Random Thoughts On Living Authentically In Artificial Times.
You cannot be only 22 years old. Your emotional wisdom and an understanding of inner peace is way beyond your very short years! The stars will be yours…Lovely writer!
asklotta, your comment is beautiful and I really appreciate it. However, if this comment is directed at the writing behind this post in particular (‘Random Thoughts on Living Authentically in Artifical Times’), I want to make sure it’s known that the author behind this is Kalliope Amorphous and she deserves amazing credit for her work. If you are still directing this comment at me, then I appreciate it so very much and only hope that I can write just as Kalliope does, in my own way. You’re beautiful!
“Artificial times” is an eerily familiar concept. It’s what I’ve been thinking a lot lately. The world is very artificial. Human beings defy nature, and they are destroying their souls in the process.
Yes, I could relate to this well myself. I think it’s an incredibly sad time for us. But sometimes the most trying times lead to the best, so keep that in mind. I’ve heard quite a few people say that a huge change is underway or that there is a growing spiritual awareness of the disintegration of nature, but I’m not sure. Feed hope to the people around you. This is why I find it very necessary for us, who are a part of this world, to go back to nature and to discover our roots. Let loose of the shackles for a while. It’s screaming at me to do so. Everything I know is being challenged in my mind. You get stuck in a rut and you’ve got to refresh. I hope for more.
the blog post this leads to is amazing. Thank you for pointing it out.
I love your photography and art.
Thank you for your comment – this post has gotten the most attention on my blog and I can really see why, it is just a fabulous post and I am really glad I stumbled across it and that other people are engaging with it too.
Thank you very much, I am really pleased that you like my work.
All the best,
You have gorgeous images. Keep up the great work! And thanks again for visiting my blog.
<3 Thank you! You're welcome. Anytime!
This is a very significant statement. My latest novel, Saving Paradise, is devoted to this issue. The world, it says, is a pearl that we are crushing into concrete. This is true not just in Hawaii but worldwide.
Absolutely. I am really glad to hear about your latest novel – just stuff we need to read about and react to! It is true. And it’s sad. And I want to do all I can to say it’s not on and help people/causes raise awareness of just what we are doing. I really like the sounds of Saving Paradise and I would love to read it. I am constantly searching for awareness. Thank you for sharing, Mike.
Hi Julie thanks for reading and liking my post on finding inner peace. I don’t know if I mentioned this earlier but I like your photographs very much and your blog was also very good. You can see more of my photographs at http://www.lightrays-photography.com
Thank you for posting about inner peace – it’s something I think is so incredibly important and hard to achieve. And I love reading what others have to say about it. Your photography is really beautiful (nature is just stunning) and I am grateful you like my photography and my blog!
I love your pages here, your art is lovely.
Thank you, you’re lovely.
The fire element, according to Ayurveda: The Science of Life, is the element that pushes one to higher levels of learning and being, enter Sagittarius: 9th house of one’s astrology chart. Wherever Sagi is, that is where one’s vitality is inspired. Look at your personal astrology chart and see what house your own personal Sagittarius is. The more you come to learn your own astrology: yoga: relationships: you will come to understand that each of us has particular gifts and lessons. Numerology: Yoga: Relationships: Yin/Yang, others are attracted to each of us accordingly. Accordingly we learn about ourselves through what it is that we do not like. If fire is not moderated with earth and water (Kapha: Sattva: Sweetness: Compassion), one burns oneself, burns oneself out, and ends in ashes. After many years, the Phoenix within will rise through the lessons of an immoderate life.
Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for sharing.
Absolutely! Glad you liked it.
I read the piece; excellent. Thank you for sharing it.
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