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Starvation Raises The Siren

By Uttam Gill, published on Feb 22, 2014

The rituals of love confines to vows Falling on to the days we consigned Time fills with time so as the hearts Starvation raises the siren The fallen hopes script the obituary I retain the solemn pledges to relive To rise from the ashes to standby Starvation raises the siren Tonight I am broken so will cry The night in its fold holds me The comfort of the dark haunts me Starvation raises the siren The stormy dreams took her away I beg the storm to calm down I woke up and yell “Where you are” Starvation raises the siren By-Uttam Singh Gill

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Tags: mind, love, life, heart, beloved, starvation

Lie Anyway

By D. Sager, published on Sep 12, 2013

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Speak with your face turned away,

words that I long for you to say.

I believe them even if they may

keep my logic in constant sway

Holding my aching mind at bay

go ahead my love, lie anyway.

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First Written in Opinions of Eye

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Tags: mind, poem, love, relationships, abuse, desire, words, addiction, face, suffering, self esteem, co-dependence, speak, logic, nietzsche

5 Reasons why social media are increasing intelligence

By darinlhammond, published on Oct 17, 2012

...that "sophisticated algorithmic search engines, has made accessing information as easy as lifting a finger." The writers phrase this with a negative conotation, even though The Pew Research center pointed out prior to their study that this can have intensely beneficial effects. It frees our minds to work on more complex matters. However, Science chooses to see this as pejorative, stating that "The Internet has become a primary form of external or transactive memory, where information is stored collectively outside ourselves." So, our brains do not store as much basic data in memory... (more)

Tags: mind, internet, social media, technology, brain

Chunks 7% of our vision we really see?

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jul 13, 2012

...stem or truck and then the branches.

Problems in life can be solved by breaking them down. Taking the chunks and moving through the tree or problem to see the leaves, the branches or even the twigs.

Many people have put books together about problem solving and our subconsious mind.

My theory: Automapping within everyone is created by what we need in our life the most. If our needs are so great our subconscious mind will map our direction in life to help us solve the problems. Some say it is how you look at life -- well our subconscious mind will only "open the... (more)

Tags: mind, inspiration, soul, body

Behind every good man there is a good woman

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jun 7, 2012

...will find many people that are successful will enjoy work to a passion this actually helps as they enjoy the work environment allowing more to be done, when you think you can, you can actually get further ahead. So where is this passion is that a part of being successful or is it a part of the mind that unlocks the door to the solution.

That's why we fly to the moon, just a thought and now reality.

When you realise that some of these people that shaped our nation that are reflected on the money of the country like for Australia we celebrate convicts on our ten dollar note... (more)

Tags: mind, passion, wife, jennifer stone, subconscious mind, talking over, home cooking, the woman behind the man

...Perception...

By Barbara MacDonald , published on May 19, 2012

PerceptionI dance to the songsWhich play within my soulA clarity whichExclusively livesBreathes in possibilityGrowth beyond the parameters Constraining our cosmos...Many may gatherPointing, laughing, pityingI understand their staresI will not pretendThey don't hurtLeaving scars on my heart...Then I hear the echoThe wind singingThe fairies dancingWith me --to songsThey will never hear...Echoing a harmonized HeartbeatThe rhythm of the soulA life force Of purity & faith...I realize it is IWho should pityTHEM....Open their eyes pleaseTo the truth which lives In their souls..."The voyage of... (more)

Tags: mind, perception, understanding, eyes, blind, spiritual knowing

Snuff Of Innocence

By D. Sager, published on Jan 18, 2012

With the subtly of snakes, he creeps through the grass

Lust on his mind, his tongue tasting the innocence

Peeling the soul away leaving his dying life behind

Pushing his severity on to one left alone

Fear is the knife held to a young neck

Forcing a change, cracking the tender mind

Raising to her feet, looking through the shock

A numbness begins, heaven's after thought to this evil

Vigilance now a trance to see the blurred face of the enemy

Shadows take shape, forever they will chase

Hiding, pulling the dark around like a... (more)

Tags: mind, demon, shadows, innocence, snakes, nightmare, lust, dark, cracked, knife, numbness, quilt, tongue, trance

Love In Hiding

By D. Sager, published on Dec 9, 2011

...dashed hopes and crushed dreams, it laughs, seemingly immune. Attempts to force its hand are met with indifference. It scoffs at the futility of such manipulations. It can appear dead, then, resurrect itself in spite of all resistance and logic. Contrary to reason, it brings to madness the mind of the genius. Delighting in the bafflement of its adversaries, it raises strong arms to show defiance of prediction. Having disarmed reason and logic it takes the journey into sweet insanity, a wandering exploration through places beyond imagination. Struck with its seduction, a mere touch ... (more)

Tags: mind, love, power, hiding, searching

If Education Was…

By Barkha Dhar, published on Jul 22, 2011

...to extricate the self from dogmas and nuances of fear, education has been the handbook of insight that edifies positive behavior, indoctrinates intellectual expression, and stimulates self-exploration. But what happens when education is no more than a paper qualification? Or when an educated mind is stormed by pseudo effect that supersedes logic by bigotry and narrow-mindedness? Most people identify education with know-how and erudition, a mechanism that benefits them with employability and professional development. However, education is rarely taken as a supplement to enlightenment,... (more)

Tags: education, mind, marriage, love, relationships, life, abuse, morality, change, dowry, peace of mind

Delusion

By SZU, published on Sep 25, 2010

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For my heat

Just as I long for yours

because lonesomeness can be cold…

I am sure you feel

This symphony of my pulse

Which plays a new tune of life

Awaiting you each day

But that’s my heart.

What stands against it

Is my mind

That hopes never to see you

Because deep down it knows

Things have changed

These winds have changed

The melody we shared

Has changed

But it plans to be quiet

To let my heart live in this delusion

For the day this delusion will... (more)

Tags: mind, love, heart, passion, delusion

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