Tell me what you see #9

This image is significant. I know exactly what this image means to me. I’m not one to shy away from being exposed or unabashedly basking in the soft, luminous glow of my own vulnerability. So, go ahead…

Tell me what you see.

A Short History of the Word ‘Serendipity’

Originally posted on Interesting Literature:
The curious origins behind one of Britain’s favourite words – and its link to Gothic fiction The word ‘serendipity’ was invented on 28 January 1754. It was one of two literary creations by its inventor, Horace Walpole, that would achieve widespread popularity. Indeed, both inventions are still with us: when…

Synchronicity

We are all in the process not of becoming but reclaiming what inherently is within us. Oftentimes, we become bogged down with daily life and lose sight of what we already know to be true. We lose touch with ourselves and our connection to others as part of the divine whole. We forget that the…