How many trees to be counted? How many trees to survive? How many trees just won’t make it? How many will still be alive? How many will be felled and forgotten, more (this I know) than a few. I’ve worried, oh yes, how I’ve worried – and don’t know what to do. I thought … Continue reading How Many Trees …
* The Canvas of my Dreams not limited it seems. Being free to wander freer still to squander, fantasies fulsome Gleans. * Thanks for stopping by, have a wonderful weekend, With affection, ~ Penny
We get so wrapped up in life we forget it is as simple as we wish it to be. There will be both sadness and happiness, good things and bad things happening in our lives. But we decide how each will ultimately affect us. As the New Year approaches, think of yourself as a vessel … Continue reading To Think Well and Prosper in your Life!
So much to accomplish and so little time … especially when worries are there on your mind. Or so it seems, during the holiday festivities for so many families. I give you my breathing exercise that can do wonders when directions are precisely followed (Works the year round, too!): My best to everyone this week. … Continue reading Breathing Exercise during Holiday Season!
This week the challenge on Haibun Thinking is to use either a literary quote or a photograph as your writing prompt. For more information about how you can also be a part of this Haibun Writing Challlenge, just click here on Haibun Thinking. The Photograph: My entry: Continuity, such an interesting word. The meaning I … Continue reading Haibun Thinking: Continuity – but not for all!
… and replaced it with one half empty! Glass Half Empty I’m simply not sure how it happened It was there for all who could see, But now it has changed things all rearranged My glass is half empty to me. ~ I’ve always seen things from the plus side A most agreeable place … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Hey, who took my glass half full …
It’s because they have forgotten author Robert Fulghum’s wise words regarding what many of us learned as kids. “These are the things I learned (in Kindergarten): 1. Share everything. 2. Play fair. 3. Don’t hit people. 4. Put things back where you found them. 5. CLEAN UP YOUR OWN MESS. 6. Don’t take things that … Continue reading Why there are rude, nasty people out there today!
“Tempus Fugit” Ah yes it seems time does fly, zooming nano-seconds amid micro-moments; often without pause. And yet even so … there are … occasionally ‘in betweens’ in these passages. ‘In betweens’ one can become caught up within. Liking onto a vortex of existence. Threads of creative thought becoming victims surrendering up selves, lost in … Continue reading “Tempus Fugit” – Haibun Thinking
Hello and welcome. Do you ever think about the nature of passion? Your Passions! The passion and desire to be all that you can be. In the past I’ve written several posts and poems about passion. Passion is tightly interwoven with all of our senses. So intimately are they connected that you can’t discuss the one without at least … Continue reading The Passions of the your mind! All you can be!
It’s all about us, so it seems, our problems, our worries, our dreams! But what about others? What about them? And how can we help them achieve? I’m only one person, you say, no one will do things my way. but that just isn’t so and just so you know, the difference you make … … Continue reading Who will you motivate today?