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Brumbies

By JennyT, published on Sep 1, 2013

Gossamer circles hang on limb

broken only by the gust of wind

stirred from skies and plunges deep

skies of black and restless sleep

Brumbies stir and gallop up hills

steep their climb strong of will

light from stars bathe the ground

grass is black for miles around

Lightning breaks the darkness still

zig zagged lights across the hill

thunder rumbles high in these skies

brumbies pack warning danger is nigh

Leader heads them up the hills

others follow at their will

strong of legs they carry on

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Tags: writing, prose, panic, brumbies, australia wild horses, thunderstorms

Why Worry?

By melanie jean juneau, published on Apr 10, 2013

Worry only feeds our panic over situations that are beyond our control.

Letting go and trusting seems impossible.

My family’s word for over thinking is Mental Kung-Fu. Try saying it and soon you will smile at the image of thoughts wrangling with each other. Laughter cuts through our anxiety because we realize how absurd we are.

Might as well give up. I was not designed to control everything and everyone. So I might as well give up control and give God His job back. When I accept that I am simply a child of God, nothing... (more)

Tags: anxiety, control, worry, surrender, panic, let go

"Imaginary bugs itch the most."

By Lartinos, published on Dec 4, 2012

...it can feel almost like a computer that has a virus though because our emotions can hold us back. We often doubt ourselves unnecessarily and live in a state of paranoia that can seem like a nightmare that never ends. Many forget that we do indeed control our lives, and even in a state of panic there is a right way and wrong way to think. Anxiety is ingrained into us to help us, but only if we let it.

As much as it is our brains fault, we must take responsibility for the behaviors in our lives. Not getting enough sleep, dieting too hard, not dieting at all, too much caffeine or ... (more)

Tags: drugs, fear, brain, anxiety, worry, attack, scared, panic

Reporting Crime is not a crime

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jul 10, 2012

...can lead to significant evidence within maybe your matter or when the matter is spoken about by many members of the Public.

If we be silent to corruption or crime and just turn a blind eye, does it really help anyone. Not really! When crime is happening it can be terrifying and the PANIC comes into the equation...My theory we hold a sign

Putting a NOT in CONTROL sign up within our mind. Our mind scatters, you may feel as thou your going in circles yet keep going. Without determination, it just is one voice no action. It is a theory, that at first the truth is not... (more)

Tags: drugs, crime, state, federal, parliament, take control, the kings cross sting, noticing, panic

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