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Month: January 2017

3 Months

3 Months

What a day is has been. It feels like its been one long day from the last post here to this one. On the surface nothing has changed, however as is often the case, it is below the surface that major changes have occurred. There is too much to cover here in a single post and I really cannot go back now. I’ll cover it all elsewhere. If you want to see it you’ll find a way too find it….

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Work.

Work.

Nothing will work unless you do. — Maya Angelou [ms_label background_color=”#70d628″ ]HAN: Hopeful yet Reflective[/ms_label] Nothing comes easy. Would we feel any benefit if it did? Would we feel it was ‘work’? Should things be easy? Should things be easier or do we need the challenge to keep reaching for our goals? Are our goals simply unrealistic and out of reach? Do we ever really know the answer to this question?      

HAN.

HAN.

You never have to change anything you got up in the middle of the night to write. – Saul Bellow HAN –  A Korean word that has no literal English translation except to say that it is a State of Soul; It’s sorrow, regret, grief, resentment, a dull ache of the soul. Yet Han is a passive state; not seeking revenge but instead waiting patiently and hoping that the injustice will be righted.