In America, tribalism is alive and well. There are four kinds-class, ideology, region, and race. First, class. Pretty easy. Rich folk and poor folk. Second, ideology. Liberals and conservatives. They don’t merely disagree on political issues, each side believes the other is evil.
Life is like a camera… Focus on what’s important capture the good times and develop from the negative.
Beware how you take away hope from another human being
A traditional house smelled of wood smoke, the earth, and of thatch; all good smells, the smell of life itself.
My mouth could say goodbye, but not with my heart
I was told I must change my rigid attitude.
and it would surely change my mood…
I was told I appeared to always be down…
Never a smile…always a frown…
So I lifted myself out of my wheelchair..
and made up my mind to mend my ” err ”
But then the inevitable happened you see…
I fell flat on my face…however
I now actually now do look up…at everything around me…
* ps..stupid horoscope !!!!
Well, they say a good cry does you a lot of good.
Air – the element of clarity of thought, of inspiration, insight, and fresh starts. He smiled a little, and as the scene began to fade, he let it go easily. Because he knew that with Air, there would always be something new to come, to challenge and inspire him.
The future vibrated with uncertainty. I had failed. I had ignorance. I had hope.
It starts by forgetting about perfect. We don’t have time for perfect. In any event, perfection is unachievable: It’s a myth and a trap and a hamster wheel that will run you to death. The writer Rebecca Solnit puts it well: “So many of us believe in perfection, which ruins everything else, because the perfect is not only the enemy of the good; it’s also the enemy of the realistic, the possible, and the fun… The most evil trick about perfectionism, though, is that it disguises itself as a virtue.