Tag: truth

Thank you, but you shouldn’t have…

Do you ever thank someone for something and then immediately afterwards tell them that they shouldn’t have. Have you ever told someone you love them and then linked the statement with the word but? Here are a few examples: I love you, but…. Thank you, but you shouldn’t have… What a nice gift, […]

For Life

A tree withers, a rose blooms, a castle majestic once, now in ruins. If love is gained and life is lost, what then will be eternity’s cost? A hand stretches out, manifestation of soul, unto itself it has one goal. To savour love, to relish being, who then can perceive […]

To kill heaven

Ascending the slippery slope to salvation, preached in every corner of every nation. This illusory route for the just and the fair, causes the masses to only have confusion and despair. We get pushed by talkers that talk the talk, yet, we rarely see any of them who has walked the walk. Eagerly listening and giving away our […]

Knowledge and Essence

Lacking in essence Lusting in fear These individuals are always readily near. Consuming with criticism Manipulating with melancholy They want to drag you down through their own folly. Soothing with sinister subtleties Spiting life by spitting strife Their own arrogant illusions run rife. Let knowledge be your cheer Let reason […]

A most bitter truth is better than the sweetest lie.

I often wonder what earth will be like if humans were completely honest with each other? What would businesses, schools, hospitals and even churches be like? In The four agreements by Migel Angel Ruiz, the first one he states is “be impeccable with your word”. Amongst the many truths that […]

Living your truth – is there such a thing?

  “In your light I learn how to love. In your beauty, how to make poems. You dance inside my chest where no-one sees you, but sometimes I do, and that sight becomes this art.” This quote by Rumi, a Sufi mystic and poet, perfectly depicts the power of poignant […]