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OVERCOMING THE FEAR OF DEATH

Albert Eeinstein once said, “the fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears…”‘ but still fear of dying is constantly robbing us of the joy of living. 904 more words

Adversity

BE RIGHT IN PEACE

“Be selective in your battles, sometimes peace is better than being right”.

(Coolnsmart)

Wise Sayings

"A man who let himself decline..."

“A man who let himself decline because he could not see any future good found himself occupied with retrospective thoughts. In a different connection, we have already spoken of the tendency there was to look into the past, to help make the present, with all its horrors, less real. 185 more words

Emotions

The Hurricane Tree

Wind blasted,
Flood battered,
Sun wizened,
The small tree
Clings to earth
And to life
With its few
Stubborn
Still-buried
Roots
Straggling through
Earthy gaps… 61 more words

Art

Resilience

I would like to share a story of resilience and the human spirit.

This is a story about my childhood friend, Shelley Lane. When she was a very small, innocent child, Shelley suffered unimaginable physical harms that left her starting her life with significant challenges. 507 more words

Being Human

Mindfulness Meets Playfulness: A Gallery of Faerie Houses

As we age, the pressure to settle down and turn serious builds. Doesn’t play keep us healthy and encourage awareness?

A faerie house is a miniature structure crafted and/or placed outdoors to shelter real or imaginary creatures. 990 more words

Resilience

The results of the mystery interview are in...

I thought I’d be pleased if I got a chapter of Lucy Worsley’s book, The Art of the English Murder, read today…which I did this morning…but Fate had more in store for me than I expected. 470 more words

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