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Heaven or Hell? It's in your thought.

Heaven and hell—

both are in the mind

Hence every thought

We must choose well.

A pleasant thought

infuses bliss

A bitter one

sets it to naught. 45 more words

English Poems


Adversity is affliction or misfortune or calamity. Adversity is a state or condition characterised by untoward, harassing circumstances, severe trial or affliction. lt is opposed to prosperity.

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Books Of Wisdom


tender pink
the wild bloom
benevolence of simplicity


Thoughtful Thursday: Benevolence 

In someone’s darkest hour your simple act of kindness may imitate the sunrise, and to sad eyes you become their only source of light.– Richelle E. 7 more words


Economists and Over-Reliance on Prudence

I’m currently reading Bourgeois Equality, Deirde McCloskey’s final installment in a trilogy. I have a lot of thoughts that will be for another day, but for now a quick observation… 598 more words


(Poetry) Benevolence

I complicate juxtaposed benevolence,

Repugnant as a creature, a bewildered illusion.

My stiffness is like exorbitant shivers,

A curse of all the unsurpassed antsy.

I planted a hum deep inside our brain, 99 more words


Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2056

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words.

For example,

wacatkiya (wah-chah-dkee-yah) = benevolence