Monthly Archives: June 2007

Dreams wrapped in ribbons

The truth: that love is the ultimate and the highest goal to which man can aspire. Then I grasped the meaning of the greatest secret that human poetry and human thought and belief have to impart: The salvation of man … Continue reading

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The Wabi-sabi people

I just read the description of what the Japanese words wabi sabi means, and it sounds like a description of what I call beauty in the world… Wabi-sabi (侘寂) represents a comprehensive Japanese world view or aesthetic centered on the … Continue reading

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Dare to be bold with colors people!

Inspiration photo by iHanna. I was sitting at a small market recently, when a family came to my table and looked at the items I have for sale. I had to comment on their beautiful perambulator top because the colours … Continue reading

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A motherless child

I’ve been single for three months my ex tells me. My heart is still so sad, but I’ve decided keep on with my life a wee bit better than I’ve done these past months. Today I’m traveling home to my … Continue reading

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trying to figure it out

Important in life. I’m trying to figure out what is important in my life. What is the most important parts of your life? What makes your world go round? What makes your heart sing? Lots of circles on the left … Continue reading

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Notes from a journalist student

These are some pages showing some of my notetaking in school from the past year. Please follow and like: Related PostsGet Started Ideas for Creative Play – using the Phone Self Love Sunday Flower border gone awry

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Two years coming to an end

Today is the last day of school. Time for singing the traditional summer song; Den blomstertid nu kommer in church, getting my diploma, crying, saying goodbye to teachers and classmates and the beautiful surroundings of our school. I’ve been in … Continue reading

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