Tag: relationships

𓂀 signal vs. noise

The Goddesses and the Gods sing my song (La la la la la, La la la la la la, La la la la la, La la la la) Sirens and The Princes sing my song and they love me; For when vibrations resonate with their own frequencies, There is (always) harmony: It’s how friends, lovers,…

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Musing on Life Through Jack London’s ‘The Star Rover’: “The one man” and “The one woman”

I’m a fan of Jack London. He is, like Steinbeck, one of those California writers who hold a special place in my heart. I see myself like them, and their philosophies speak to me. And while Jack London is best known for adventure stories like Call of The Wild, The White Fang, and Sea Wolf,…

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The Cottage and The Castle

I took a nap this afternoon and had a very lucid dream; I dreampt I was outside of a small cottage, posting an old wooden sign bearing the namesake of my blog – only the S was gone: 7Saturday. I then heard a stirring from within the interior of the cottage, which prompted me to…

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A Delightful Life

Delightful day; what more can I say; I ran, I hiked, I swam, I read, I cooked, I napped – I did everything but make love, which, in itself, is another kind of delightful day, just not the one written for today. But I conspire with fate for days like that too. I’m working on…

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On Choosing to Be Kind

Update: 10/31/2014 I wrote this entry while being emotionally riled, and while I feel I did an effective job of being constructive with my emotions and providing a great deal of substance to the reader, I do not feel I wrote all of this in the proper tone or from the optimal perspective. As such,…

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And This is What Love is

One of the things that continually bolsters my spirituality is the way synchronicity and serendipity have a way of bringing the right signs, messages, people, and lessons into my life. And what’s really shown me this is the fact that I went through a kind of dark night of the soul over the past couple years…

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Why True Love is so Rare

When I saw the title ‘The Truth About Love’ in my FB feed I thought, Damn linkbait! Now I have to click and make sure I’m not missing anything.  But I was very happy I did click – not because I discovered something I didn’t know, but because I was reminded that what I know…

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Notes and Lessons from Napoleon Hill’s 1928 Masterpiece: Outwitting The Devil

Update: Jan 2017 – just going to leave this here:  https://www.google.com/amp/paleofuture.gizmodo.com/the-untold-story-of-napoleon-hill-the-greatest-self-he-1789385645/amp?client=safari – Not to detract from the man’s work, but the above read was eye opening to say the least. Take what you will with a grain of salt, the entry below included. As a follow-up to yesterday’s entry on Napoleon Hill’s Outwitting The Devil, tonight…

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Poetry: This is Farewell

What can I say That desire that you crushed It was all that I had – that was the last of my trust Once again you didn’t see that there was love behind my lust And now you’re gone – And I won’t see you again – But I warned you – We could never…

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An Essay on Love

For over three decades, George Vaillant directed a study out of Harvard, one of the longest running longitudinal studies about human development and happiness ever. Recently, in summarizing the trends and findings from the study, he had this to say in conclusion: “The seventy-five years and twenty million dollars expended on the Grant Study points…

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