In T.S. Eliot's phrase from his Four Quartets, I was 'distracted from distraction by distraction'.
(Reasons to Stay Alive, 2015)
The heart is where it is at. Here are some interesting facts about the heart:
1. The heart beats about 100,000 times a day.
2. A vegetarian diet as profaned in the book of Daniel will give you a healthier heart.
3. Exercise is all it needs, and that is free.Read More
Perceived anxiety is a part of our collective conscious, and so is placid adversity. Through this placid adversity, we find a relaxation in placid, and an upheaval in adversity. Can there be such a thing as relaxed upheaval? This we call 'create'.Read More
The way we behave is driven by how we think and feel; what we believe, what our values are.Read More
To leave a trace, to argue back, to cry younger than before, to leave suddenly, without saying 'goodbye', to scarper, to escape ourselves, to join things up, to amalgamate, to leave innocent, to calm nerves, and persona. To make haste, yet always late, to show a lack of commitment, to allow showmanship and not compete, to elevate, to step-up one's game, to take from others, and not show haste in returns. The game of power control, psychologically, and demanding so. To inflate. To recreate with others without moving a muscle. Within those power struggles, literally to possess oneself, when feeling possessed by others.Read More
Now I am left with a broken collar, if I were a dog, without a good home to go to and the biggest endeavour of finding a home I can afford. My leg seems to take the strain with a constant jitter that if it does not go away I will be blaming someone for my downfall for the rest of my life.Read More
YOU MUST FIND A FRIEND CHOOSE FOUR POSITIONS YOU LIKE ON THE CIRCLE; WHETHER TO A REFERENCE TO THE LETTER OR NOT, AND DESSCRIBE YOURSELF WITH THE FOUR YOU HAVE CHOSEN . . . it's a mystery?Read More
The community was the foundation of Taizé: now a form of prayer, but what sort of construction does it require one to practice? The repetition of love and “the essential that makes the common life possible”. That essential is born of salvation and a dignity and respect for all creeds, colours and races. It begins with light and ends with the Monastic and Germanic origins of its course since the first Monastery started by Scots in 620 in Bavaria. Of course Christianity came to Britain and the Celts by the 1st and 2nd Century's. This allowed the Celts to commune under one name, one God, one vibe: to find sanctity.Read More