Fleeting Thoughts (Take V)

A grateful heart is one that when the tears sting their eyes and sears their skin as it slowly drips down onto their pillow in the stillness of the night, they smile at the realisation of their humanness, rather than lament at the cause of their tears. Tears is a statement of strength that proclaims …

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Saturation Point

There is a price to be paid for believing in people before they give you reason to believe in them. That price extracts a toll that demands your contribution during the days when they see little reason to believe in themselves. It often results from years of betrayal or failed expectations, until eventually the way …

Where to From Here?

Where do you go when you're done with the world, but the world is not done with you? The blessing of having a lot of life in your years is that you have a lot of life in your years. While others are playing it safe, treating life like the marathon that it is, I'm …

The Edge of Being Broken

Life has a way of beating you down while lifting you up. It's often a morbid combination of how we perceive the value we wish to add to the lives of others, versus how they perceive that value themselves. As much as we may strive to separate the two, it is impossible to do so. …

Mindfully Distracted

Meditation or prayer is what gives us retrospective pause to realise where on that treadmill of life we find ourselves. Mindfulness is what reduces our need for such deliberate reflection. And sometimes, without realising it, we become distracted in our efforts to be mindful, while allowing moments of excitement, joy, or exasperation to escape us because we are too busy observing the individual components that make up that wholesome experience.