Tag Archive: Focus

Why I am here

I am back in Colombo, at the Gallery Cafe, a perfect oasis from the hustle and bustle outside.  Here, I can catch up with myself and my intentions. I have just come back from… Continue reading

Ask and you shall receive

I take time to sit down at my desk, with no distraction but the empty screen. A glass of red wine to my left. A plate of sliced parmesan cheese to my right.… Continue reading

You always have a choice

From the backstabbing co-worker to the meddling sister-in-law, you are in charge of how you react to the people and events in your life. You can either give negativity power over your life… Continue reading

Reason & Rhyme (Why & How)

Soft snow is falling again. I am happy. I didn’t like the icy crust that had formed over the snow, the sharp edges and the black pebbles that stained the street. Although necessary… Continue reading

The chance of humming

A man standing on two logs in a river might do all right floating with the current while humming in the Now.   Though if one log is tied to a camel, who… Continue reading

At the end of the day…

At the end of the day you can either focus on what’s tearing you apart, or what’s holding you together. Unknown

Focus; Bow, Arrow and Target

Next, I will post a series of texts copied from  Paulo Coelho’s blog, originating from his “Warrior of Light” directory. It deals with focus, intensions and goals. Here is how it begins… The… Continue reading

The Bow

The bow, that is life will always be with you, and you have to know how to take proper care of it. It needs periods of inactivity – a bow that is always… Continue reading

The Arrow

The arrow is your intention. It is what joins the strength of the bow to the center of the target. Our intentions have to be crystal-clear, straight and well balanced. Once it leaves,… Continue reading

The Target

The target is the objective to be attained. It was chosen by you. Here lies the beauty of the path: you can never apologize by saying that the adversary was stronger. Because it… Continue reading