Writing from inspiration

Many times I want to sit and write my thoughts and my feelings. I think of so many things all at the same time. And I’m constantly getting disrupted and distracted. I lose my train of thoughts. And I don’t end up writing anything. So I learned that if I don’t actually just start typing what’s on my mind, it will be gone and it won’t come back. This is what inspired writing is. You write when Continue reading

Italian Proverb 6

Chi vuol andar salvo per lo mondo, bisogna aver occhio di falcone, orecchio d’asino, viso di scimia, bocca di porcello, spalle di camello, è gambe di cervo.

English Translation:

To go safely through the world you must have the eye of a falcon, the ear of an ass, the face of an ape, the mouth of a pig, the shoulders of a camel, and the legs of a deer.

Translation by: C. DC.



“I now forgive and release everyone and everything that can possibly need forgiveness in my life. Thank you for helping me see a side of my life that allowed me to become whole.” ~ Andrew Lutts

Italian Proverb 5


Il tuo tempo è limitato, non sprecarlo vivendo la vita di qualcun altro.

English Translation:

Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life.

Translation by: C. DC.