How do we handle catastrophes? They come upon us in a flash, like a smack across the face. Do we hold a sideways glance at the ones, that don’t involve us…?
That’s when the genuine depth of our empathy and sympathy for life, and our interaction, or, lack, thereof, can’t hide from who we really are.
In the Wake of Tsunami
Mother Natures’ had enough of what she’s seen and heard,
She’ll solve the chaos of the world…
without…a single word.
Many moons ago, I began this blog. Started recording some of my years of writing, and continued publishing, archiving, saving drafts of my work.
Although I waffle between red and white now, the blog title is out there, and still evokes the warmth and brevity I felt, when I copied my first poem from paper to post. I hope it resonates with you.
In this cyberspace world, we have learned we are only limited by the depth and width of our thinking, and our lack of knowledge. We can virtually, be anywhere, just by closing our eyes.
Funny, it’s always been like that. It’s just so vast now…
We attempt to cram so much information into our minds in a day,
perhaps we have lost trust in our own vision, forgotten how to give surprise and wonder a place in our reality…
Don't ever change yourself to impress someone, cause they should be impressed that you don't change to please others -- When you are going through something hard and wonder where God is, always remember that the teacher is always quiet during a test --- Unknown