From the Books… : The Bullet Journal Method

It was a cross between a planner, diary, notebook, to-do list, and sketchbook. It provided me with a practical yet forgiving tool to organize my impatient mind. In the most connected time in history, we’re quickly losing touch with ourselves. Overwhelmed by a never-ending flood of information, we’re left feeling overstimulated yet restless, overworked yet…

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From the Books… : The Forty Rules of Love

“God is busy with the completion of your work, both outwardly and inwardly. He is fully occupied with you. Every human being is a work in progress that is slowly but inexorably moving toward perfection. We are each an unfinished work of art both waiting and striving to be completed. God deals with each of…

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From the Books… : Sapiens

“History is something that very few people have been doing while everyone else was ploughing fields and carrying water buckets.” “Biology enables, Culture forbids.” “We did not domesticate wheat. It domesticated us.” “Large numbers of strangers can cooperate successfully by believing in common myths. Any large-scale human cooperation – whether a modern state, a medieval…

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આમંત્રણ – The Invitation

તમે જીવવા માટે શું કરો છો એ જાણવામાં મને રસ નથી મારે જાણવું છે કે તમારા હૃદયમાં ઊંડી કોઈ આરત છે કે કેમ? અને એ ફળીભૂત થવાનું સ્વપ્ન જોવાની હામ છે કે નહિ. તમારી ઉંમરમાં પણ મને રસ નથી. પ્રેમ, સ્વપ્ન અને જીવંત રહેવાના સાહસ ખાતર ગાંડા દેખાવાનું જોખમ તો ખેડી શકો છો ને? મારે…

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My Two Daughters – Victor Hugo

My Two Daughters In the cool dusk, enchanting evening drawing on, One like the dove, the other like the swan, Lovely, and joyful both of them, and, ah, so sweet, Big sister and little sister make their seat, Look, at the threshold of the garden; over them, A spray of white carnations, long, fragile of…

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હાઈકુ – જળ પર હસ્તાક્ષર: ઓશો

જળમાં ચન્દ્ર; ભાંગતો ફરી ફરી, હજી પણ ત્યાંનો ત્યાં જ. – ચોશ્યુ * * * * * * લગભગ માનવામાં ન આવે એવી રીતે ઝેન કવિઓએ વાત કહી છે. કોઈ પણ ભાષા આટલી ઊંચાઈએ નથી પહોંચી શકી. ચોશ્યુ કહે છેઃ જળમાં ચન્દ્ર ભાંગતો ફરી ફરી ….. કારણ કે દરેક વખતે પવન આવે, તરંગ ઊઠે, ચન્દ્ર…

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Mister God, This Is Anna

Anna was only four years old when Fynn found her on London’s fog-shrouded docks. He took her back to his mother’s home, and from that first moment, their times together were filled with delight and discovery. Anna had an astonishing ability to ask– and to answer–life’s largest questions. Her total openness and honesty amazed all…

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Jonathan Livingston Seagull

My companion whenever I need some push, need the wind beneath my wings…. Jonathan Livingston Seagull   a story “…………one day Jonathan Livingston Seagull, you shall learn that irresponsibility does not pay. Life is the unknown and the unknowable, except that we are put into this world to eat, to stay alive as long as…

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The Myth of Sisyphus

” It is during that return, that pause, that Sisyphus interests me. A face that toils so close to stones is already stone itself! I see that man going back down with a heavy yet measured step towards the torment of which he will never know the end. That hour like a breathing-space which returns…

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