Gracious God

Gracious God, ruler in the heavens, your humble servant calls to you. Guide my mind so I might make the right choice. I ask this of you in your divine presence, o giver of love. Support me with your gracious love.

For My Terrific Waterfall

A Love Poem by jay Roses are red, Violets are blue, Force is terrific, And so are you. Orchids are white, Ghost ones are rare, A daughter is blonde, And so is your hair. Magnolia grows, With buds like eggs, Stories are short, And so are your legs. Sunflowers reach, Up to the skies, Your … Continue reading For My Terrific Waterfall

Random acts of kindness – RAK movement – Do one today

Leave a kind message anywhere (in a library book, on a computer etc.) Remember that family member you haven’t seen for a while? See how they are doing Bake for your neighbour Answer the phone in a cheerful voice – even if it is a sales person Be eco-friendly – unplug electronics when you’re finished … Continue reading Random acts of kindness – RAK movement – Do one today


RSS Feed via IFTTT <> 8:41 AM (1 hour ago) to me Henry Kissinger "The absence of alternatives clears the mind marvelously." via Today's Quote October 15, 2018 at 10:38AM via RSS Feed Amelia Barr "With renunciation life begins." via Today's Quote October 16, 2018 at 10:33AM via RSS Feed George Chapman "They're only truly great who are truly … Continue reading QOTD

Never too late to Learn. Never too late to fill Knowledge Gaps

Knowledge - someone said to me Is - knowing what do you not know.  A Hypercurious person would go in the quest of what he / she does not know.  Learning never ends.  I went on a journey to bridge some of my knowledge gaps via Udemy Courses.  I am on my way to reach … Continue reading Never too late to Learn. Never too late to fill Knowledge Gaps

Laughter is the Best medicine

Sharing from my network     With Apologies To Everyone ! 😀😅 “ Doctors vs Dentist! “ 😀😅 Group Mail A dentist was understandably nervous at his first extraction. His hand shook as he got the molar out. He lost grip on the instrument, and the tooth trickled down the patient';s throat. "Sorry...." said the … Continue reading Laughter is the Best medicine – my fav newsletter

This is the weekly digest by Maria Popova. If you missed last week's edition — Borges on turning trauma into raw material for art, the mesmerizing microscopy of trees, Ursula K Le Guin on time and the wellspring of responsibility — you can catch up right here. And if you're enjoying this newsletter, please consider supporting my … Continue reading – my fav newsletter

Startpreneurs’ Fav newsletter

Daily Capsule | 22nd October Some of us are raring to go, others are missing the super-long-weekend that just flew past and find that suddenly there are urgent things to take care of. Here's something for you.  "In an age of speed, I began to think, nothing could be more invigorating than going slow. In an … Continue reading Startpreneurs’ Fav newsletter

Did you know

Did you know... ... that today is the birthday of the Guggenheim Museum of Art (1959)? Located on New York's Museum Mile at the edge of Central Park, the Guggenheim has become one of the city's most popular attractions. Reflecting architect Frank Lloyd Wright's love of nature, the nearly 540,000 square feet of space resembles … Continue reading Did you know