Thanks to Deepak and Oprah’s new 21 day meditation I have been asking myself this question. It was posed on Day 1 of the meditations and I have re-listened to it more than once. I don’t pretend to be an awesome meditator. My mind goes off on tangents all the time however I bring it back on each occasion and enjoy the stillness. Continue reading
I was going through some of my old photos this morning and I found this photo of a blue cattle dog asleep in the back of it’s owner’s ute. I’ve always loved these dogs and they make great subjects to photograph as well. Stumbling across this photo, I realised just how great the quote would go with it. Continue reading
Or for those in the U.S. … off the gas!
Yesterday I was driving home from work. (I could probably walk. It would take me half an hour or so but in the afternoons, walking is the last thing I feel like). Anyway, as I was driving up one of the streets on my way home, I realised I was doing over the speed limit as I was in a hurry to get home. Continue reading
This morning I woke up feeling awesome. It is a gift and not something that I recall happening too much in the past few weeks. I went about my usual routine and spent some time watching the birds. There were quite a few about this morning despite the fog. They warbled, darted and squabbled in the still morning air. The forecast for today is that it is going to be quite hot (and it’s only the beginning of spring) but the morning air was cool as it caressed my face. I thanked God for the blessing. Of course I couldn’t stand there forever as there were things to be done prior to going to work so I tore myself away and padded off to the kitchen. Continue reading
Meet my cat “Smudge”. Smudge is a British Blue shorthair. She also believes that she is descended from the English royal family. If not the royal family, definitely the aristocracy. Smudge goes about everything she does in her own time and hands out affection on her own terms. If we do the wrong thing by her (in her eyes) then she will meow piteously and tear around the house in a hair-brained fashion until she believes we have been punished enough. She lets us know when she is hungry by pulling magnets off the refrigerator and leaving them on the floor. Continue reading