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The Woman He Loves Is In Another Man's Bed

It’s been said before.

Women do have a limited amount of patience. Sometimes that limit is pretty high and it can take years before it finally runs out, but there will come that time when it hits bottom. 504 more words


the wheel

Welcome at a new episode of our wonderful Haiku Kai  this month it is all about Tibet, a Magical Experience, we have seen already the beauty of Tibet and we have read wonderful poems written by the renown Tibetan poet and yogi Milarepa and today we are going to look a little bit closer to one of the “pillars” of Budhism, reincarnation. 84 more words



I happen to watch a Telugu family entertainer online, “Manam” – A sheer cinematic brilliance from director Vikram Kumar produced by the famous Akkineni family.  The movie explains relationships at depth with the back of an ensemble cast.   282 more words


Stories of Spirit...When Death Comes Suddenly [the unexpected death]

Last week, I was sitting at the bar of the Publik House in East Burke, having my weekly cocktail and burger.  My husband and I try to get out for ‘date night’, weekly.   895 more words

2.3 - Under the Banyan

Oh, the Aoyin sits under the old Banyan tree
Eating all the turtle-cattle he can see.
Shake, turtle-cattle, shake.
Flee from the four-horned beast.

– Hiisi Nursery Rhyme… 2,366 more words


Death and the Afterlife

Today is the first day of my year-long self-imposed druidry study. And it’s also Monday, and I’ve dubbed it “Metaphysical Monday!” Metaphysical Monday! is a series of “essays” I’ll be writing on certain topics, figuring out where I stand on the topic, and discussing it in general. 893 more words


Haiku: Reincarnation

dancing butterfly
the caterpillar’s slow grace
in every flutter

Written for Carpe Diem #1209 reincarnation the Tibetan Vision