To Know It

      To feel without knowingAnd know by feeling; To say it without wordsAnd know without knowing. To be silently eloquentAnd ask without a question, To get the answer anywayAnd name it with a smile. To know it by a smileAnd pronounce it in the silence, To say it without saying— That’s when you … More To Know It

A Motto For Life

‘Everything in moderation, including moderation.’ Oscar Wilde Follow your heart. Be true to yourself. Do what makes you happy. Be with who makes you smile. Laugh as much as you breathe. Love as long as you live. Say what you need to say. Offer a helping hand when you are able. Appreciate all the things … More A Motto For Life

Your Habits

  “We first make our habits, then our habits make us.”John Dryden Our habits are the single most important part of our life. Studies have found that habits make up 45% of our behavior; showing that habits are behaviours we repeat every day. We are what our habits make us. They are either moving us … More Your Habits

What Really Matters

  “Why do you dwell on things that don’t matter when there are so many things that do?” Dennis Sharpe While it is easy to get stuck on the ‘big’ things of our lives, it is important to take a step back and remind ourselves what is truly important. Being able to see the complete picture … More What Really Matters

Finding Your Star

    Far, yet always presentYou were waiting to be born From a dream long ago you cameWaiting to be seen Sensed by many, but never really seenYour words understood and heard by no one You touched others, but no one touched youYou felt sensation, they were asleep You needed to be foundReborn is an … More Finding Your Star

Non Verbally

”The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said.” Peter F. Drucker Our behaviors and thoughts translate into noticeable expressions that actually spotlight how we are feeling. In fact 93% of the recognizable messages we send to others are through non-verbal communication. Dr. Albert Mehrabian, author of Silent Messages, showed that only 7% … More Non Verbally