Interestingly most people think that success and a full life are directly due to hard work and, in some instances, education or persistence. However, I’ve been following research that proves that these assumptions are incorrect. Luck has much more to do with success than anything else. Surprised? Nigel Warburton has written a thorough article explaining …
The truth about life by Kerri Grote
“If you’re reading this, this fu$king brain cancer probably got me.But let me be crystal clear while I’m able: I did not ”lose a battle” against cancer. This is a ridiculous, steamy pile of horse shit that society has dumped on cancer patients. Western medicine, and Western culture, especially, is so uncomfortable talking about …
Sometimes all it takes
“Sometimes all it takes is a moment. The briefest smile, a whispered word, a heartbeat, the tingle of a touch, to change everything, anything, or maybe just whatever thing you’ve always wanted. Amanda Ricks Hope you’re having a good day.
Here comes the sun
Lexi, one of my Torti cats, enjoying the sun on my office floor.
Someone for you
“Remember, someone you haven’t even met yet is wondering what it’d be like to know someone like you.”
It’s time for you
“The shows over, everyone has gone home. Time to do whatever your soul needs, alone, for yourself.” – Amanda Ricks
Are you there?
Are you there I whispered? Silence echoed back at me, and I sighed in my aloneness. Then, contrarily, I grasped the warm hand softly stroking my imagination. – Amanda Ricks
A glimpse of spring
Spring is here and I’m enjoying all of the lovely spring related photographs and posts that everyone is sharing. I especially appreciate all of the buds and flowers that are popping up in people’s gardens. Unfortunately though we don’t have a garden per say so when I saw this pretty little purple flower emerge I …
Rainy day Monday
It’s a rainy spring day today in Toronto so this macro shot of spring cherry blossoms seem particularly appropriate. I hope you’re having a good day.
The power to make a decision (Quote)
The one lesson my dad tried to instill in ME was the power to make a decision. He didn’t care if it was right or wrong. Make the decision, work with it then decide next step from there. It’s not for everyone, but that is what he passed on to me.” – Steve Proctor via …