In a healthy relationship partners support each other in opportunities for growth.
Yesterday, while I was practicing improvisation on the harp during my lesson with Mark Harmer, I made a mistake whilst playing Scarborough Fair.
Flattery is a form of manipulation. Those who flatter always wants something for themselves. To compliment someone is fine, but flattery is intended to seduce – to make you think that they are loyal to you but nothing could be further from the truth.
Sometimes we just have to listen to our bodies. Last night I was trying to write a blog but my eyes kept shutting. My body was telling me that it wanted to sleep. Eventually it won, which is why this log is a day late.
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Some people take comfort in the noises around them, but I love to listen to silence. I find it relaxing.
I know people of my age who don’t remember ever feeling bored as a child. Possibly they were given more freedom than I was, but that feeling is one that I can always remember.
It’s easy to drift along in life without really moving out of our comfort zone.
It is a depressing fact that the majority of people born in poverty do not rise up out of it.
I know that some people like everything in life to be organised in advance, but I love surprises and think that there can be great joy in a surprise.