So here I am! 21 days later (a bit more to be honest) and I have completed my first blog challenge. I must admit the beginning was fairly easy as I was still riding the excitement of having left my day job but as time went on I was continually challenged with staying focused and … Continue reading Day #21 Imperfect arrival
Critical and free. Two forms of thinking I can safely say not many people have. Even having one of these is a rarity today. To have free thought is not only being able to let your mind wander wherever it may but for it to also be void of any dogma or restrictions in that … Continue reading Day #20 Thinking
The lenses of life. So many to choose from, have you only ever had one? Have you tried them all? Is yours a combination of a few? Something I find so fascinating is the multitude of lens's we can put on and look at life through. You can see life from a business mans perspective, … Continue reading Day #19 What lens do you have on?
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Cleaning out my garage today made me think about how much stuff I have hoarded over the years. Things I like, things I don't like and even things I didn't know I had. Straaange. Anyways looking back in the garage once it had been cleared up I let out a … Continue reading Day #18 Simplification
What is reality? A tricky question that can be simply answered. It depends on who is asking and what they intend to see and experience. Essentially this reality can be viewed from two different perspectives. We can be at the effect of the seemingly big bad world 'out there', this is known as having a … Continue reading Day #17 Reality.Really?
Maaaaan, today I did not feel like writing. It's as if the initial excitement and 'freshness' of writing a blog for 21 days has worn off. Kind of like being madly in love with a girl to find a couple of months later the crazy attraction seems to have fizzled out (the honeymoon period). But … Continue reading Day #16- Resistance
Today was the public holiday of Human rights day. In South Africa it was named such following the inauguration of former president Nelson Mandela. This national day-off is both a reminder of the tragic Sharpeville massacre and a celebration of South Africa’s constitution. Upon awakening I had planned to go about my day the usual way … Continue reading Day #15 – Human rights day