Tag Archives: Philosophical

How to Remove Bad Energy From Society

Just Pondering Part 811

CigarPenUnfortunately, we all know of people who are always telling us how to live our life and their life is all messed up. Hmm. Is that Satan trying his very best to correct sin?

If a person is not living an exemplary lifestyle, they might as well remain silent instead of telling people how to live their lives.

Maybe, the next time that they say to you, “Do this,” or, “Do that,” you can ignore them.

Your life belongs to you; therefore, it is up to you to follow your inner guidance and not be influenced by people who cannot get their own act together.

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People Who Surprise Me Late At Night

John Harrison's famous chronometer

John Harrison’s famous chronometer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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When Bloggers Become Scarce

Photo credit: LoKan Sardari via photopin cc

Photo credit: LoKan Sardari via photopin cc

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How to Speak So That People Want to Listen

For The Anniversary Of My Death By William Stanley Merwin

William Stanley Merwin

Every year without knowing it I have passed the day
When the last fires will wave to me
And the silence will set out
Tireless traveller
Like the beam of a lightless star.

Then I will no longer
Find myself in life as in a strange garment
Surprised at the earth
And the love of one woman
And the shamelessness of men
As today writing after three days of rain
Hearing the wren sing and the falling cease
And bowing not knowing to what.

A Calendar of Sonnets: October By Helen Hunt Jackson

Helen Hunt Jackson

The month of carnival of all the year,
When Nature lets the wild earth go its way,
And spend whole seasons on a single day.
The spring-time holds her white and purple dear;
October, lavish, flaunts them far and near;
The summer charily her reds doth lay
Like jewels on her costliest array;
October, scornful, burns them on a bier.
The winter hoards his pearls of frost in sign
Of kingdom: whiter pearls than winter knew,
Oar empress wore, in Egypt’s ancient line,
October, feasting ‘neath her dome of blue,
Drinks at a single draught, slow filtered through
Sunshiny air, as in a tingling wine!