Want vs Don’t Want

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Do you tend to focus on what you want? Or does your focus shift to what you don’t want?

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About pebbles and mountains

As we’re back in quasi-lockdown here in godforsaken Ontario (schools closed, activities canceled, indoor dining gone, Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit delayed ), I thought perhaps we could focus on some positive quotes some smart people are hurling into the socials these days. Because not everyone out there is bitching about covid, right?

So here is one that stood apart for me:

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Love doesn’t cost anything

Is it the time of year? The cooler months, the early darkness, the solitude and introspection that happens during the winter months in the northern hemisphere?

Life’s been busy-not-busy. I don’t know how else to describe it. There has been a lot of brewing in the background about upcoming events which will impact the economic bottom line, a major preoccupation on many people’s minds including mine. Conveniently, someone posted something about not going into dept just to prove your love this Christmas – typical of the so-called holiday shopping season frenzy, and a timely reminder.

I won’t participate. I simply won’t.

I do not have to buy something to show someone love.

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Two years this month

Let your heart be your compass, your mind your map, your soul your guide and you will never get lost. Ritu Ghatourey Why is it that we don’t worry about a compass until we’re lost in a wilderness of our own making? Craig D Lounsbrough You don’t throw a compass overboard because the ocean is calm. Matshona Dhliwayo Only when I fall do I get up again. Vincent Van Gogh It feels like a lifetime has passed, and in some way, it has. I am no longer the person I was two years ago. If not now, when? Tomorrow never … Continue reading Two years this month

Wish you were here

Do you know this song by Pink Floyd?

They played this song at highschool dances in my day. Although I didn’t really listen to Pink Floyd much during my adolescence, some of their songs were played often on the radio. This one was hard to miss… And, they still play it today, decades later. A true testament of brilliant genius to the band. 🎶

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