Day 22 (June 2013) Before we left our first destination at Lake Malawi we witnessed an intriguing task performed just outside the building next to our car. A worker stuck two wires into an outside electric outlet and to fasten them in place he used a pencil in each hole. He then proceeded to walk … Continue reading The tale of two markets.
Monze to Pioneer. The worst day of my African travels was the day before the Malawian border. By the end of the day I was in bed telling Derek that if it was possible to fold me up and put me in an envelope I would ask to be posted back home and he could … Continue reading Traveling Sucks! Is what I said.
Definition of potter around/about British. : to spend time in a relaxed way doing small jobs and other things that are not very important He spent his holidays pottering around the house/garden. http://www.merriam-webster.com › dictionary › potter around › abo Being busy Being busy is often a response to not knowing what to do … Continue reading Pottering about.
Life is hard
Please take a break
There is so much information out there
you don’t need more
Still your worried mind; breathe in deeply and make a conscious effort to get in touch with Peace. Ask Peace to be your friend as you go through these trials.
Let's take a moment to be mindful of all who are deeply involved body, mind and soul whether on the giving or receiving end.
...traveling 'blind' in the wilderness is very exciting on the one hand but when we realized we were lost and didn't know where we were or when we would find a place to sleep it was very anxiety provoking. This type of situation asks me to reach deep into myself...
Discover your restorative 'treatment' What have you experienced that has depleted your energy? Maybe you organized an important event or used up all your energy on a project at work or had major surgery. Did you find something restorative to do to re-energize you? I discovered that art can be a refreshing activity if … Continue reading Your energy depleted after challenges…
How do we bridge the gap Created by anxiety or anger The emotions that ripple-effect Pushing back I can’t reach or won’t reach Till I resolve to make a way Coming forwards Owning my baggage Acknowledging the impact on you Only as we want to work together no ifs' or buttes Only as we let … Continue reading Together we bridge the gap.
It was a steep learning curve setting up camp in the half dark not knowing where anything was: you could hear my very ill-tempered mutterings from within the lug-boxes, 'I can’t find anything'... 'where are the matches?' as I frantically waded through eating utensils, pots and food.