Truth. This was not the original title to my blog and part of this blog has been deleted because it just wasn’t right. Writers block, editing, starting over from the beginning. UGH!
The words of the Teacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem:
says the Teacher.
Everything is meaningless.” Continue reading “Meaningless”
In a roller-coaster flight, the winding tracks go up, the ride gains momentum, pushing toward the top only to decline in the valley of the ride. Doesn’t sound like much fun, does it? Just as we climb every mountain before us to gain momentum, we also fall deep into the valley prey to disappointment. Sometimes in these moments, we lose friends, opportunities, sometimes even family. At what cost shall it be to climb the mountain or turn on the winding track into the path of our purpose? Continue reading “Flowers In Flight”
Composure. Calm. Presence of mind.
Refreshed vision is the end of suffering and the beginning of healing…where there is faith, there is life. Continue reading “Equanimity”
Ever consider going away somewhere just so you can hide from the mundane of daily duties and dealings? Absolutely, I have, we all have. Our thoughts instantly go to a place far away such as the beach, the peaceful serenity of the mountains, or a destination of hibernating so no one can find us, no drama, and no responsibility. Just you and Calgon! Continue reading “Hiding Place”
Staring at A Dead-End Road?
Having that moment when you begin something exciting and fulfilling, pumped up ready to go, eager to see where and how it’s all going to play out. YES! Halfway there, still pumped, however, it’s fading. Things are not progressing the way you initially thought they might. Still positive, still pushing forward, never to give up on what you were so excited and look forward to doing. Yes, I got this! It’s going to happen!! Continue reading “At a Dead-End Road?”
“A picture is worth a thousand words”
Which words are they speaking, how do we know what’s the truth, and what isn’t?
Society has set such a standard of what we are supposed to live up to that it’s almost, no, not almost, IT IS impossible to live up to. Continue reading “Interpretation of the Perception”