Rumi was a 13th Century Poet. Yet, his wise words still live on [resonate] today.
He wanted to reconnect us to the wisdom that lives within us.
If you don’t know of him, personally, I believe you’re missing out! Continue reading The Long & The Short of it!
Originally posted on Salted Caramel:
Rory, at a A Guy Called Bloke and K 9 Doodlepips has asked this Insightful Question Do You Actually … like everything you write about? If I am to tell the truth, then the answer is ‘Not Really” I love to write, and when I begin, I sometimes really hold… Continue reading Do You Actually … like everything you write about?
What does it mean to ‘Come Home to Yourself?’
It’s a powerful path, one of relief and gratitude.
One thing I know for sure, we need to get there. The sooner, the better! Continue reading Truth Moment Monday!
True Hearts Don’t Skip a Beat. Nope!
Not If We Want To Keep Love Alive!!! Continue reading True Heart!
Aesop, the famous Greek philosopher and sage (620 B.C. – 560 B.C.) is most well known for his many fables.
He also wrote many ‘morals’ as instructions and guides to live by.
The one I especially like and have tried to live by is called: “The Dog and his Reflection.” Continue reading Truth Moment Monday!
Originally posted on Scandinavian Simple Eating:
Soup is something I do quite often. This vegetarian soup is easy and quick to prepare. You can vary the base in you soup, in this soup I have use butternut squash which is high in fiber and full of vitamins A and C. To make this weekday soup… Continue reading Butternut squash soup with coconut milk and orange
I get inspired at the strangest times, and I love it because I then go on to whip out another sparky blog post.
This one has it’s quirks. Still it’s saying something important; at least that’s what my inner voice is vibin’ me.
Enjoy! Continue reading Moving Right Along!