Susan AKA Peacefull

The Crime of the 21st Century or Futures of Freedom?

The Crime of the Century is a song by Supertramp.  It is the theme of our times.

I am aware of what has been considered.  My response to what is planned is to say that life is circular.  What you do to another returns to the self as life is not linear… Continue reading

This Song is How Many People Feel!

This song reflects how we move away from their true nature.  My Aunty used to think at night about the state of the world. Like many she found it heavy.  We didn’t have that much to do with each other but she and I were alike and I did feel resonance with her… Continue reading

Take the Long Way Home

We can take the long way home, the scenic root or the short fast one.  To know thyself is the short route, the long way is to keep fighting enemies that don’t exist, only anger and fear make it so.

We are on our way.  We all will come home to the heart… Continue reading

The Fool’s Overture

It is interesting the journey I just travelled tonight to arrive me at this song.  I had to go through all these blogs to find it at random.  Such is the magic of life when you go with the flow.  If I didn’t this wouldn’t exist in this moment that you decide… Continue reading

Are You Comfortably Numb?

People escape into drugs, alcohol, TV, cable, lap tops, iPads, sex or hobbies in order to not deal with the complexity of life.  It is to escape.  Some are disconnected emotionally from the real life as they were taught to suppress their feelings and then they become in a sense remote viewers. … Continue reading

Are You a Magic Man or a Violent Man? Which is Power-fool?

For me I am into the magic man.  I love the mystery and I love a man who knows himself.  This is the power-fool.  Nothing more exciting.

Life is the mystery, he becomes the mystery as he is one with life.  Everyone is a mystery in truth (mostly to themselves).

When… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”