The Heart


Usually colored a bright red shaped simply symmetrically symbol of adoration, as to be beloved on every 14th of Feburary. Filled with compassion, desire, and hope. We all want to come home to our hearts, to make sure we care about what truly matters. It beats in unison within every living thing the minute we enter this life. Let us remember we all have only … Continue reading The Heart

Compassion


We need more compassion! Feeling for another is not difficult; if you know what it feels like when someone has co-sufffered with you.   We need more compassion! Squeeze it out from you heart and soul; don’t worry, you won’t run out. More will be stored for you. The process is innate; fundamental, essential, in order to live life fulfilled with purpose.   We all … Continue reading Compassion

The Horror of it All


Small pieces of humanity do not fit into the divine puzzle planned by the universe and great source.   Somehow these frazzled shapes lost their essence, and their hearts capable of feeling love.   Somewhere their souls drifted and cannot connect with the idea that we are all a part of the HUMAN race.   Race defined ambiguously an assumption perhaps What makes us different? … Continue reading The Horror of it All

what happened to good?


What happened to good? I would like to know. All  you hear lately is negativity our economy: no good our hope: not there our respect: gone that’s not good. our patience:non-existent  That’s not good either. our dignity: not present not good at all! our ability to care for one another going, going gone This cannot be good. What happened to for the good of the order? What happened to … Continue reading what happened to good?

Olympic Fever


Five rings commute to the heavens announcing the great meeting of athletes Olympia! Olympia! Nations proud! flags flare and unfurl as champions chant Citius, Altius, Fortius Peaceful exhibition of strength and character Citius, Altius, Fortius Cheers and tears of glory the best of human endeavor celebrated Can we keep the momentum? – Melba Christie Related articles 13 Olympic Facts That Will Blow Your Mind (1045theteam.com) Continue reading Olympic Fever