Monthly Archives: November 2014

That Old Lens

Nothing is seen, nothing is glimpsed, Not one line, not one dot, no thing is ever seen but through a lens. – Each one makes their lens to measure, it’s shaped each day and changed to suit, tinted by their … Continue reading

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You Are Not Worthless – God Loves You, You Should To

Good things happen to good people, I must be bad. I heard that in a youtube video the other day where a kid reads a letter he’s written to his parents about the effect their divorce is having on him. … Continue reading

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Momentum, The Best And The Worst Thing

The feeling we get when we finally get some traction on something we’ve been trying to do, when an idea starts to turn into a reality, when an interview turns into a job, when hard work turns into a promotion, … Continue reading

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Choosing To Connect

Why do we actually bother talking to each other? Because we’re bored, because we don’t have the answers for everything, because we wan’t someone to like us or care about us or even love us. These and many more answers … Continue reading

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