i watch the ripples change their size but never leave the stream of warm impermanence
have the courage to be disliked I love this notion – because, in my opinion, it simply means that the less value that you place on other peopoles’ opinions – of you, your actions, and/or your words – then the more freedom you will have to make (life) decisions based on your needs, desires…
“experience is the teacher of all things”
As we all grow up, we go through many life experiences that influence our character traits and personalities. For me, it really isn’t either nurture or nature that moulds us, but definitely both of them to varying degrees. The last few years I have been active in regards to raising awareness of climate change, the…
Where have I been the last couple of months? Well, I am not going to kid myself and say that there has been anyone who reads this blog who has actually thought that, but I’d like to stroke my own ego for a moment… I have actually been all over the place, and really didn’t…
“Two there are who are never satisfied — the lover of the world and the lover of knowledge.” ― Rumi I can definitely relate to this particular Rumi quote – being a solivagant, and third generation child with a lust for adventure… Rumi’s meditations and quotes also remind me of Buddha and his teachings. Respect.
“The greatest revolution in our generation is the discovery that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.” ~William James, 1842-1910
Thoughts on a postcard: revamped blog – what do you think? So… having woken up at ridiculous o’clock again this morning, I decided that it was about time that I sat down and actually chose a decent theme to my blog – especially as it’s The Sound of One Hand Clapping’s one year anniversary; yay!
“Self-respect is the cornerstone of all virtue.” John Herschel – English mathematician, inventor & scientist
A word I just discovered… I feel it sums me up. Indeed.