This is my apology. I apologize to you for asserting my perspective ineffectively or without an invitation on your page, phone or with your person. Why do I do this, now? In 2009 I wrote here: ” We all run our own individual race on the track of Life, along with many other contenders for … More Keeping the Blinders On…
. Circling oneself, Seeking fulfillment on ones own terms. Circling, circling, circling; seeking; . Wait. . Turn to me and you will see differently; says He! He,who is the beginning and the end. The creator speaks to those who circle supreme truth. . Circling but not accepting? He is truth! He is the center, Not … More Circling two
Being disillusioned? . Being dis-illusioned is good! Who wants to live in an illusion; A lie fabricated by ones mind, Or someone else’s opinion, Or ones fears? . A life in illusion is not life, Illusion is a lie fabricated in our minds, Founded on fantasy. . Who determines what is real for you? Your … More Being Disillusioned ?
Empty. . Empty is what we lack, The place to be filled with wonder. . Empty is what we are missing. . For we fill the empty ourselves, We fill our empty with lesser lovers, While true love waits outside. . Outside ourselves waits what we lack. . We lack room to be filled … More Empty
An Architecture for life #3 I have been enjoying the words and thoughts of Jordan Peterson ” the most influential intellectual in Western Civilization now”. He has an architecture for life and explains it in his book “12 Rules for Life”. It is sub-titled “an antidote to Chaos”. Architecture as a discipline of design … More An Architecture for life #3
We build a theology about who God is and what is True with our choices and decisions. We create our own philosophy about what is real and how things really work as well.
Choose carefully for in your choices you define your life! You are building a house in which you experience reality or illusion. Your house is your safety or your prison; these choices are the building blocks. … More An Architecture for life #2
Socrates at the trial for his life said; “An un-examined life is not worth living“. He chose the hemlock rather than accept banishment from the life and society he knew. His trial was due to the fact he believed in hearing the voice of a God within. He called it “the divine mind”. He questioned the Pagan gods; … More An Architecture for Life #1
. Circling oneself, Looking for the center Circling. Circling; never-ending quest, never finding rest. Circling oneself is facing emptiness. Seek fulfillment; . Become eccentric. . .
Centering, Centering ones heart. In centering ones life, Alignments are necessary. Aliments with grace, truth and beauty are necessary, Necessary for fulfillment and satisfaction. Necessary for a satisfied heart, and a contented mind. How to center ones heart, that is the question. How do you keep on center? What is at the center of … More Centering one.
We are all building monuments, . We build monuments to our successes, monuments to our pain. We build monuments to our offenses and monuments to our gain. . We build them with stones or stories, rocks from along our way, Our thoughts polish and cut them, our words place them, Putting them where they … More Monument Building