Monthly Archives: October 2015

Equilibrium

It’s a lovely word; equilibrium. It flows like a river, or a breath of fresh air. It feels like it sounds:  balance, symmetry, steady, even. But in a world that sometimes seems so out of balance; when we are in … Continue reading

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Nothing

There is nothing going on, except that we make it so. There is no purpose except that which we give to things. I have always thought that goals, and visions and a path to the future were really important, and … Continue reading

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Gold

We wear gold on our fingers, around necks and pierced into various other body parts. It’s shiny and bright and yellow and reminds us of the sun. Not surprising since it comes from various cosmic processes blasting elements into space … Continue reading

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Here

I love reading Joel Osteen, I have all his books, and if I wake up in the middle of the night feeling anxious, I read a few of his pages and instantly feel better. This morning I was re-reading Starting … Continue reading

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Grandson

I’m eating breakfast with my 12-year old grandson when he says, “My life started dark. Nothing went through my mind; it was like in one ear and out the other.” I nod and he carries on, “Did anything happen, yeah, … Continue reading

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Pets

I’ve had many pets throughout my 66 years on planet earth. I was about seven years old when I had my first pet rabbit and 55 when I had my last bulldog. I love having pets, but since we travel … Continue reading

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Disabilities

Last night I watched a documentary on Stephen Hawking, CH CBE FRS FRSA. Stephen is an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author of “A Brief History of Time” and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University … Continue reading

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