The moral of the story is that life by its very nature is capricious and unpredictable. Our concepts and beliefs regarding luck and misfortune are very limited since we can never see the big picture nor predict the future.
Thank God for books. It showed me that it is possible to dream again. An inexhaustible sea of information at your fingertips, cataloging the entire human body of knowledge and immortalizing the deeds of men in the annals of history. Forever etched in ink.
If I were to ask you how long do you think 1,000,000 seconds is what would you guess? Go ahead, take a guess and convert it to an equivalent number of hours, days, months or years.
Further to my post detailing all the “hurdles one must brave and navigate should they wish to start a website” – today I had to wrestle with that of creating a memorable site slogan (which is the WordPress “tagline” that appears under the title of your blog). I thought I would share my personal notes […]
Too much information can ironically be detrimental. Again, the Laws of Economics apply here. Too much of a good thing becomes bad. Just like lobster tastes good. But keep stuffing it down your throat and you will soon feel like vomiting.
Breathing smoothly and deeply works wonders for the body in general. It gives you more energy. It can center and calm your mind. And it will give your voice power and consistency. Once you learn to breathe as calmly and steadily as a child does, you are on your way to fabulous vocal reaches.
Phew. After lots of huffing and puffing I finally got this up and running. Who would have thought that setting up a seemingly simple blog such as this would be so much trickier than I originally thought! Decisions. Decisions. Decisions. Indecisions. Indecisions. Indecisions. There were so many considerations. For all ye aspiring webmasters 😉 – here […]