When someone tells you you’ve done a great job, ask them for a reference. It’s a great habit that will serve you well.
We reap what we sow … we get what we ask for. Be sure that you are in the center of your own vision. If you are, you will more than likely succeed.
The people of Kangiqsujuaq in Canada risk death gather mussels … under huge blocks of ice. From Human Planet: Arctic – BBC One
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Striving for balance and a deeper connection with my spirit, my silent witness.
We’ve posted thing by Rick Mercer before. Things that make us laugh. This, on the other hand, is no laughing matter. Rick starts by saying that “every year in this country, 300 kids take their own lives” and he ends with “300 kids is 300 too many“. What he says in between is what we […]
Janet Vanderhoof feels there is no end to the creative ways the iPad can be used and is sure that it will be a springboard for many ideas. Here, she shows an iPad Brushes playback of a self portrait called ‘Red’.
An introspection about life and the universe.
I came across this poem recently in StumbleUpon. Written by Mary Elizabeth Frye in 1932, this poem really moved me and I wanted to share it with you.
Do you remember? Can you remember? You were the only one I knew who could truly listen.