Tags » Magnanimity

context and potential

“no sabe el rio que se llama rio…”

The river, says Pablo Neruda, doesn’t know it’s called “a river.”

Considering Neruda’s river as a metaphor for the potential of a single human life, I’ve found two messages in his poem that tug against each other; both feel true. 310 more words


A shout out to my neighbours. Day 3 - Blogging 101

My dear blogging neighbor,

To say that it is my pleasure to connect with a good number of you – the old hands and the newcomers might sound a bit blasé, but the truth still remains what it is; I am very pleased for having discovered such a well spring of dynamic and intriguing personalities in blogland. 164 more words

Creative Writing

Words of Wisdom 2

Childlike,I danced in a dream;
Blessings emblazoned that day;
Everything glowed with a gleam;
Yet we were looking away.
_Thomas Hardy

…so to love wisdom as to live according to its dictates, a life of simplicity, independence, magnanimity, and trust. 16 more words


The Recipe For Harmony

It could be a small issue

the way  you take it matters

never go in for a reissue

as it would lead to  a shatter… 54 more words


To Live Truly by Faith

To live truly by faith, every believing soul should aspire to contemplation. In this aspiration humility and magnanimity… ought to be united.
Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange OP (1877–1964)


where it all comes together

This is one of the best conversations on the creative process I’ve listened in on in a long while… filmmaking, parenting, pro sports — all so good and inspiring.



The Love in His Eyes When He Looks At You

Dearest most darling,

It is 5:50 AM, and I cannot sleep. I was awoken  by my allergies and then kept awake by my thoughts of you. 389 more words