Half full, half empty, broken or whole

Kathy Krugerbalance, go with the flow, perspective, yinyang5 Comments

broken hourglass half full

It was bound to happen – my hourglass (well actually half-hour glass) smashed and thousands (maybe millions) of the finest black grains of sand spilt and scattered amongst the shards of glass on my desk. Boisterous three year old boys and hourglasses don’t mix (they don’t really go with anything breakable, even though they are very precious). I heard the … Read More

Kathy KrugerHalf full, half empty, broken or whole

The beauty of impermanence

Kathy Krugerchange, gratitude, happiness, perspective1 Comment

Our footprints in life are as evanescent as our footprints in the sand, or in the snow, which makes enjoying the journey all the more important. You really need to seize the moment to leave your mark on a snowy Canadian beach! The yinyang symbol so simply symbolises the impermanence of all things – there is an endless flow between … Read More

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