Happiness is…

… when you love your job…

Now accepting resumes and applications.

 

Simply

Missing the forest of tomorrow, for the trees of today;

I loved him in the places where the ground was steady…

 

 

Value

its-hard-to-know-the-value-of-water-till-the-well-run-dry-easy-branches

Beauty Standard
is only
a reflection

Our lives are
a reflection
of our choices

The reality of our truth
will catch up with us

Still going to run?

The Mystery — Elephant Under the Sun

Set my sites on something renewed…

Van Morrison – The Mystery

via The Mystery — Elephant Under the Sun

“You Dumb Bitch”

If you do not want her to act like a bitch, then stop feeding her your table scraps…

(Typed entirely with my middle finger.)

 

 

 

Sky Lite

RLP_Cape_Leeuwin_Lighthouse_by Random Lights Photography

Rise above the water,

let forgiveness set us free

Our love will be a beacon,

the lighthouse on the sea

 

 

 

 

Hallmark of Compassion

desire to ease the suffering promotes a framework for protection and resolve

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Our Greatest Human Strength is Attachment

Cut to the chase,

Go straight to the desire

Ask for it in an affirmative way

Be clever, not critical

Relate rather than reel

Prioritize and compromise

Show up

Share

Stay present

 

Painful Joy

overcome death to defy gravity…

“Romantic Comedy”

At the end of a long. hard day. she came home to find a note taped to the door.  It was from her boyfriend.  First, she read his handwritten words in a speech bubble.

“Pbbt, I love you…”

For a moment, she thought he was thoughtful and a bit romantic.  She lady-lovebird-ingly studied the image to see who or what the speech bubble belonged to.  After a brief moment, she realized that the picture in the background of the note was a xeroxed copy of his hairy naked buttcheeks and balls.

So, in other words, her boyfriend’s inner asshole was speaking to her via the speech bubble coming out of his buttcrack in the background of the “love note” he wrote her.

Needless to say, she did not feel very loved or romanced.  Still, she gave him the benefit of the doubt and hoped it was meant to be funny and not as insulting as it seemed (especially since they were arguing the night before).

Later that evening, when she asked him why he left her a note like that, his reply was, “… it was supposed to be like a romantic comedy.”

What do you think?

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