What lies within
May not be much
What lies within
May not be much
For being supportively elegant!
What we runs after in our life explains a lot about who we really are. While many we know do have their own priorities and goals, when it comes to our own selves, we should be doing what is best for us.
The world we live in loves to persuade us into materialism through different ways but once you have set up your own vision and goal clearly, there will be no diversion in achieving what you want to achieve.
Read out this lovely piece by Calm Kate about what is more important to us than what we do consider important.
Do you have to have this and that
Work to renew those devices
Wear the right clothes
Drive the right car
Have the perfect home
Has this made you perfectly
Happy content and satisfied?
If not then shed the unnecessary
Cull back to the bare essentials
Change your attitude and focus
Sort your values, set priorities
Know yourself to find freedom
This brings me genuine happiness
Contentment and real satisfaction
Without trying the alternative
And checking societal norms
You are blindly led down the
Throw away materialistic abyss
Save yourself now to live joyfully
Do you want to be happy
Content and satisfied?
Or are you prepared to waste this life
Slave to your every wilful desire
Chasing a never ending quagmire
Of elusive worldly accumulation
Distracting you from inner peace
You are very precious so please
Be happy content and satisfied
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A classic example of being good and bad at the same time!
Of all the mistakes we have made
And the pain endured by us
Green is amazingly wonderful!
Who can say no to them?
And once again, I got the chance to say Thank You!
Those who like to live
Beneath other’s umbrellas
To those who have no clue about what wonders blogging brings upon, this wonderfully amazing list of blogging benefits by Miriam Blaker certainly packs enough power to let them truly see and understand what they are actually missing.
The world is full of amazing people and I found so many of them through blogging 🙂
Roses are red, violets are blue, today’s my birthday but the gifts are for you.
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I’m 53 years old young today. Hip, hip, hooray, where have the years gone? I still feel 21. Yep, except my need for reading glasses, dodgy memory and aching bones tells me otherwise. Falling off a bike recently didn’t help either.
However, I’ve never felt more blessed and passionate about life than I do right now. I’m grateful for every single day and my heart, mind and eyes are wide open. To a degree, blogging has played a huge part in that.
“Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be.” – Robert Browning
I started back in 2015, the February before I turned 50, the year before I lost my mum and my life changed forever.
As I write this (a few days before my birthday) I reflect on…
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