Wisdom can be gleaned from everybody, so long as you possess a willing heart to learn and grow. Everybody has grown up differently and had different experiences. These have taught us values to uphold that may not make logical sense to someone without such experiences, but they remain true nonetheless, and still valid. We are … Continue reading Wisdom From The Mouth of Another.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines the adjective "superfluous" unnecessary, especially through being more than enough I dislike the negative connotations with the word. I've seen it used to describe lazy people that have no useful purpose. I don't use the word superfluous in that manner. Instead, I use it to describe something that is … Continue reading How much would you pay for you?
Warning: This post has nothing to do with that movie! I love watching people. I also love to watch them bloom. But "bloom" is such a feminine word, and men grow in to their element too! So here's something hopefully more in their language: No man needs to be fixed or changed by a woman. … Continue reading A League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
When I don't understand I get to choose to love you -Breathe You In, Bryan & Katie Torwalt Love isn't just that warm squishy snuggly wuggly feeling inside. It's also a choice. Sometimes a self-sacrificing choice. But what a beautiful choice: to choose to love, even when you don't understand, even when it's not looking … Continue reading Choosing Love
Love is... all you could ever want or need or dream or think. It is the state of every question ever asked satisfyingly answered. It is complete. It is peace. It is the fulfilment of all you've ever wanted to know but couldn't put in to words. Love is a state of being fully known, … Continue reading Love is…
Just to say: it is no war, and there is not one group that is better than the other or more of an advantage to society. Often, people can be both, and use both their left and right side of the brain. I love this picture. I love that it portrays the strengths of each … Continue reading Brain’s Effect on Personality