Haiku: An Apology

Mirth and Motivation

“More people should apologize, and more people should accept apologies when sincerely made.” Greg LeMond

Haiku: An Apology - Helps us cross the bridge of forgiveness Haiku: An Apology – Helps us cross the bridge of forgiveness

Words hauled as arrows
Left heart holes like missing teeth…
Where love once called … home

Seven years later
Unexpectedly contrite…
An apology

It was not in jest
Miles across the storming seas
A call … I’m sorry

Can an apology  helps us get on the road to forgiveness? In 2008, Joe Vitale wrote an inspiring book, Zero Limits: The Secret Hawaiian System for Wealth, Health, Peace, and More, in which he shared the remarkable story of how a Hawaiian doctor, Dr Hew Len, used the ancient Hawaiian spiritual tradition of Ho’oponopono, to cure a prison’s mental ward patients. Before you respond with incredulity, let’s remember that words, and the use of them as affirmations, can have tremendous power on our psyche…

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Note to Self.

Natura Salvatierra

I apologize for hurting you,
for finding you unworthy.
For scolding you on all your failures,
and shaming you overtly.
Forgive me for the pain I’ve caused,
and the scars etched on your skin.
For never having faith in you,
or hope you’d ever win.

I see the pain I’ve caused you,
as I stare into your crying eyes.
All those years of ridicule,
yet you forged a great disguise.
In attempts to hide the sadness,
the confusion, and the shame,
Walls were built and hearts hardened,
a numbed person you became.

Never did I learn the procedure,
to approach someone like you.
Always taught to see the good in others,
but for you I had no clue.
I hope to see the day in which
we can harmoniously coexist.
Where we have moved past this strife,
and the pain no longer persists.

I promise to practice acceptance,
for your every perfect imperfection.
To dedicate time to explore us,

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The Key To Unlocking The Twin Flame Connection.

Words of Kate Rose

Image: geralt / Pixabay

Although the twin flame connection is the most difficult to navigate, there is one secret to breaking the pattern of the runner and chaser and changing the direction of the relationship forever.

Regardless of which type of romantic relationship we find ourselves in, one of the most difficult aspects can be how to know if it’s safe to show our hearts.

It’s the inner battle about when to let down our walls, deciding to show the other person just how much they mean to us and precisely how we feel about them.

Love is thought by some to be a game, in which case, many times it seems there is no winner—but it doesn’t have to be this way.

There is never a “right time” to bare our hearts and souls to another person. Perfect timing is purely an illusion of…

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Inferno – Dan Brown novel (Read Online)

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Author Dan Brown
Country United States
United Kingdom
Language English
Series Robert Langdon #4
Genre Mystery, Fact fiction, Conspiracy fiction, Thriller
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
May 14, 2013
Media type Print, e-book
Pages 480 pages
ISBN 978-0-385-53785-8
OCLC 824723329
Preceded by The Lost Symbol

Inferno is a 2013 mysterythriller novel by American author Dan Brown and the fourth book in his Robert Langdon series, following Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol. The book was released on May 14, 2013 by Doubleday. It was number one on the New York Times Best Seller list for hardcover fiction and Combined Print & E-book fiction for the first eleven weeks of its release, and also remained on the list of E-book fiction for the first seventeen weeks of its release.


  • Robert Langdon: A professor of symbology at Harvard University.
  • Bertrand Zobrist

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Exam Season Playlist

The Cambridge Diaries

Joshua Hyslop | If I Was A Better Man      The guitar line is seemingly latino-inspired in parts, and the feel is very peaceful and summery. Despite my issue with its disregard for the subjunctive, the lyrics are uncommon in a way as they capture helplessness and giving up but within such a chilled setting that it manages to be hopeful at the same time. 

Andy Shauf | Covered In Dust     Very slow and simple. Shauf’s voice is a slightly unconventional one but fits perfectly with the song.

Alexi Murdoch | Blue Mind     Murdoch’s voice has a beautiful Scottish burr which coupled with the repetitive guitar line makes the song one of the most relaxing sounds I have ever heard.

Alexi Murdoch | All My Days     Similar in style and tone, but slightly faster.

James Bay | Let It Go     No…

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Judith Kusel

In the beginning of all time, when the first soul and soul groups were birthed, a lot of these new souls that were born decided to take on Androgynous form… thus the male and female in one body…..

As a soul consists of pure energy, and thus within one soul, there are a million shards or pieces of soul, in the form of particles of energy, the male and female, positively and negatively charged particles thus form, what one would see or visualize as a SPIRALLING FORM OF ENERGY, at its most stretched part, forming a concentric circle…. This, then when in Androgynous form…

At one stage in the evolution of intelligent life, and thus the evolution of what one can term a human-like form, a lot of souls, wanted to experience life, in the more male aspect of form and female aspects of form. Thus a certain number of…

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Elie Kallab | Harvard Conference 2016

An excellent and inspiring talk:
“Your life is an unfinished painting and as an artist of that painting you must fill in all the ugly holes to make it beautiful! I learned, through my journey, to love myself. I encourage you all to do that as well. Once we achieve this, we can start to love each other: our neighbors, our peers, and even the ones that seem so very different from us. Let us love each other and be kind to one another, because if we are able to spread more kindness, we will be able to bring more light to those who need it.”