Perspective

The Dandelion Held My Smile

The Dandelion Held My Smile

I have lost my smile but do not worry the dandelion has it. ~Thich Nhat Hanh There have been seasons when I lost my smile, when my heart permanently frowned, agony draining joy, leaching life from my soul. Those were bleak periods. Was the dandelion hold my smile? Advertisements

Spring In The City

Spring In The City

“Change is hard at first. Messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.” ~Robin Sharma One year complete at my new job. Never imagined I would be so happy at my job based on the last two years there were the Siemens fiasco. I went from purgatory to heaven and was paid six months […]

I Was Born Of Two Fathers And One Of Them Was Female

I Was Born Of Two Fathers And One Of Them Was Female

The war is over for me now, but it will always be there, the rest of my days. As I’m sure Elias will be, fighting with Barnes for what Rhah calls “possession of my soul.” There are times since, I’ve felt like a child, born of those two fathers. ~Chris Taylor, Platoon I was born of two fathers. […]

We See The Reality We Need To See

We See The Reality We Need To See

“The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.” ~Robertson Davies Two people with the sun at their backs standing shoulder to shoulder on a busy street, observe a man walking toward them. The man is olive skinned, bearded, wearing a turban speaking to himself in a language neither understands. One observer sees […]

Angst

Angst

Life! What a cruel bastard ye can be! Bitch! Did ye conspire with the fates to take my old friend? Or with the devil to plant seeds of destruction in his suffering soul? Questions that can be answered neither by Scientists nor Philosophers. Neither by clergy nor the layman. For none can see into another’s […]

Right or Effective?

Right or Effective?

The purpose of thinking is to be effective, not right. ~Edward De Bono People seem to be more concerned with being right, with winning than they are with learning, especially when the learning may challenge their world view. Thus Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, polytheists and monotheists become entrenched in a view of reality […]

Faces of God

Faces of God

One God, many faces. One family, many races. One truth, many paths. One heart, many complexions. One light, many reflections. One world, many imperfections. ONE. We are all one, But many. ~Suzy Kassem When I look at the cosmos, the earth, my fingerprint, the smile of a child, I sense the divine. These daily miracles […]

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