Posts Tagged ‘peace’

Respect. Peace. Freedom. These words are easy to throw around – I’ve done it. But I still know their weight when it counts. Martin Luther King Jr. was a great man who stood up and spoke against the status quo. He challenged the ‘ways things were’ and dared to dream of something much better. A […]


I have a tendency to fall victim to the most prevalent diseases in the Western world: I am ill of want. I’ve got a case of the “Gimme Gimme’s”. The moguls of media have me dead in their sights and have hit me with a barrage of advertisements that me sick of the things I have, and […]


Today, I want to build something, and I hope I can take you with me. I’m not manic or even hypomanic, but rather, I feel like I just took my first breath of free air since this long depression has been holding me down. I want to build something now. A mood. A thought. And […]


“Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more” – Shakespeare, Henry V Act 3, scene 1 Once, and many more times. For people with mood disorders: What battle do we wage? What foe do we face? What are we armed with? Will we win? What Battle do we wage? What foe do we face? […]


“Your problem is you think you have time.” – The Buddha That is quite the problem isn’t it? We think we have time to do so many things later. ‘Not now, I’ll get to that later’ – this is what we say about so many things. I was reminded in the last couple of days of the […]


A New Hope

31Dec12

My wish for everyone is a peaceful New Year. My hope for us all is that we can find new ways to eliminate suffering and oppression. If we worshiped Roman Gods, we would be celebrating and making tribute to Janus – He is the god that we get the ‘January’ from. He is double-headed and looks both […]


I was told by a wise old friend that Peace is the only thing worth seeking and working for. The statement is brilliant in that it can be applied in both a bigger, more vague sense, as well as a specific answer to individual problems. When you are wondering what you want to do with your life (a rather big […]