Tag: Life

Books

Book Review: How to Practice The Way to a Meaningful Life

This book is a good read on the way to a meaningful life. It has daily exercises to achieve and maintain a meaningful life. According to the Dalai Lama this is accomplished through morality, concentrated meditation, and finally wisdom. Of course, since this book goes through the path of the Buddhist it may feel strange, […]

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Imagine…

Imagine a world with Peace and Harmony. The words in John Lennon’s song Imagine have a profound meaning if you just listen. I saw the following on another website and just had to share it. Let’s all be a dreamer and strive for Peace throughout the world. Peace, love, and happiness to us all!

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My Writing

The Calling

Hello everyone. I have been away for a while to catch up on some other projects: writing, yard work, and of course a major project at work. I am posting another one of my poems from a long time ago. I hope you enjoy. Driving alone A long deserted road. Staring at the lights A […]

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Change the World

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=923jxZY2NPI?feature=player_embedded&w=640&h=360] There are billions of us on this tiny blue dot in this universe we live. Each and every one of us is so small and insignificant compared to the overall picture of this earth and in the whole universe. In society, no matter what your religion, race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or color, […]

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My Writing

ALONE

This poem goes way back, back to my high school days. Those days were very trying times for me. Looking back I felt so lost and alone then. All alone in a world among billions. No one to turn to. No one to talk to. No one to be with. No one to share life. […]

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My Writing

Soulmate

Here is another one my writings from way back when. I have not posted in a couple of weeks I have been busy writing some stuff for my novel and other short stories. I hope you enjoy this one. Peace, love, and happiness be with you all! Across the fields of green A wondrous scene. […]

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