History — Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything

Bulldozers come in making way for new construction Restrictions are in place to move around the space Instructions they leave for residents new denizens to keep Destruction will be after few years of construction Construction Restrictions Instructions Destruction Repeat and repeat Humankind Play games Until the day of Resurrection via History — Perspectives on Life, the…

Perfection vs SHOWING UP! — Decoding Happyness

A few days back I was having a very interesting conversation with my boss on a book I gifted him for Christmas, and he said that one thing which resonated with him immensely, was the “SHOW UP” attitude. Coming to think of it, I can not agree more. via Perfection vs SHOWING UP! — Decoding Happyness

Sue Lyon, Who Played Lolita in Kubrick Film at 14, Dies at Age 73 — TIME

(NEW YORK) — Sue Lyon, who at age 14 played the title character in director Stanley Kubrick’s 1962 film “Lolita,” has died. Lyon’s longtime friend Phil Syracopoulos told The New York Times she had been in declining health for some time, and died Thursday in Los Angeles. No further details on her death were provided.… via…

Naming Creeks — Elan Mudrow

The creek isn’t cruel by not knowing my name. Even though, I have known its name all my life. On walks, I still follow its voice, soothed by its flow. I won’t ask it to know me. I’m okay with being an eternal stranger to it. The creek doesn’t need my name For me […] via…

Monday Song — Share Your Light

What about a cool song to start the last Monday of this year. It also makes a good song to begin the year too! Have a great day whenever you wake up! via Monday Song — Share Your Light

The Landscape of Myth… — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

* When broken down into its constituent parts, the story reveals itself to be, perhaps, very much a ‘young man’s’ myth. * There are, though, tantalising hints and clues to something much deeper and ultimately more satisfying. * It is almost as though at some point in its transmission the culture responsible for its delivery […]…

The Seasons of Your Grief — Memory Bears by Bonnie

Seconds become minutes; minutes become hours; hours become days; days become months and months become years; so goes the passing of time. New grief is like the seconds…ever so slowly turning into the pain of the minutes and hours that you remember with your loved one. Eventually, the hours of painful loneliness turn into days […]…

Tangoing On In The Rain — MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO

“I strongly believe that we must tie our sanity around something (or someone). May it be your dog, a future event, past regrets, or current obligations. We must keep ourselves anchored so we don’t easily drift away into nothingness.” Empty nest loneliness the importance of purpose faith human contact and the feeling of emptiness were […]…