A rose is still a rose, so what’s the point of changes?

“Action and reaction, ebb and flow, trial and error, change – this is the rhythm of living. Out of our over-confidence, fear; out of our fear, clearer vision, fresh hope. And out of hope, progress.” Bruce Barton  ~ On Monday I posted about upcoming changes here. The first  — this week’s blog renovation — may beContinue reading “A rose is still a rose, so what’s the point of changes?”

Contemplating blog changes…

Our marsh in the late evening is a quiet place. The birds are silent, geese and ducks have hidden away for the night, and the tree frogs haven’t begun their chirping. The stillness is only broken by the occasional buzz of a passing insect. It’s changed a lot in the time we’ve lived here. SixteenContinue reading “Contemplating blog changes…”

Five-Minute Challenge: Musing about CHANGE

Leaves twist and curl, flip their skirts in the breeze and tease with silver undersides. Photo-synthesis slows and autumn’s chill changes green to gold.  The season is edging away from what was, to what will be, tugging me with it. Time slides into space, today melding into tomorrow, and I sort and decide: what belongsContinue reading “Five-Minute Challenge: Musing about CHANGE”

Changing the world, one heart at a time

. There’s so much unhappiness in the world today.  Unrest. Upheaval. Discontent. Reading a newspaper or watching the televised news is depressing because I am only one person and there doesn’t seem to be a way I can make everything better. Even group sit-ins and mob ‘occupations’ won’t help, because they don’t offer solutions, onlyContinue reading “Changing the world, one heart at a time”