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I’m Fragile, Delicate
I’m quite fragile at the moment, said the world. I’m feeling a lot. Trying to trust my heart and my instincts. Listening to my gut. I’m eating well, seeing nature, sensing smells and seeing. I’m feeling and listening. Then the world got a virus, so the world got sick. Humans ate a bat while theContinue reading “I’m Fragile, Delicate”
The Enchantment . . . that lies hidden in Cape Town’s mountain ranges. Deep into the mountains there lies a hidden piece of heaven on earth. Crystal clear waters stretch out before me, surrounded by luscious green bush, accommodating jubilant bird life. Observing this enchanting scenery, my mind is cleared from all negativity and aContinue reading “The Enchantment”
There is beauty in . . .
. . . the simplicity of life, love and nature. Beauty surrounds us, yet we are too conceited to allow it to penetrate our souls. But still we remain baffled by its unerring elegance, which we refuse to enchant us with its grace and magnificence. It does not only lie in the eye of theContinue reading “There is beauty in . . .”
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