#rememberreminder: Slow Down
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Our days keep passing us by:
Days filled with
We have to be
in a million
places at once.
from place to place,
sit in mind-numbing traffic,
exhausted & empty.
used to be a time
didn’t move this fast: Continue reading “Remember Reminder #8: Slow Down”
Today, remember to believe…
Believe that miracles are possible.
Believe in magic.
Believe your dreams will come true.
Believe you are enough.
Believe in the good of others.
Believe that everything happens for a reason.
Believe in the beauty of wonder.
Believe you are right where you need to be.
Believe in the person you want to become.
Believe something good is always around the corner.
Believe in the power of love.
Above all, today, remember to believe in yourself.
Tell Us: What do you believe in?
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This week’s Music Monday reader submission comes from Sangbad over at Thoughts of Words. He’s a prolific poet and storyteller, and he crafted a lovely poem that he shared on his site on Valentine’s Day. In his post, Sangbad describes his creation:
“When it comes to writing a story we follow the dialogue and scene format…there are many forms of a story like a flashback, epistolary, etc…but, they adhere to the defined format of dialogue and scene…why not write a story where there’ll be scene and songs…why not write a story in poem (written by self) and songs (listen to or written self)…
It’s Not Going To Be Today had been written when this idea struck me a few days before Valentine’s Day…the poems are written by me while the songs are the songs I listen to (few of them are my favorite)…hope you’ll enjoy this my approach telling a love story…”
Continue reading “It’s Not Going to Be Today | Sangbad”