Posting it on Thursday

via Random Thoughts on a Wednesday — Mary E. Nolte

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All this Time

I cannot sleep. I was a little girl when the Cuban Missile Crisis scared the wits out of us. I was in second grade, and I still remember kneeling in the hallway of Overbook School as Sister Mary Martin led us in the rosary. I remember my knees grinding into the floor as I recited […]

via Have We Learned Anything? — Coffee Shop Rabbi

Forgiveness

Originally posted on Reimagine Therapy: This was one of my first blog posts. I wanted to share it with you again. I would love to hear your opinion on forgiveness… We all get hurt one way or the other. Such is life. It is the way we react that counts, or so I’ve heard. The…

via A not so simple opinion on forgiveness. — Cristian Mihai

Need some Inspiration

This is a call to all the climbers out there. To the people not done chasing those towering peaks shrouded in stardust called, Dreams. Keep climbing. To the fighters pushing to outlast the challenges of a difficult world, To the lovers opening their hearts to an uncertain world, To the visionaries with eyes for future […]

via The Climb — Sans Everything

What about the poem?

Illustration by Poet Rummager I’ve hung the missing posters – stapled them to light poles. Only the wind answers back in haughty undertones. Fool, it huffs, as it slaps my face, Humanity is a runaway. No use looking. No one cares. In this desolate terrain, you’ll be soul searching in vain. United States ranks 50 […]

via Soul Searching — Poet Rummager

Railing

Who is the ghost that walks the train? The apparition tugs on our shirt sleeves But all rides are displaced We are logged into otherness, Password protected Our faces dug deep into ourselves Reflections fed to us Wires from out our ears Wi-Fi, stuck in our gut Download speeds of the central nervous system. Our […]

via Railing — Elan Mudrow

Thursday Motivation- My Grandma

 

A good cook is like a sorceress who dispenses happiness.” — Elsa Schiaparelli I don’t know if my grandmother, Vahini, liked to cook. I asked my mother’s mother many things over the years but it never struck me to ask her that. I had always associated her, one of my first heroes, with good food…

via The Indian grandmother: an endless source of recipes and life lessons — Quartz

 

My granny is a 80 year old woman.She hadn’t attempted any school or college.but she is the best cook,Physician,Singer and a brilliant craft artist i have ever known.

When i read the above blog i could feel my Granny, a very strict and disciplined woman who has been the backbone of our Family since i wasn’t born.