The dark knights come every night. They have stories to tell, songs to sing, poems to recite and adventures to share. It always is lively is filled with noise, laughter, music and dance.
They come at different times throughout the night. Sometimes before sleep and sometimes when only vampires are awake looking for prey. All I am certain is that once one comes the rest will follow soon after. They are something like the Knights of the round table just that in their case itâ€™s called the dark knights of the round table. Continue reading
Life is never fair.
[photo by: I See Modern Britain via flickr]
Many of us have ideas and dreams. Many of us love to procastinate. Many of us fail to get started on our ideas and dreams, let alone completing any of them. Indeed, “without the doing, dreaming is useless”. Designer and illustrator Rilla Alexander talks about how to complete our ideas and dreams by actually doing it. Read on for the video.
Blessing in disguise: something that at first seems bad, but later turns out to be beneficial. Many people believe that such occurrences are based on luck, on fate. Others take it as a gift from God, saying that it is all in God’s plan. Well, I wouldn’t dispute any of those beliefs but instead would love to propose another ideology, a concept that I strongly believe will benefit many.
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, I fall into this particular idiom many a times in my life. From trying to add new features to my projects, website etc to trying to refine certain aspects of my work. I’ve wasted much time with the end product either being totally unusable or even worse than before. With that said, if we don’t look to improve and add things, how are we going to get the best out of something? I guess the real issue here is to identify whether that particular thing needs to be worked on rather than me wanting to work on it.
Of course it is going to be difficult the justify what falls into a “want” and what is a “need”. Continue reading
â€œEnjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.â€ ~ Robert Brault
[image by: Kalexanderson via flickr]
“I can’t go back and label myself as an outcast because I was a pretty well-adjusted kid, but I can certainly relate to the feeling of being an outsider.” ~ Lasse HallstrÃ¶m
[photo by: Ronn ashore]