The following page is among the reasons I got, and still have, a Facebook account:
What we see -or let see- about a human is not what he/she is deep inside.
We ought to treat the others with respect, discreetness and, MOSTLY and MAINLY, 💛 💙 love 💚 ❤!
We ought to keep in mind the above quote, because others’ kind behaviour does not mean we can tread on them physically or psycologically…
On the other side, it’s such a pity to me that, sometimes, we have to be nasty and show off the dark side of ourselves in order to get the respect and kindness every living creature on mother Earth deserves…
Enlightment ✨ & mindfullness 👀 to us all, dears!
I always wondered why a lot of my teachers were grumpy. Well, not really a lot of them but for some reason, teachers in general exude this malevolent energy. Okay, that’s an exaggeration. But in a funny twist of fate, I became a teacher – a mean teacher at that. And I realized it’s necessary to wear that “mean teacher” mask in order to have some semblance of a class.
I taught in the public school for two years and it’s one of the toughest jobs I ever had but it was also a character-building experience.
Sadly, the teaching profession in the Philippines seem to have lost its glory. Blame it on low pay (although better compensation and benefits is currently being pushed). Or they’re just being worked to death with extra tasks (serving as school nurse or librarian on top of being an advisory teacher). Plus tons of unnecessary…
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No comments😐 from me! Johncoyote says everything on my behalf 😉!
Choose the road you love
A Poem by Coyote Poetry
to Buddhism comes when all passion, hatred and
delusion die out and the soul is released from the
necessity of further purification.)
Thank you lord of life and death.
Thank you for the fresh water to drink.
Thank your for the clean air to breath.
Thank you for the green Earth that supplies shelter and food.
Allow me to protect and give respect to Nature.
Give me wisdom and common sense to do what is right.
I sit at the crossroad of a life.
I looked back and thank the Lord of life and death
for my life.
I tell the young people around me.
“The Nirvana of a blessed man is to loved a…
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I have been away from a computer device for two days, I know the Women Day is already past on a calendar, but I could not resist sharing this wonderful article about women. Besides, to me, all these kind-of-anniversaries are valid all year long and not only on a specific day of a year.
I have always admired Indian people for the way they handle their pass on Earth via life. They show respect to every creature, they are highly connected to the whole nature itself.
Enjoy, then, what they think of women ☺: