Gheeneil

Gheeneil

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I'm nobody. Who are you?

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“If I read a book and it makes my whole body so cold no fire can warm me I know that is poetry. If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry. These are the only way I know it. Is there any other way?”
—Emily Dickinson



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Posted 6 Years Ago


Hi! I haven't done much writing, too. But so far I'm doing fine, enjoying the summer. Ingat din!

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Thank you, G, for your kind review. That piece is my present truth, and I am trying to embrace it, rather than fight it.

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Posted 6 Years Ago


Hi friend, I hope to see you back on the Cafe soon,
it would be great to read your new inspirations ^_^
Kindest Regards, Michael



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Posted 6 Years Ago



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Posted 6 Years Ago


Why thank you very much for the review... I am sometimes surprised by what comes out of my mind.

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Posted 6 Years Ago


You are welcome...

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A hugs for you :)

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Posted 7 Years Ago


"Could you-Would you?" Thank you for the lovely review :)

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Posted 7 Years Ago


hey ghee, ha ha, thanks and likewise,
hope all is well my friend :)

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Posted 7 Years Ago


hey ghee, hows it goin ? hopin well old friend.

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Posted 8 Years Ago



Keeping Hope Afloat
Sue Patton Thoele

Hope is an inside job. Although poet Alexander Pope said, "Hope springs eternal in the human breast," hope springs faster and more consistently when we consciously encourage and consistently practice keeping hope afloat in our hearts and souls. In order to keep hope alive, it's extremely important that we monitor what we allow ourselves to see, hear and feel, especially in regards to the media. Because our subconscious minds accept as real not only our personal experiences but also those we watch or imagine vividly, it's up to us to choose mindfully and wisely what we watch and read.

Because images imprint deeply, the disturbing pictures and commentary favored by the media can act as an emotional acid, etching the pain and suffering we witness into our own psyches. Such images can pull the plug on our reserves of hope. Limiting your exposure to sensationalism of all kinds is wise. Allow yourself to be as informed as you feel the need but not to be deformed by overexposure and overstimulation.

Hope is so important because it's the proverbial light at the end of any dark tunnel encountered. Hope is the ballast that keeps you moving forward and helps you to continue to believe in beauty, love, and survival, even when your personal waters are incredibly rough.