'A sense of humour lends you poise, it gives you balance and it helps you to bend without breaking'

(HH Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda)

MenoSundays; Life Lived Lovingly

Thank you for the kind wishes and thoughts the other day... and apologies for the lack of a Friday post. It really has been a testing week. Mac1 is here this weekend again, spelling me on the cares front whilst I bake up a storm - had intended lots of posting here too, but let's not get over-excited, eh?  Meanwhile, do ponder the following:


  1. Hey YAM...sending lots of Capital L's to you, Dad and Mac 1. I think I smell you lovely baked goods over here.
    You all remain in my thoughts and prayers
    Hugs HiC

  2. all true and I am afraid our world is becoming a hell quickly, even more here than other parts of the world.

  3. Sending you lots of hugs and virtual support. That quote is awesome.

  4. We wish all the world could ascribe to that message especially in this trying time of a pandemic. Our paws are crossed for you and your family as you care for your dad.

  5. Beautiful post _()_
    Stay well.

  6. What is it about the human condition that we can know these things and find it so difficult to make it effective? I have never understood an emotion as strong as hate, but perhaps in the balance of all things, if we are to love well and long there will also be some hate (somewhere) in the world. Often we can only know a thing by seeing it contrasted against its alternative.

    1. Hari OM
      this is true - balance is ever the key! Yxx

  7. Every day, a new start, I wish you all the best. I know your are doing the best you can.

  8. May the baking help you recentre and rest to be ready for next week. Hugs.

  9. Great quote. So true. This world definitely can have more of compassion, empathy, love, peace and understanding.

  10. When a young married the pastor's wife said she wondered if we were not living at hell at the time. Made me realize that life can be what we make of it. Heaven or hell. namaste, janice xx


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