When I woke I could only see a faint blueness in the sky, it was not dawn yet. The cold, condensated air was biting. I adjusted the blankets covering me and burrowed down inside. I guessed it must be about ten degrees. I was camped in the middle of a roadside quarry, thick with red […]Read More There is no moon; there are no stars.
I used to think I was meant to share this experience with you. I used to believe that was why I came back to the woods; why I went again in search of places where the forest has a feeling. I used to think I needed to document these incredible experiences I was having, so […]Read More I could not move you.
You must avoid people who have a dark disposition and who are consistently unfortunate and do it at all costs. It’s okay to help someone when they’re in trouble and provide a listening ear to someone who’s sad and needs to talk. Nothing wrong with that. But if a person seems to live in a […]Read More Why You Should Quarantine Yourself from Negative People
If only I could’ve held himSeen his lovely little faceBut fate intervenedAnd he was lostwithout a trace I wonder what could’ve beenOur lives will never be the sameSome things we miss foreverAnd Jonathan Michaelwas his name © 2020 Michelle Cook Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/love-clouds-romance-sky-romantic-1381420/ Writing prompt: Jonathan Michael was his name Jonathan Michael was his nameRead More Jonathan Michael was his name
“Always do what is right. It will gratify half of mankind and astound the other.” Mark Twain It is not difficult to do what is right? We know what is right and most of us do it. Yet we may observe others twist what is wrong to make it look right because the majority is […]Read More Always do right – Mark Twain
We function in (and “as”) time. Time involves distinctive patterns in sequences. Thought/thinking is of time; thought/thinking is time. Distinctive, disparate patterns in (and “as”) time allows for conflict, friction, and discord to take place. Needless to say, a lot of friction and disharmony takes place in today’s world; just look at the newspapers to […]Read More Timelessness and Time