Information overload – say no longer to that.

Information overload – say no longer to that.

I do not know about the reader but it is fair to say that my brain no longer can cope with what is on offer in this world. The last couple of months, without really realising what was happening I felt increasingly overwhelmed by events. And now, still feeling groggy from what it has done to my wellbeing stock has been taken.

No longer the television news will be watched for any lent of time, or the internet will be visited for hours on end, just to learn about terrorism, war, conflict, division between people. No longer getting wound up by the bruising politicians. This can no longer be a life, it destroys us.

So, all that suffering the world, humanity, creates can no longer be mine, or yours I sincerely hope. The news will be watched very sporadic, the Internet mostly used for creative purposes. 

The known world is in the above context just too bad, boring in its repetitive cruelty. We have to say goodbye to it to have a life.

Cancer

Cancer

http://www.frommetoyouletters.co.uk/

Have a look at this beautiful initiative by just clicking on the above link. It is about writing letters to folk that live with cancer. It is so positive, and such a great initiative that it needs sharing. Please feel free to reblog this, and inspire your readers.

I strongly recommend considering this yourself, for we all know someone that lives with cancer.

Be inspired and let me know what you think. More to the point let that friend know what you think, by writing that letter.

The blues

The blues

Some days are just strange and feelings cannot be defined. You do not know whether to laugh or to cry and meander between hope and despair. A day you do not know what to do with yourself.

Today is such a day and it is OK. Escape is not possible and what would be the point anyway. 

Write a bit, rest a while and see the thoughts pass. Just look at them and see. It is all needed. 

The end of the blues. 

Sound of silence

Sound of silence

Is it not nice. No television on, not even music, soothing or not.Nothing to distract from a little bit of writing.

Silence, a great friend, brings calm to the tired brain. Adorable state of mind. Life is so loud nowadays. My brain cannot cope with the noise continuously coming its way.

I want to be very load about proclaiming that we need more silence.