Day 21 of National Poetry Month.
DAY 16 of National Poetry Month A haiku about a boy who has my heart.
Posted in childhood, children, familial bonds, grandchildren, gratitude, haiku, joy, life, light, love
Tagged blessings, childhood, children, grandchildren, gratitude, haiku, life, light, love
Poem #10 for National Poetry Month.
Show up. Every damn day. Regardless of how many clouds get in your way or attempt to shadow your shine. Ignore the thundering nay sayers who storm in noisily and proclaim their shock and awe light show to be superior. … Continue reading
This Little Light of Mine The book has been in good company for quite a while now, residing in my “books to read” basket with waaaayyy more than a few others. My kindred bibliophiles won’t even raise an eyebrow at … Continue reading
Posted in Kabbalah, kindness, light, spirituality
Tagged Buddha, Chasers of the Light, darkness, Ghandi, Jesus, Jewish mysticism, Kabbalah, kindness, light, Madonna, Montessori, Mother Teresa, red string, spirituality, teaching, Technology for the Soul, The 72 Names of God, Tyler Knott Gregson, Yehuda Berg
Yesterday morning as I walked, I thought about the upcoming writing course that I signed up for which starts in 10 days and I was fretting about whether or not I was going to have anything of worth to say … Continue reading
Ranting me: “How in the world is it possible not to know that, to not see that information or give it ?! It’s included right there! How/Why does that happen?” Trying to de-escalate my rant Hubs: “Well honey, they’re obviously so hyper-focused on the … Continue reading
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Tagged aperture, autonomic mechanisms, consciousness, judgemental, life, light, non judgemental, photography, pupils, shutterspeed