Dialogues with the Master – Organizing the quest – (via @paulocoelho )

Firstly, wishing everyone a happy new year! 365 days, 365 opportunities! Remember don’t count your days, but make your days count! Cliche? I know, but it’s so true! Only you have the power to make your 2018 fabulous 💫 Today, I was just visiting my friend Paulo Coelho’s blog and I came across this amazing … Continue reading

‘Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all.

‘Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all.’ Today I was just flicking through my books and came across these words which I’ve read a million times before, but today something told me to write something with them in mind. These powerful words were written by Tennyson in the … Continue reading

‘Let him who is without sin cast the first stone’

Often we are so quick to judge others when we ourselves are not so perfect. It’s so easy to forget that we all sin differently and that we can not sit and condemn others just because their sin is different from ours. I read this article on Alain de Botton’s blog I’ve read his books … Continue reading

The Great Philosophers 1: Plato

As some of you know I love Philosophy and Classics Civilisation. And today, when I came across this fantastic post by Alain de Botton I wanted to share it with you all.  Please check out his blog for more inspiring posts Philosophers Mail   The Great Philosophers 1: Plato Athens, 2400 years ago. It’s a … Continue reading