Life’s Purpose


Over at there’s an article from Joanie Faletto you can find your life’s purpose using Ikigai, a Japanese concept which you ask yourself 4 questions.

  1. What do you love?
  2. What are you good at?
  3. What does the world need from you?
  4. What can you get paid for?

If you can find your one thing that answers all 4, you’ve got it made.
Good luck.




“I can shape this day the way I want” – Ben Assado on Where the Wild Men Are.

Letting Go


An interesting read, regarding the Power of Letting Go. Not so sure about the 14 pages of selecting “next” but then, It is what it is. Nice article, though.



When you boil it down to its core, life is about sex and death, everything else is filler, mainly for personal gain in the form of nesting (procreation) or distraction of oneself from the inevitable, giving oneself meaning. A belief



It must be great being a tree. Not knowing, just being.

Just BE


Came to a realisation today whilst walking around outside, looking at some trees thinking they will more than likely be there after I die and that is OK. Everything will be fine. it will just BE.

A Smile


I was lying in bed just thinking of past loves and what they had in common. The following quote formed in my mind.
“Of all the sexiest curves that you have, the most beautiful is your smile.”
There is something truely wonderful meaningful spiritual about a smile.
A great thought to start the day.

Thoughtful quote


Because emails don’t soak up tears.

100 Years


I was watching The Terminator the other day and a seemingly innocent remark from Nancy, played by Shawn Schepps, in the restaurant jumped out at me. “Look at it this way. In 100 years, who’s gonna care”.
Quotes can crop up in surprising places.



As a tribe of one, I move quietly, peacefully, to extinction.