Archive | December 2013

sixty-one+sixty-two: new

alas it is new years eve. to an amazing year, definitely one of growth for me – spiritually and mentally it has been a blessing. goodbye to another amazing year, the years keep getting better for me – looking forward to 2014. will be on holiday from the 1st to 3rd so i may not be able to post thoughts will do so when i am home. happy new years followers!

sixty: find

“Always remember when you come from a place of love you never have to find it.”

fifty-nine: small

Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion. – Rumi

fifty-eight: dread

sometimes you may be dreading something in the future but what you must realise is you must live in the present and deal with it in order for the dread to disappear.

fifty-seven: christmas

Happy and healthy Christmas to all my blog readers ❤ Have a wonderful Christmas full of love and joy spent with loved ones – cherish your memories, stay safe 🙂

fifty-two-fifty-five: family

treasure your time with your family for you will never know when it will be gone. these last few days all my thoughts have been consumed and enriched by family.

fifty-one: r.i.p

R.I.P to my amazing, beautiful father who has nurtured me from a young age with such kindness, love and support enabling me to make fully informed decisions and blossom into the person that I am today. 19.12.13. 4.20 AM I love you.

They say when a person loves another person very deeply, that means he had given part of his life energy to that person and when a person dies, immediately that part that had been given to another person moves to the dead man. That’s why when a loved one dies you get the feeling that something has left you also; something in you has died also. – Osho

fifty: not

“Sometimes you climb out of bed in the morning and you think, “I’m not going to make it”. But you laugh inside, remembering all the times you’ve felt that way.”
— Charles Bukowski

forty-nine: freefall

We’re in a freefall into future. We don’t know where we’re going. Things are changing so fast, and always when you’re going through a long tunnel, anxiety comes along. And all you have to do to transform your hell into a paradise is to turn your fall into a voluntary act. It’s a very interesting shift of perspective and that’s all it is… joyful participation in the sorrows and everything changes. – Joseph Campbell, Sukhavati