The esoteric path
What if the most personal, revolutionary act we can do is to be pleased with things and persist in joyful practice?
How full is your glass?
Whether the glass is half full or empty is irrelevant, what matters is how much is left in the bottle. Unknown I saw this on a cafe A-frame yesterday … Continue reading
Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose. Tehyi Hsieh Familiarity breeds contempt, they say. Familiarity gets a bad rap. … Continue reading
When it seems all wrong
People dread silence because it is transparent; like clear water … and when people stare too close to silence they sometimes face their own reflections, their magnified shadows in the … Continue reading
Friends and lovers
It’s bullshit to think of friendship and romance as being different. They’re not. They’re just variations of the same love. Variations of the same desire to be close. Rachel Cohn … Continue reading
Tradition is a guide and not a jailer. W. Somerset Maugham A celtic harp plays the Christ Child Lullaby. I lay all the branches, colour by colour on the floor. … Continue reading
When people are on the point of drowning, all they care for is their lives. But as soon as they get ashore, they ask, “Where is my umbrella?” Wisdom, in … Continue reading
Drops in the ocean
Internet dating has made people more disposable. Dan Slater Scene 1: Take 1: A woman in her early 30s walks along a busy, urban street. The camera focuses on the men … Continue reading
Simplicity & happiness
The most simple things can bring the most happiness Izabella Scorupco Holidays are expensive. I mean, you pay a lot to get to an exciting destination but once you’re there, … Continue reading
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