MORNING THOUGHTS #2: 21/08/2017

I'm sharing this diary entry from almost one year ago, asking if someone can relate.  I spent the day reading Goodbye, things by Fumio Sasaki and going through my things, deciding what to keep and what to let go. It appears that every time I look at a drawer or at an item I see it... Continue Reading →

Let the stuff be and discard the habit…

Or a discarded and reprised post about minimalism and personal uniform.   Like the healing process of my scalded hand, I'm almost there, but not there yet. The fasting from clothes shopping I'm forcing on myself is a sharpening tool. Literally, it means that some weeks ago I found myself in a mood prone to... Continue Reading →

Morning thoughts #1: serenity seeker

When I act intentionally, with purpose, confusion drifts away and I feel calm and righteous. Confusion, though, is attractive and sometimes I feel it’s the only emotional state I can have. The seldom moments of serenity I experience from time to time prove me that it’s not true, but I have to find ways to trigger... Continue Reading →

No one likes to die

Last night, my husband and I had to put our cat on a short fasting. This morning, around 04.29, the lovely, tiny, black panther was pocking on my head with his velvety, merciless paw. "Are you planning to make me starve?" My battered temples translated from the Morse code made of iron thuds. I could not... Continue Reading →

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