I am whole; I am me.

I look at the past with wonder,

and I see beauty and abundance.

There has been stress, strain and hardship

but all that had deep meaning and realisation.

Realisation that I’m worthy, realisation that I matter, realisation that I am alive

that I was born with reason and to create change; to touch lives.

I am happy with the way things are. I might not have the best job or the best body,

but I’m happy with my body. I’m happy with what I’m doing.

I might be unmarried without kids, but that doesn’t make me miserable,

which mind you, most married people seem to be these days – with the marriage problems, abuses and divorce rising up like nothing else!

I love the people who are in my life at the moment and I love being who I am.

Finding myself and being whole, that is the key to happiness.

Not being someone else, not trying to please to get approval of a partner, that is the key to happiness.

I am whole; I am me.

Are you whole? Look within, you will find it.

Just like I have. I am whole; I am me.

 

 

 

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The Road Less Taken

I’ve left the baggage

I’ve left the clouds

I see a new door open

It’s the door I want to take

But it’s not a road most taken

It’s a road for the few

But this road is my life

This is my passion, I’ve made my decision

This road less taken is the road I will travel

Road less taken

I’ve left the baggage

I’ve left the clouds

I see a new door open

It’s the door I want to take

But it’s not a road most taken

It’s a road for the few

But this road is my life

This is my passion, I’ve made my decision

This road less taken is the road I will travel

 

Bird Watching

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Every morning these pack of birds, and I’m sure it’s the same pack of birds, fly over my house. It can be a soothing experience to watch them fly.  They are mostly pigeons but at times there are huge vultures and eagles flying on their own.

They use/harbor the buildings and trees as their nesting grounds. As you can observe there are many birds sitting on top of the apartment packed together.

I always wondered why birds fly together in flocks? Research suggests its because of safety and protection. They flock together to prevent harm and for support.

If only humans were that collaborative.