Daily Post-Heal

Testing times will touch our lives

what’s more, expectation might light the way

where now and then in the shadows

lurkes the brilliance of day

Life is a ride of minutes

Now and then you got the opportunity to hold tight

Keep in mind in your hardships

everything will be okay

I simply left my breaking point

Crisp feelings I now feel

It just requires a little investment

A little time to heal





Six Word Saturday

Travel with Intent

Many thanks to Cate at Show My Face for creating this fun Six Word challenge and for running it for 421 weeks!

She is now taking a deserved break and I have very happily taken on the hosting role.

LondonDSC0132020170407-1-2 All Souls Church,  Portland Place,  London,  April 2017


Do please come and join us on a Saturday: simply share a post containing just 6 words. Now, many of us openly break that rule and share far more words (all excellent of course!) so the key rule is to have a title of six words – and then create around that the post that you desire!

To join the challenge, put a link in your post consisting of the URL of this post.  Then come back here and leave a comment.  If you have any problems with placing the link, just put your own URL into the comment.  And feel free to socialise digitally –…

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Saturday Mix – April 8, 2017

Mindlovemisery's Menagerie

Hello all!

The internet and I have been having not been getting along over the past couple of weeks and I keep losing my connection, of course one of the problems may be simply a communication problem … my OS is still Windows XP and it seems no one supports my OS anymore.  Sigh.

But speaking of communication, I recently saw a fantastic science-fiction film based on a 2002 short story written by Ted Chiang (The Story of Your Life) entitled “Arrival”.  As a polyglot, I’m fascinated with the idea that language can create a new structure in one’s mind to accommodate how we use different languages.  A banal example; in English, speaking of age,  we say we are 25 years old but in Italian we have 25 years.  Often you must to change the way you think in order to make any sense of the different language you’re…

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