When did the world get stuck in the pages of some dystopian novel? I looked at the picture of my daughter during the school break. She sat in a little square, painted onto the paved playground. One point five meters from her the next child, in his little square. All around her, miniature robots, with … Continue reading Let my spit fall where wants! Finding a silver lining in this Covid-19 storm
“So far, so good,” my text editor tells me. I’m staring at a blank screen. Without words, there are no errors for the text editor to find.
A year ago, in the space where once was our main farm-home, a heap of rubble poked me in the eye.
When I first came there after the fire, before the walls had fallen, I could almost imagine my mother-in-law stepping out of the front door. Greeting us, as she had always done. I can still feel her soft embrace, I can still see the silent sparkle in her eye at our arrival.
When you stepped into the burnt down house, the walls crumbled at a mere touch. So, we hit the whole thing down, and then slowly started removing the rubble.
We needed a space to put down our head, so we concentrated on converting the outside storeroom into a livable flat…
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The universe, too large for us to imagine, it spins in a never-ending revolution around itself. If you are standing still, it seems it is spinning around you. Spinning, a dizzy web of confusion. On the other hand ... God is love. God is light. God is spirit. God is the truth. God is good. … Continue reading The universe does not equal God. Why you can’t figure out who you are
One of these days, I'm going to write a post on how to Joomla for wordpress.com users. Seriously. Building websites is not a walk in the park, the way I thought. That being said, I guess there's a website out there I've not shared with the readers of this blog. It has been a long … Continue reading It’s the end of 2018 (or what’s a better title for this post?)
When bad things happen to good people, it leaves us dumbstruck. What do you say to someone, whose entire world changed in a cruel blink of an eye?
There’s just something about enjoying the fresh outdoors, while you type a blog post. If we were having coffee, you’d smell the moisture of the sprinklers in the distance which are spraying the Lucerne field. You may be somewhat amused at the fact that I can hardly finish a sentence because I have to run … Continue reading #WeekendCoffeeShare with a dash of color for breakfast
"The Israelites grieved for Moses in the plains of Moab thirty days until the time of weeping and mourning was over.” The Bible, Deuteronomy 34:8 Upon the loss of a loved one, one should mourn for 30 days. Only. It’s a biblical ideal which comes from the old testament where the Israelites mourned the death … Continue reading 30 Days to grieve
I’m a terrible writer. Ever so often I growl in envy, that some people simply have the skill to build words in such a manner that they create the most vivid scenes in a mere fraction of the composition. And ever so effortlessly, these people seem to do this in the first draft, with perhaps … Continue reading The broke writers toolbox of 8 ABSOLUTELY FREE APP’s for 2018
https://youtu.be/ifCWN5pJGIE Mary, may have had an inkling. But, did she truly know? Did she really know when she kissed her little baby, two something thousand years later people would be dedicating an entire holiday to his birth? Mary, may have had a feeling. After all, she was visited by Gabriel an Angel, before she became … Continue reading Mary, did you know?
Perfection. It’s been somewhat of my theme for the year. This ideal of perfection, holds us back in our creative endeavours, our relationships, our goals, and our self-compassion. Perfection, very often is a shackle of fear. So as I look over my blog and social media for the year, here are some quotes I came … Continue reading 6 Perfect quotes on perfection