I believe more in synchronicity than mere coincidence, and who am I to decide one or the other? Perhaps it is both, or neither, or everything in between. I choose to believe there is meaning and purpose in my life, and to find meaning in its many moments, "meaningful coincidence" (as Carl Jung described synchronicity) … Continue reading Note to self
I wrote an email, somewhat scathing in tone, a few days ago. Entirely justified at the time, I thought. I felt I was being unduly taken advantage of, that the prospective recipient of the email was intentionally obstructive and perhaps malicious, at best unthinking and uncaring. Well, I had to defend myself, don’t I? I … Continue reading It is not what it seems… maybe
Do you feel this? Wise words by Daniel Littlewood ~ FlorenceT © 2017 FlorenceT Copyright reserved. The author asserts her moral and legal rights over this work.
...to learn the lessons of finding meaning in what was unsaid, finding beauty in the in-between spaces, finding grace and strength being silent...
Well, I kept the promise to myself to meditate for 30 minutes every day for the month of May. Mid-way through this Mindful in May challenge, I decided to extend myself to meditating morning and night. For a long time now, I have dabbled with meditation, knowing full well its positive impact on my day, … Continue reading I can… it is done #BeWow
Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size But when I start to tell them, They think I'm telling lies. I say, It's in the reach of my arms The span of my hips, The stride of my step, The curl of my lips. … Continue reading Phenomenal Woman #MayaAngelou
What is love? My intellectual and philosophical mind says, “depends on what you mean by ‘love’”. What love is is esoteric and undefinable – at least not comprehensively definable. What would become of the mystery, excitement, thrill, fun, joy… if love is objectively definable. When we speak of love on a human level, it is … Continue reading Love’s definition
A different view on Fifty Shades of Grey…
I asked Florence to write a piece about 50 Shades of Grey since she had both read the books and seen the movie. With her therapist and lawyer/professor background I thought it would an interesting and intelligent experience for us all. Did it turn out as I expected? Read and find out. If you dare. If I were you, I might hide.~Ronovan
Fifty Shades of Grey (’50 Shades’) – trilogy and movie – have caused quite a storm in the media. Its critics have labelled it anti-feminist, for glorifying abuse and violence, for normalising domestic violence, and the list goes on.
In the wake of socio-political discourses rippling through social and news media, I (and eleven gal pals) went to see it on the second day after it was released.
The story in a nut shell
A little about the trilogy and the movie for those who have not read…
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On a door in a house... Close up of some of the quotes: So, what's your initial reaction to the quotes? Stop and then, what do you think of the messages? What impression does the person who stuck these on the wall leave with you? Wishing you good fun and joy, - FlorenceT © … Continue reading A perspective – there is no normal