Posts tagged life
Late Night Thoughts #9

I often wonder what the world might look like if we all lived from our heart.
What would be different if we spoke with words of compassion, touched with full presence, walked with the idea of unity?
How could we help one another if we truly saw the best in each other rather than pointing out the worst?

And what if when others did act and live from their darkness we held them accountable to those actions in love and justice?

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Late Night Thoughts #7

This world is so full of hustle and bustle....... of noise...... of distraction.
Have you noticed?
The technology and the ravaging of space and the constant speed at which we live.... it's so draining. It seems we never stop! Most of us walk out the door of our homes on Monday morning already looking forward to Friday which leads to a half lived life through the rest of the week.
Then we often fill our weekends with so much 'living' that we forget to actually live!
Trips and parties and friends and spending and go, go, go....... we actually forget to truly live!

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Late Night Thoughts #6

I’ve often thought there was a great treason at play.

A mythical teaching or belief we have all bought in to.

You know, the kind of stories we're told as children then later come to the discovery that those stories were just that..... stories?

I’ve often thought this great treason was a treason of some sort of honesty, or lack thereof.

I wasn’t altogether wrong. I also wasn’t totally right either. After all, there is another treason at hand.

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Short Story - The Heart

Have you ever wondered what it truly means to live? To arrive at the end of this life only to look back on your existence and....smile? Worry? Regret? Utter the only two words you can bring about at that moment, ‘What if?’ Maybe you’re the reader who is approaching this chapter of life. The chapter some have called the end. Maybe you’re the reader who is just beginning your journey. Filled with passion and exuberance and eyes of determination. Maybe you’re the reader who is worn down, broken, weary.

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