It’s the year 2113. A major museum is running an exhibition on life and culture as it was in 2013. You’re asked to write an introduction for the show’s brochure. What will it say? Image: http://legit-faith.com/2012/03/06/the-rat-race/ Join us for an insightful evening into life as it was known in 2013. A sorry time in human … Continue reading From the Collection of the Artist
This week's Weekly Photo Challenge asks us to post a photo which brings a sense of nostalgia to us. For some reason I have been thinking a lot about life and our mortality lately. When my mom posted this photo on Facebook, it brought such a sense of nostalgia, I just knew that it was … Continue reading Nostalgic
Tell us something most people probably don’t know about you. I got this one from Larry David's Lush Quotes. If you don't know the site, do yourself a favor and pop in there. They have thousands of quotes on all subjects. Best of all, you are free to click, save and share as many … Continue reading I am no mystery – the mystery is inside of me!
Pinpoint a moment in your past where you had to make a big decision. Write about that other alternate life that could have unfolded. I have written on The Road Less Traveled before, although from a different perspective. There have been quite a few "points of no return" in my life and I am really … Continue reading The Road Less Traveled
You've imbibed a special potion that makes you immortal. Now that you’ve got forever, what changes will you make in your life? How will you live life differently, knowing you’ll always be around to be accountable for your actions? I suppose some will love the idea of living forever; going from one era to the … Continue reading No longer a mere mortal
This Paulo Coelho quote really struck home with me today: Each of us have a different stories, unfolding day by day, and no-one could ever really understand all the emotion and dynamics involved in your story, that much I know. We always hear that we should never burn bridges, but what happens when you … Continue reading When closing doors and burning bridges are the only options
Photo: whatislistening.com I first saw him yesterday morning. Standing on the corner, his posture spoke of a defeated man. He turned and raise his face to the morning sun, the wintry rays of sunshine turning his tears to shimmering rivers. The rivers traveling down the landscape that was his face, found a final resting place … Continue reading A life is lost, a soul reclaimed
How easy it is to tell someone to let go of the past and move on! The act itself is something completely different from those eight words, I know. I had a phone call from an old friend today and we spoke about exactly that. Moving on, or rather moving forward, with your life entails … Continue reading Start writing your new chapter, it’s your time my friend