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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A Thanksgiving Poem

Thanks I give to all of you, for whom
Hope shines into a new light called the
Arts, and for whom the challenges of
New beginnings sprout into rivers of
Knowledge and currents of wisdom that
Support humanity into reaching higher
Goals of promoting a better world, full of
Inspirations to all who wish to transform the
Visions of unity and selflessness into oceans of top
Innovations that ensure a brighter world, where
No one goes through life without the discovery of
Greatness, and the everlasting gift of true friendship!

Dear friends,

First and foremost, I wish to thank you for the gift of your friendship and for supporting my dreams. As you know, I've spent several months attempting to wrap up my writing projects. And now I can finally see the light through the end of the tunnel. The world of an artist is in no doubt a beautiful one for our world is constantly transforming into new ideas, rich characters and out of this world tell tales. May your thanksgiving be filled with hugs, love and many thanks from you and to you!

Love to all,


Sunday, September 4, 2011

The Pursue of a Dream

A dream whether small or larger than life is the fuel that motivate us to wake up every morning and endure the unknown challenges of daily life. Without dreams we become zombies in our own worlds: unmotivated, unhappy, unproductive and non-receptive. However, it is not the lack of dreams that prevent us from achieving to our maximum potential, it is rather the denial of one's own dreams. Therefore, the moment we welcome our dreams and let them into our imagination and into our busy lives, only then we'll give ourselves a chance at something greater.

Friday, February 25, 2011


What does it mean to be frugal? To some it is a word that comes to remind of difficult economic times as the dictionary meaning denotes a prudency to spend. But to me it simply takes me back to the "simple times" where life was simple and we didn't turn many "wants" into "needs!" When I think of frugality, I think of the Native American Indians and their simple-yet beautiful way of life: earth, fire and wind! Or the life of third world farmers where the very source of food takes on an entirely different meaning.