I don’t know about you, but time is, to me is both the greatest asset and biggest problem we all have. So often there never seems to be enough to do everything life demands of us. On other occasions, time seems to slow as we drift along, no ambition or aim, to fritter away the [...]
Tag Archive 'solitude'
On Good Friday I did something I haven’t done for a very long time. I spent the entire day in solitude. I didn’t answer my mobile, no radio, no TV. Not a single word to a soul. Was I lonely? No. I recently read a book by Deepak Chopra regarding meditation. Please don’t rush to [...]
I was having dinner with a lady friend in a restaurant on the North Shore in Sydney some time ago. She is of German descent and, naturally, we were in a German restaurant. She is a life long friend and we know each other as well as brothers and sisters do. I noticed this young [...]
It’s funny how the most disparate incidents can trigger emotion. Some years ago the Salvation Army had a TV ad running that depicted an old man in a torn singlet looking into a dirty, cracked mirror. He was looking at himself as a young man, wasting his life on alcohol and drugs. It touched me [...]