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Cree wisdom

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Offered me a free trial today
when I'm down and blue
with a hellish headache. 

THANK U, Mystic!

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Mantra

"Hello Gorgeous!"


Thanks Roger -
lifetime penpal
forever friend. 

Found my daily mantra. 

The year of the fire rooster

In Chinese astrology

 the year of the fire rooster 
has just begun. 

William Blake

William Blake. 

Sagittarius. 

(November 28th 1757 -
August 12th 1827)

Below some of Blake's
illustrations & paintings. 


Nothing under controll

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Less drama. 

More karma. 
#Actuallyshecan

Miracles

The road

Vibrational attitude

So which vibrational attitude do you have?

Old soul

Positive life

Ho'opono'pono

Four Steps of Ho'opono'pono

Responsibility & Acceptance: Only you are responsible for how you feel, what you're thinking, judging, projecting or experiencing in the world. By taking responsibility for your experience, you are owning it and therefore taking back your power to transform it! Accepting what is, moves you forward to the next step.

Forgiveness & Reconciliation: When you choose to forgive and reconcile what you've perceived to be wrong, we remove the illusion of separation and come into the heart of compassion. Forgiveness is a journey from the wound to the words thank you. To truly forgive is to set ourselves free from that which we've been resenting or holding onto. When we project our blame, guilt or anger onto something or someone, the thing we hurt most is our Self.

Gratitude: Gratitude for the challenge is the result of having truly forgiven. Sometimes it can be a journey to get here. Ultimately it starts with a choice and the choice is to find the blessings and gift in this current challenge, person or situation.

Love: Love is the result of having moved through this process fully and completely. When you can look at your challenge and feel unconditional love for it, you know you have completely healed and let go.
(Text by Brad Morris).

Appreciation

"Expect nothing. Appreciate everything."
A Buddha quote.

Duckling with a limp

The orphaned duckling born July 4rth has a deformed left leg with its "foot" in a 45 degree angle inwards. It trips a lot and can't run.
I pray it won't matter in water.

It's so cute but each step is a fight for equilibrium/balance. Poor thing.

My main concern is to motivate it to eat. As it it is so still due to its leg it feels depressed.

I still have a hard time mingling with H after the death of the smallest one (born April 29th) and the cutting of the tree. Each day this week something adds up on the bad list.
H folded the steel duck cage outside yesterday evening as he claimed it disturbed the grass...
H destroyed my beige Peak Performance shirt with some product.
Tuesday H was rude and nonchalant when we watched Sergent Garcia (a kind of local Manu Chao) perform on our anniversary not talking to me and walking ten steps ahead of me all the way from the Boathouse to Place de Crète. (This week is "Les Fondus du Macadam" in town.) I returned home on my own after three songs. Surprisingly H had reached home before me?!
In the mornings H can't say Good morning nor Good night... Just a hello and not a word around 10pm when he is turning his back towards me to sleep. No manners. Just this Bam-Bam fashion as a characture of a spoilt three year old who doesn't get his way fast enough.
At 58 H has became a sulking grumpy old fart.

Too bad his birthday June 14th (Yes, the same as Donald Trump's...) is passé...

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Rumi


"It's your road, and yours alone.
Others may walk it with you,
but no one can walk it for you."
-Rumi

Thanks Nour 
for sending me some wisdom

Positive people


Good things happen
in yourlife 
when you surround yourself 
with positive people. 
-Roy T. Bennett.

Muhammad Ali - The Greatest - RIP


Muhammad Ali

(Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr)

Born January 17th 1942-

June 3rd 2016.

Boxing legend, civil rights activist, and cultural icon, Muhammad Ali, died last night at age 74 in Phoenix, Arizona. 

In the early 1960s  as a young heavyweight champion he converted to Islam and refused to serve in the Vietnam War. He became an emblem of strength, eloquence, conscience and courage. 

Quotes:

 “Impossible is just a big word 

thrown around by small men 

who find it easier to live in the world 

they’ve been given 

than to explore the power 

they have to change it. 

Impossible is not a fact. 

It’s an opinion. 

Impossible is not a declaration. 

It’s a dare. 

Impossible is potential. 

Impossible is temporary. 

Impossible is nothing.”


"Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. His hands can't hit what his eyes can't see. Now you see me, now you don't."


 "Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth."




“If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it—then I can achieve it." 

(Jesse Jackson said this as early as 1983.)


“It isn’t the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out; it’s the pebble in your shoe.”


 “If you even dream of beating me 

you'd better wake up and apologize.”


“Braggin' is when a person says something and can’t do it. I do what I say.”


"Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even."


 “He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.”


 "A man who views the world the same at 50 as he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life.”


 "A man who has no imagination

has no wings."


"Hating people because of their color is wrong. And it doesn't matter which color does the hating. It's just plain wrong."


“Live everyday as if it were your last because someday you're going to be right."









Read


Read!
It's what I'm trying to do
to cope. 



Reasons to stay alive - Matt Haig. 
How to be happy (or at least less sad)
- Lee Crutchley. 
The humans - Matt Haig. 


How to be alive - Colin Beavan
Resilience
&
Talking of Love
- Boris Cyrulnik
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