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The Art of Letting Go and Moving Forward

There’s no doubt about it. The road to inner peace can be a challenging one, often littered with the things we thought we needed to hold on to which have fallen by the wayside; along with our doubts, fears, what ifs and maybes. Sometimes on our journey we can lose our footing, or get lost […]

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Old Spirit Speaks

The following poem was published in ‘Second Book of Jottings’ – An anthology by Bob Jones:   Under the shade of  walnut  life seems still For a fleeting moment ‘Maybe’ seems to have a magical permanency A delicious thought, tantalising sweet and near Caught in the bough of a tree.   When in communion with […]

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Life is an Echo

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  This morning I awoke early just before dawn. I knew it was going to be another hot day with temperatures hovering around  35°C, so I decided to do a bit of weeding and water my veggie garden before it got too uncomfortable. I love this part of the day in the summer months, admittedly […]

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The March of the Seasons

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Love, love my season ~ Sylvia Plath We all go through our own personal seasons; it’s a necessary part of living. We all have our winters and thankfully our springs. After the long and sometimes dark, bleak winter months have killed off anything which no longer serve a purpose in our lives and destroyed anything […]

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Learning How To Swim

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It is strange isn’t it, how at the end of the day, if we are fortunate enough we always go back to the things we like to do; the stuff which inspires us, those activities or subjects in which we have a passion. I say ‘back to’ because sometimes in life we can lose our way, we […]

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To Lead a King

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Horses are herd animals and live in a hierarchy. This structure is not too dissimilar to the human one. For years us humans have tugged, pulled and yanked at horses in a vain attempt to get them to bend to our will. We even use the term to ‘break a horse’. However, more enlightened equestrians […]