How To Change A World That’s Always Changing

I agree with your idea of true change, I wish this was how my employer considered change. At our roots we are social beings, helping eachother – not the individualistic approach to life… Continue reading

The Swan

The swan on the lake Looked up with heart ache The other birds flew And regardless of his wings The water was all he knew Could he fly? Was the air safe? What… Continue reading

Sense of Self

Where does our sense of self come from? Is it from the clothes we wear? The music we like? The things we hate? Or how many likes we get on Facebook? Relating to… Continue reading

Time For Tea

The kettle boils Signalling the end Of recent toils Time for tea! A dear one calls And from all around they descend Just one cup of tea Is the source of such glee!… Continue reading

Your Philosophy

Spread the roots of your philosophy and learning deep. Become steadfast, self-trusting and strong. Spread the branches of your life wide to feed the roots of others. David James Horn ©

The Beauty of Mindfulness – by Milan Bakrania

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
When was the last time you gave your brain a rest? Can you remember a time when you were not regretting the past or worrying about the future,…

Coordinates

Peace and love Love and gratitude Accept no other latitude The angry and the bitter They’re just a shitter With them it’s ok to be a quiter Now what about that longitude Send… Continue reading

Douglas Adams – Substance and Style

Douglas Adams is a literary hero of mine. He presents very real realities and observations in delightfully sureal and relevant ways. Metaphors, similes and imagery paint stories that tickle and stimulate the mind… Continue reading

The Two Hoody Blues

Wearing two hoodies That winters crept in And my heatings packed up I call that a lose I got the two hoody blues See my breath in the kitchen Frozen in the toilet… Continue reading

Rumi – Be True To Yourself

I speak and he commands, ‘be silent!’ I am silent and he shouts, ‘speak!’ I am excited and he commands, ‘calm down!’ I am composed and he shouts, ‘You are not mad enough!’… Continue reading