Lets try to expand to include, rather then contract to exclude. Hug if and when necessary (and maybe even when its not)). xx http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_f83T7EorOk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMo-sajEY8w http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsDS2MhMN9c
This is a story of the power of mind, mindfulness, and all the things we already know but don’t remember. It was only the other day that I spent the morning with a lovely man (70) who thought he was having a heart attack. Earlier in the week he had called to ask if we … Continue reading No Time For Thought
I’ve been thinking about what does ‘spirituality’ mean now? This is relevant to today’s news as we hear about more kids running away to defend an idea (Islam in this case, but it could just as easily be something else). As I have another teacher training that I am running and the next weekend is … Continue reading What does ‘spirituality’ mean now?
poem of thanks
Just a little something that I think we may forget at times. “Our job is to love others without stopping to inquire whether or not they are worthy. That is not our business and, in fact, it is nobody's business. What we are asked to do is to love, and this love itself will render … Continue reading We have some work to do people!
nice bit of escape….enjoy!
Every Scylding in Heorot liked mead a lot,
But Grendel the beast, roaring outside did not.
Grendel hated Scyldings, the whole Danish clan.
Can I say why? I don’t think I can.
He spied on the Scyldings, he fumed and he wailed.
He watched as in Heorot they drank mead and drank ale.
“How can I hurt them, the king and his thanes?”
Alone in his barrow, it drove him insane.
Then he got an idea! An awful idea!
Grendel got a horrible, awful idea!
That fiendish old monster was up to no good.
He decided to kill them and gorge on their blood.
Outside the mead-hall, Cain-spawn raged and he roared,
And with his great strength he broke down the door.
The Scyldings lined up, their swords in a row.
“You warriors,” cried Grendel, “are the first ones to go.”
He slaughtered the Danes, ripped many apart.
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