Balance and the Threads of Life

There is another DNA secquence that isn’t as obvious as the one discovered by the scientists.  The one that I talk of is the undercurrent, unspoken, often unthought of, more mysterious one.  Our DNA is fixed, we all have a unique set that may be similar to others but not exactly the same unless by chance we are a pure bred identical twin and even … Continue reading Balance and the Threads of Life

The kiss of the white feather

This morning I awoke to sunshine filtering through my window looking out over  the fairytale garden, the birds were chirping with happiness in melody. Beautiful. I rolled out of bed and crawled down the stairs heading for the kitchen in need of my morning coffee and a seat in the garden with the special fairies. I sat outside for many moments filled with wonder.  The … Continue reading The kiss of the white feather

When life … a random ISF thought…

Sometimes life will throw the oddest of things in your direction… Things that can at times feel like a royal kick in the … … giving you the surprise of your life… In times like these it is always best to wear a helmet of healthy proportions… … and persevere through the half closed window, reaching for the key to recovering, growing, surviving, living, one … Continue reading When life … a random ISF thought…

Slaying the Monsters

Self worth and love are interesting creatures.  When they aren’t present things  can turn nasty beyond our comprehension, the two silent killers. Think Godzilla with a bit of King Kong mixed in with Anaconda and Winnie the Pooh (sorry Pooh Bear). Monster 1: Nada-del-self-worth I am not worthy of their love I don’t deserve to be happy I don’t deserve the success The success I … Continue reading Slaying the Monsters