Tag Archive: Awareness

The questions you didn’t think to ask

The best journeys answer questions that in the beginning, you didn’t even think to ask. from the Documentary 180 degrees South

Holidays are over

From across the room, piles of stuff are starring at me screaming: Get Packing! But I choose to lie here in bed with a purring cat by my side. Just a little longer.… Continue reading

Slap-kiss me

Sometimes I just want to slap you hard! He said with a smile before he leant down and kissed me. I was complaining about being emotionally stressed out, showing my friend around the… Continue reading

Mine to keep

After three weeks of crawling into a sandy sleeping bag and hoping the night won’t be too cold or the wind too strong to take down the tent, being snuggled up in a… Continue reading

What a day to be alive

Lyrics to “What a day to be alive” by Greg Laswell What a day to be alive What a day to realize I’m not dead What a day to save a dime What… Continue reading

Diving into the sky

I must have been a bird in my past life. I love heights and I love travelling. And yesterday, as I dived into the sky from a plane, 10 000 feet above ground,… Continue reading

Something new to remember

From the eight floor apartment and through the open three metres high windows I see the sun slowly setting behind the mountain and the easy, breezy golden day is exchanged to a much… Continue reading

When a naked person offers you a shirt

I do not trust people who don’t love themselves and yet tell me, ‘I love you’. There is an African saying which is: Be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt.… Continue reading

The only thing I own

A friend spontaneously invited me to his holiday house in Knysna, a beautiful seaside place about five hours away from Cape Town, along the scenic Garden Route. And how could I possibly say… Continue reading

Go seek a love like this

Go seek a love like this, if you truly live. Or else remain the slave of time. And whatever state you seek, Your lips so dry, must always drink, Drink up and up,… Continue reading