In my rose garden
There’s a special rose
The petals are smooth as satin,
and remind me of the good times
The thorns poke at my fingers,
and remind me of the bad times
The smell was so sweet-
Like the one who left me
As I am reminded,
I shed a tear,
Then as more tears shed,
I can no longer see my special rose
When does Earth Hour take place?
Earth Hour 2016 will be held on Saturday 19 March between 8.30PM and 9.30PM in your local time zone. The event is held worldwide towards the end of March annually, encouraging individuals, communities households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour as a symbol for their commitment to the planet.
Our actions today will decide what tomorrow will look like for generations to come. Join us at http://earthhour.org/climateaction to #ChangeClimateChange and create a better future for us and the planet.
We ALL are connected through NATURE and HUMANITY!!
everyday we wake up to a brand new morn
rolling back the sheets then give a little new
a new day is upon us another day to live
another day to love another day to give
the cockerel on the fence standing very proud
with his wake up call so very very loud
telling us rise and get up out of bed
time to face the day and what ever lies a head
To expect is to believe or think that something will happen or someone will arrive.
To expect is to wish or wait for something that would or would not happen.
To expect is to long for something untouchable, someone out of reach.
To expect is to look for a sightless one.
To expect is invisible.
To expect is hope.
Your expectation is believing that “Us” will happen and
“Our Time” will arrive.
Your expectation is wishing and waiting for an impossible chance.
Your expectation is longing for an unreachable touch, unreachable kiss.
Your expectation is an unreachable love.
Your expectation is looking for a sight of an illusion.
Your expectation is killing.
Your expectation is killing you.
If expectation is belief …. I believe in letting it go.
It will come around back to me if it’s meant to be mine.
If expectation is a wish….
I wish for only the best and happiness to you and those that you love and love you .
If expectation is longing..
I will long for you silently in all my brightest days and all my darkest nights.
If expectation is looking ….
I will be looking forward just to hear you, see you and feel you from my longest distance.
If expectation is an invisibility ….
I wish you to feel me and see me with your heart only,
When the night falls, you’re all alone by yourself and dreaming, that’s the moment of “us” right there, where our hearts lie.
If expectation is hope ….
I hope that we will meet again, no matter how long it would take.
I’ll give you the best hug I have …. the best kiss I can
…. and the best love I make.
Finally, if expectation kills ….
Let’s us drop this expectation, move on our life the way we both are supposed to.
I will live a happy life since I have met …. I have done ….
I have found and I have known what the “Right ” is all about.
She Enters The Arena. Once She Removed Her Cape – Everyone Was Spellbound
Laura Sumrall captivated the crowd winning the World Freestyle title at the Kentucky Reigning Cup. She came riding out in a beautiful cape, and as she removed it, wearing a sparkling blue gown resembling that of Elsa’s dress from the movie Frozen.
Laura and her horse, Wimpy’s Top Model, performed a beautiful routine to the iconic song from the movie “Let It Go.” The song sold almost 11 million copies on 2014 alone becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time.
Laura is a student at Texas A&M University and with this performance captured the imagination of children and adults alike. She and her horse certainly have a connection with each other – what a fun performance to watch!
Iyanla Vanzant, accomplished author, inspirational speaker, talk show host and living testament to the value in life’s valleys and the power of acting on faith, goes behind closed doors and deep inside people’s lives for emotional, riveting conversations in the new hit series – Iyanla: Fix My Life
Iyanla has had a unique life filled with many personal struggles, which she has overcome and used to become stronger. Now, she’s back, helping people fix their lives, using her past to help others’ futures.
Secrets will be revealed, truths will be uncovered and emotions will come out as Iyanla teaches us how to pull back the curtain on what is broken in our lives.
Many a’times events have happened in my life .. personal and professional. I have believed that I’ve been wronged one way or another. I know that, after the event, I expected more. Then again, it’s all personal perception. Talking about these issues with some friends and co-workers helps. They have confirmed that an apology is indicated.
However, there are plenty of times in which an apology will never come. There will always be this sensation of void … there will always be the need to hear “I’m sorry” fromthosewho you feel have somehow wronged you.
Life has taught me that sometimes that apology will never come.
Maybe others don’t feel that they have done anything deserving of an apology. This is when one needs to learn that the apology will never come your way.
That’s when life becomes life gets easier. Learn to accept that.
Don’t hold your breath.
An apology is an expression of remorse for something you’ve done wrong, and occasionally serves as a request for forgiveness, as well.
Apologizing for a mistake might seem like an impossible task, but you can get through it by swallowing your pride and putting your best foot forward.
Dr. Gary Chapman is the author of several books, including The Five Love Languages and The Five Languages of Apology.
Either you’re truly sorry or you’re not. I got over it and we briefly resumed the relationship, but sometimes you have to let bygones be bygones… and then BE GONE.
~~The five languages of apology described in the book~~
If the person you’ve hurt has this language, they want to know “Do you understand how deeply your behavior has hurt me?” You need to say you are sorry and what specifically you are sorry for.
If the person you apologize to has this apology language, they want you to accept responsibility for what you did or said and acknowledge that it was wrong.
If someone has this apology language, what they really want to know is “do you still love me?” Your behavior seemed so unloving to them that they wonder how you could love them and do what you did.
~Genuinely expressing the desire to change your behavior~
When this is someone’s apology language, if your apology does not include a desire to change your behavior, you have not truly apologized. Whatever else you say, they do not see it as being sincere.
If you offend someone who has this apology language, the words “will you please forgive me?” are the words they want to hear. Requesting forgiveness is the way to touch their heart and is the way that feels sincere to them.