I don’t know how old I was when I first heard I live in a very small house, but my windows look out on a very big world. But as one of my dad’s favourite quotes, I’ve known it as… Read More ›
Experiment with prose poetry. About Hell.
People wonder where is hell and what is hell and others answer, hell is here. It’s here on earth, and it’s pain. People are in pain and it’s hell. People are in hell. And people are out of hell. Some… Read More ›
Here’s some advice that’s helped me get through life: 1) Life isn’t fair and, 2) You won’t like everyone and not everyone will like you. I doubt I could share this advice with people engaged in and enraged by contemporary… Read More ›
Self-help books are written by people offering guidance and advice to others, so in which sense are self-help books SELF help?
Sometimes we’re so pre-occupied by nurturing grudges with our enemies, we fail to notice opportunities for friendships.
For many, getting through the day is like being a mole on asphalt.
Count to 10
The following is a little bit of recycled advice from one of my early posts. Why the advice? To encourage you to 1) Protect your health and well-being (physical/mental/emotional/social); 2) Protect your reputation; 3) Protect your intellectual integrity. ADOPT THE… Read More ›
‘Mom-advice’. You take a little cringe with the good.
Some parental advice is worth keeping, some not. Here’s a not. Mom used to tell me, You can’t get married until you can put your hands in hot water. By this warning she figured she could get me to wash… Read More ›