Final Thought: Know The Sphere

“He who knows others is wise; he who knows himself is enlightened.” ― Lao Tzu The life of a seed is one that begs to be noticed. We often overlook this, as we see just a simple existence, basic, unadorned and not given to much contemplation. But the seed is the beginning of transformation. Within […]

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Hard Roots

“You can be yourself without pursuing yourself. Have you ever seen a dog chase his own tail? He just runs in circles.” ― Criss Jami, Killosophy A lot can be learned from sitting under a tree. If we’re mindful and aware, we will first notice the shade it offers us on a warm day, cooling […]

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“Selfies”

“I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen, dead from a bough, without ever having felt sorry for itself.” ~ D.H. Lawrence Much can be said about the sphere of human nature. Moreover, one can contrast and compare what we view in the wild to how human beings […]

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The Ideal

Social structures vary in infinite dimensions. As humans strive to dwell within and maintain societies, many feel as though they are set apart, or should remove themselves from an overriding social dominance of order and ideals. These are individuals who have trouble with social norms, customs and mores. Over time they become defiant of society […]

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Regrettable ?

On old Cherokee proverb states “Do not let yesterday use up too much of today.” This simple bit of wisdom can go a long way when understood properly. Particularly when traveling the sphere of regret. Regret comes to us in many forms; from simple wishes on decisions we should have made, to hindsight on important […]

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