You Can Do Anything Fool! Be a Voice for Truth!

This speaks to my heart.  Do you believe you can do anything?  I do.

I send this to those who feel trapped.  Who look out the window and wish you could find what you love and follow your dreams.  Where you ponder why you can’t work for your own future? … Continue reading

A New Era of Peace and Happiness for Little Children

This poem I felt inspired to write today as I contemplate one of the darkest issues on our planet – Pedophilia, I can barely write the words it so horrifies me. So I have felt to write and see what wisdom arises to help me to make peace with this. I feel the geometric circle… Continue reading

What is the Jester?

I really love this video, it is produced by young girls.  It is brilliantly done.  Ah the wisdom of youth. That is why I so believe in them.

We need to learn to laugh, that is the key message of this time.  The violence we see just shuts down happiness, it makes… Continue reading

Recycling Happiness and Gratitude


An angel touched,
A message sent,
As heaven is knocking on your door,
For many are crying ‘what for?’
The ouroboros recycles souls,
As each plays out their role,
Landlocked in limited consciousness,
On islands of automation,
Playing a part but unaware of the whole.

Why Are the Virtues of Humanity Important?

This is the definition of humanity by Wikipedia.  Refer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humanity_%28virtue%29


Humanity is a virtue associated with basic ethics of altruism derived from the human condition.

Humanity differs from mere justice in that there is a level of altruism towards individuals included… Continue reading

The Risk of Losing Our Humanity



What is a critical incident?

Is it an incident that is critical?

A humanitarian disaster?

Or being critical of incidents that contravene

the health and safety of others.


Is this a duty of care?

Or the need to learn to care without duty?

For conscience over control… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”