Tuning Up

When the mind is filled with ruckus from opposing points of view give voices time for tuning up into harmonic unity   Let timpani and horns parley with violins and flutes tuning up til they create a symphony of peace   Photo courtesy of Pixabay First published February 25, 2018  

If You Were God…

An email message titled “If you were God what universe would you create?” arrived in my inbox today The question made me smile I am a god and I do create my universe Everyone is a god in my opinion creating a unique universe How could it be otherwise? Each have unique backgrounds Each have … More If You Were God…

Perspective

They drove by the old Woodland Gardens and Nursery most of it torn down now. “Look,” she said. “They left just the door. A door to nowhere,” she mused. “They did leave just the door,” He replied. “Now it’s a door to everywhere.”    Day Twelve Photo from my personal collection taken in Troy, MI … More Perspective

Tuning Up

When the mind is filled with ruckus from opposing points of view give voices time for tuning up into harmonic unity   Let timpani and horns parley with violins and flutes tuning up til they create a symphony of peace   Photo courtesy of Pixabay Congregate

Theory of Evolving

The epitome of foresight is belief in one’s ability to be malleable. By reorienting to divergent viewpoints you countervail forces that entrap you to patterns of your past   Photo of man in Guatemala courtesy of Pixabay. Theory

Enough

To fill the pool of desire to a level of enough, notice blessings from the shore, then dive into the quiet depths, place a pebble of new perspective where you can notice how empty spaces equally are blessings as the pool begins to swell with maximum enough.   Image by Pixabay

Poem by Committee

Should I write a “she” poem today? Or would viewing the world as impartial observer make the poem too aloof? What if I write an “I” poem instead? Would my narrow approach be too narcissistic to relate to anyone else? What if  I write from a  “you” point of view? Would you read me as … More Poem by Committee