Is Language Inadequate to Describe the Wonders of the World?

He was less concerned with verbs, adjectives, and expletives. Except for “yes” and “no”–which, by the way, he used for the first time quite late–he used only nouns, and essentially only nouns for concrete objects, plants, animals, human beings–and only then if the objects, plants, animals, or human beings would subdue him with a sudden … More Is Language Inadequate to Describe the Wonders of the World?

[Part Three] Anger & Love – A Story: Not Accepting The Gift Of Anger From Others

Once upon a time, on a beautiful sunny morning, a simple but enlightened being was passing through a village in an ancient India. Suddenly, a discourteous young man approached and began insulting him. “You have no right to teach others,” he shouted. “You are as stupid as everyone else. You are nothing but a fake.” … More [Part Three] Anger & Love – A Story: Not Accepting The Gift Of Anger From Others

The Transient Nature of Life

“The cherry blossom holds much symbolism within Japan. According to the Buddhist tradition, the breathtaking but brief beauty of the blossoms symbolizes the transient nature of life.” “The traditional Japanese values of purity and simplicity are thought to be reflected in the form and color of the blossoms.” (Osamu, 1983)

REMEMBER WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT… – Daily Affirmation

It’s not having everything go right; it’s facing whatever goes wrong. It’s not being without fear; it’s having the determination to go on in spite of it. It’s not where you stand, but the direction you’re going in. It’s more than never having bad moments; it’s knowing you are always bigger than the moment. It’s … More REMEMBER WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT… – Daily Affirmation

What Is Imagination?

“The man who has no imagination has no wings.” – Muhammad Ali Imagination decides everything. Imagination is a powerful force in human beings. It can override our reason but it can also lead to either truths or falsehoods. We may see beauty, justice, or happiness where it does not really exist because of imagination. Imagination … More What Is Imagination?