Tag: FurtaCor

✤ Back to my (Royal) Roots …

┋One of the things that has so well transferred over from my real life into this world is my love of nature, of greenery, forests, the wild. There’s few places I truly feel peace in, few I can truly call home, but amidst the trees if where I’ve always found that. And so, last week I enjoyed a moment of peace at the Royal Roots Trailer Park & Campground.┋

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✤ On an Angel’s heart

┋There’s a tale in the Caballa that suggests that the Angel of Death is so beautiful that upon seeing it (or him, or her) you fall in love so hard, so fast, that your soul is pulled out through your eyes. I like that story.┋

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✤ Leap of faith

┋“Life is a gamble. There are no sureties. If you want something badly, you’d have to trust your heart and your instincts and then take a leap of faith.” ┋

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✤ Lost in translation…

┋He looked with longing in the distance, as a smile crept on his lips and his forehead relaxed. To his right, bright, cheerful barks resounded. And behind the barks, a voice echoed ‘Well, he’s smiling! Finally! I kept telling him he’s awesome, but I don’t think he understands me…’┋

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✤ Small little ship

┋He took a deep breath in and laughed, as the waves hit the shore. He tapped the paddle against the surf board shortly, to draw her attention and looked on into the distance.┋

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✤ Your punishment is death

┋You filthy, trifling snake. You coil around my arm, climbing up and hoping to get in my ear. Every single day you make the journey and every single day I stick this blade between your fangs and split your head open. You pathetic worm. You can’t kill me! Do you know who I am? You don’t, and your punishment for that is death. Over and over again.┋

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✤ Farming

┋Farming looks mighty easy when your plough is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the cornfield (Dwight D. Eisenhower). But it’s not. Whether you sow corn or ideas, it is still called farming and it retains its difficulty – because whether it’s one or the other, farming remains acutely vital to the survival of humanity (Kulaan D. Dragon). ┋

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