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Off On the Right Foot

This has popped up on my Pinterest feed a lot recently. I think I may have pinned it about four times, calmly ignoring the ‘ 209 more words


A hundred sextillion stars ... and veils on a single speck of dust







A Somalian woman was recently shot dead by an ‘Islamic’ extremist for refusing to wear a veil.

Allah created the universe we are told, a universe that is unimaginably large, a universe that contains more stars than there are grains of sand on every beach on planet Earth. 178 more words


The Universe is Unfolding as It Should

Those who know me well will tell you I’m practical to the extreme. I don’t get overly emotional about things. I don’t get attached to stuff, don’t fuss over small things, and generally reject things that put me or stress me out if I don’t view them as strictly necessary. 610 more words


Chaos, the duality of the universe, and Shiva

After Thursday’s meditation led me towards that sense of harmony and fabric, or more or less the music that makes me think of the side of my that likes a mystical sense of structure (which is provided by mystical symbols, geometric patterns, cities, certain architecture, and cubey shapes, also the occasional electronic music), I started wonder where Chaos would fit in all this, given my classical association with it, and I see it as a natural concern considering my desire never to forget my background if you know what I mean. 384 more words


The answer is surely hidden in everyday lives.

A couple of days ago, a problem occurred between a business partner and our company. I was thinking about a solution in my business car. I was indulged in my thought remembering the details in the past with the client. 739 more words


Parking Lot Hearts

Sometimes, it takes a certain resolve to commit yourself to being happy, and in the end it works out for the best when we focus on the good stuff. 195 more words

Finding Hearts

10 Unbelievably Amazing Coincidences

What is Synchronicity?

Synchronicity is the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear to be significantly related but have no discernable casual connection.

Carl Jung coined the word ‘synchronicity’ to describe what he called “temporally coincident occurrences of acausal events.” Jung variously described synchronicity an “acausal connecting (togetherness) principle”, “meaningful coincidence”, and “acausal parallelism.” 1,694 more words