Thursday, September 20, 2018

15 results for 'emotions'

Mixed Emotions

By LifeCherries, published on Oct 20, 2013

I found out today that I am going to be a Grandma. Firstly I must stress that I still have quite a few years to go before I'm 50. I feel 38! The news is still sinking in.

I am suffering from shell shock.

I knew Son no 1 and his wife were trying for a baby. They have been trying for quite a few months now. In fact I made a comment to Hubby after dance class on Tuesday that I had a gut feel she was pregnant. So none of this should come as a surprise for me.

I cried when they told me earlier today. I cried with joy. It is amazing news. The best news ever! I am THE... (more)

Tags: babies, emotions, grandmother

Imagine – John Lennon - In cartoon

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 20, 2013

I “JUST HAD” To share this. Many dislike the “Imagine there is no heaven line” But I think many miss the point. This simple cartoon, I hope can make people understand the song a bit better. I think this is just BRILLIANT! The message is “HOPE, PEACE AND LOVE” Nothing more, nothing less. People who follow Religion always tell me “it’s a metaphor” when I ask about some things said in the bible or ask questions about God or the lack of God in action through prayer. I mean to upset nor hurt anyone’s feelings here, only put something into context. We can’t have our cake and eat it in this World.... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, love, relationships, god, life, bible, emotions, living, bloggers for peace, movies and tv, caring. sharing

Poetry Is Life...

By Barbara MacDonald , published on Sep 3, 2013

Pen in hand

Unlocking my core

The poet in me

Peeling away my mask

Gifting the reader

A glimpse in passing

Opening myself in

Vulnerability to behold

Emotions laid bare

My soul dancing

With no barriers

To constrain my heart

Words which are

Otherwise empty

Are birthed into benediction

Sacred celebrations manifested

Clothed in poetry's wonder

Love my inspiration

As all artists alike

A celebration of life

Painting the mundane

... (more)

Tags: poetry, love, emotions, vulnerable, expression, life. words

The Empire of King and Queen

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 10, 2012

In the emptiness, knocks are measured with suspicion but as an unknown, he was embraced with love and affection. She, coroneted him as her own king and in the parades of sparkling dreams, they received the salutation of honor. In the corridors of their world, amazingly they returned the blessings of love, with equal intensity. They very cautiously treaded through the treacherous time; with absolute sincerity, they created a space for passion, to recreate from the ruins, a palace. With new found blessings of love, both, King and the Queen could muster all the available passion to revive the... (more)

Tags: love, life, emotions, time, happiness, king, relation, queen, empire

You Cannot Lie To Yourself

By Uttam Gill, published on Oct 21, 2012

...of identification. This was the person you had become. The cost was a merciless scanning of your being but you endured.

What is there to conceal? While doing so, you never lost the sheen. It was never an easy walk to be like that, but yes, you carried yourself in tandem with your emotions. You never blinked once, to share your feelings; unlike others, you remained as, what you are. Undeterred, unfettered, unbridled and untrammeled, you carried yourself in equanimity with your perfection and deformity. You know, you are not a God and neither a devil; but as a plain human being,... (more)

Tags: dreams, life, emotions, happiness, people, you

Let's Celebrate

By Uttam Gill, published on Jul 17, 2012

...the truth of hope. They wait with dwindling hope and many doubts create havoc in their mind. And there are others, who are not willing to give up; they wait with prayer on their lips. The apprehension dramatically entangles some and few escapes.

At times an intimidating and wicked emotions try to outrage the modesty of your sane belief; when it happens then for god sake, don’t let those emotions belittle you and others. You have to find reasons to negotiate with eroding thoughts and while doing so, create for yourself and others a space of reasonable understanding and that’s ... (more)

Tags: life, emotions, soul, happiness, hope, celebration, void

Say No To Hitler Style Relationships

By Barkha Dhar, published on Aug 15, 2011

...state and emotional behavior is a subtle revelation of his psyche and selfdom, which also forms a contour to his relationship style.

Not surprisingly enough, but leadership is an offshoot of relationships. In addition to the domain of traits and skills, leadership is a pilotage of emotions that navigates feelings to purpose. A positive leadership builds, strengthens, and defines relationships through exchange of ideas, fair participation, and welcoming change to adapt to newer styles. Such facet is an important dimension in relationships, which helps sustain a healthy and open... (more)

Tags: love, hitler, children, feelings, emotions, leadership, faith, lifestyle, hope, character, change, ego, control, relationsh, governance, authoritarian, control freaks, humanitarian

It’s Tough To Be A Man

By Barkha Dhar, published on Aug 6, 2011 our lives as fathers, brothers, husbands, or sons.

Right at birth their social conditioning is different than us women. They are gifted with more freedom and a greater degree of choice. They are taught to be courageous and impudent with occasional reliance on expressing their inner emotions. Perhaps it is one reason that men don’t cry much and they also don’t hug always, but when they do they suffice it with sheer wholeness. Their strength and warmth is also their brute force that keeps us women feeling shielded against the unsought swords, lances, and arrows. Not only this,... (more)

Tags: relationships, life, women, emotions, inspiration, men

Jaycee Lee Dugard: A Trauma That Sparked Hope

By Barkha Dhar, published on Jul 31, 2011

One can hardly envisage Jaycee Lee Dugard’s dark somber past looking at her bright, unruffled face, and tranquil emotions. Appearing in an interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer, Jaycee exhibited incredible verve and optimism. Her insinuations for future appeared as clear and pleasant as a sunshiny sky. Sitting calmly with an immutable balance while talking about her past wounds, Jaycee not only looked magnificent, but also majestic. For someone whose life was wildly tangled as a child, Jaycee’s grandeur as an adult was indeed moving and inspirational. Her story dates back to 1991 when Jaycee’s... (more)

Tags: life, emotions, inspiration, abuse, hope, sexual assault, jaycee lee dugard, trauma

International Day of Compassion - Care or Cure

By Barkha Dhar, published on May 15, 2011

...model of medical care, Dr Adams has conceived empathetic care with his astounding fun and play therapy. His new age healing integrates health of the individual with that of the family and community. His model of health does not believe in fixing the patient, but stabilizing their wounded emotions through love, joy, and humor. Dr Adams creative and famous care through joy of clowning helps restore and rehabilitate patient’s health with difference. His benevolent intervention and humanitarian approach to the practice of medicine is a much needed component in the healthcare system... (more)

Tags: healthcare, united states, business, emotions, morality, change, compassion, social issue, empathy, social change, patch adams, international day of compassion, ethics, patient

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