Month: May 2010

  • Finding at what point we exist

    Bird Droppings May 31, 2010 Finding at what point we exist Today is an ordinary day other than being one extra on a long holiday weekend. Today we celebrate Memorial Day honoring our veterans and military friends and family members that have fallen in service to our country. Over the years thinking back to high […]

  • To die a happy death:

    Bird Droppings May 28, 2010 To die a happy death: I have been teaching high school now for nearly ten years and this will be tonight another graduation ceremony and celebration of sorts. I am starting my day a bit later than normal since we work late tonight due to the graduation at eight o’clock. […]

  • Storms at night

    Bird Droppings May 27, 2010 Storms at night I wish storms had a better scheduling manager at times while it looked at times last night that a storm was imminent it never came. I had gone out to bring the dog in and clouds were swirling around a nearly full moon providing quite a view […]

  • Cultivating the inner self

    Bird Droppings May 26, 2010 Cultivating the inner self “If people find no room in their lives to pray or to meditate, to reflect deeply on why they have been created and what they must do with their lives, and to listen with all of their being to the guidance of the universe, then these […]

  • Looking at lyrics from an old friend

    Bird Droppings May 25, 2010 Looking at lyrics from an old friend I first started listening to Neil Young’s music in 1967 or so possibly even earlier if you count Buffalo Springfield, a short lived band and of course 1968 with Crosby Stills and Nash at Woodstock. While I did not make it to Woodstock […]

  • Searching for knowledge

    Bird Droppings May 24, 2010 Searching for knowledge “All things in the world are two. In our minds we are two, good and evil. With our eyes we see two things, things that are fair and things that are ugly…. We have the right hand that strikes and makes for evil, and we have the […]

  • Innocence

    Bird Droppings May 23, 2010 Innocence “Look at children. Of course they may quarrel, but generally speaking they do not harbor ill feelings as much or as long as adults do. Most adults have the advantage of education over children, but what is the use of an education if they show a big smile while […]

  • Being human

    Bird Droppings May 21, 2010 Being human “If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” Mother Teresa Such a simple opportunity for us as humans and we have been given that with recent events around the world, wars, floods, typhoons, oil spills and even just here at home families losing houses and […]

  • THank you

    Bird Droppings May 20, 2010 Thank You So often we forget to say thank you. I have often said we are surprised by nature be it using such descriptive words as coincidence or synchronicity as events unfold. I was heading out to walk the dog and a great starry sky was directly in my path. […]

  • The depths of our soul

    Bird Droppings May 19, 2010 The depth of our souls I received an email from a dear friend some time ago after I Had written about humor in one of my Bird Droppings and it truly made me think and as I pondered for several days before I responded and it scares me how we […]