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Death's Transitory Gift

The third aspect of the tragic triad concerns death.  But it concerns life as well, for at any time each of the moments of which life consists is dying, and that moment will never recur.  

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O captain, my captain
O where have you gone
The life you’ve forsaken
Has seen it’s last dawn

The laughs you created
Ways to hide away your pain… 63 more words


David James Horn reblogged this on ¡Word(I)nfusion! and commented:

A beautiful ode to Robin Williams

‘Stop doing what you want so you can start doing what you like’

Swami mentioned by Paramahansa Yogananda in Autobiography of a Yogi

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How To Change A World That's Always Changing

It’s a common phrase we hear people say: “I want to change the world!”

And, it’s a great idea. We observe our world with many problems; suffering on a grand scale and so naturally, something arises within us that wants to change this picture. 431 more words


David James Horn reblogged this on ¡Word(I)nfusion! and commented:

I agree with your idea of true change, I wish this was how my employer considered change. At our roots we are social beings, helping eachother - not the individualistic approach to life I see to often and no doubt sometimes do to.

The Beauty of Mindfulness - by Milan Bakrania

When was the last time you gave your brain a rest?

Can you remember a time when you were not regretting the past or worrying about the future, when you were still and unburdened? 1,114 more words


David James Horn reblogged this on ¡Word(I)nfusion! and commented:

Mindfulness is such a powerful and wonderful practice! It helped me to recover from depression. An amazing and ancient practice!

Douglas Adams - Substance and Style

Douglas Adams is a literary hero of mine. He presents very real realities and observations in delightfully sureal and relevant ways.

Metaphors, similes and imagery paint stories that tickle and stimulate the mind and just give it something to chew on. 53 more words

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I speak and he commands, ‘be silent!’
I am silent and he shouts, ‘speak!’
I am excited and he commands, ‘calm down!’
I am composed and he shouts,

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