If you are confused, be confused

He said:
Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers?

I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
Would you advise starting with a free platform
like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are
so many choices out there that I’m completely confused … Any recommendations?


Tips and hints…? I´m afraid I don´t have any…

Free platform or paid option…? Who could tell but you…

One thing I know for sure though: Stop aspiring… – just write if you feel the inner
urge to…
Express whatever is within and dawns upon you. Communicate with others, but communicate above all with yourself. As you chose to comment on this very post about the importance of vigilant listening, LEARN TO LISTEN EAGERLY both to yourself and others.

We have far too “many choices” because we tend to look for answers too much on the “outside.”

If you are confused, be confused! Write about your confusion and see what´s happening.

A truly good quote

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.

-Leo Buscaglia

Tune your instrument before you play it

There is no clear destination or predefined purpose in life.
The only worthwhile goal is your being tuned with yourSelf now.

Dwell in your own harmony, in your own trust.

Find your own pace and measure.

The beautiful music of your True Being.

Watch out for too much coherence

Be obscure clearly.

 – E.B.White

Learn to lose it all

…if you wanna win it

My virtue is being chained

Most humans cannot handle Freedom – they don´t know what to do with it,
as it serves no apparent purpose.

“I am a respectable citizen – my chain is my virtue.”


Insanity is always democratic

For the insane, the sane man is a threatening abnormality.

The most twisted philosophy of life

The precept “The things I refuse to look at don´t exist” is the worst kind of folly.


A great quote

Reality is an illusion, albeit a persistent one.

-Albert Einstein

Why do people attract severe diseases?

R. sais:
My aunt has severe cancer. I’m her next relative. During daytime I stay with her in the hospital. She gets morphine so she has no pain. But she’s dozing all the time and so I can’t communicate in a normal manner with her.

Well, I know she is on her way to heaven (or wherever) and there’s nothing I can do except being with her. But that’s most important, too.

In the nearness of death one realizes what life is about…Everything is so fragile…so utterly vulnerable. So irrevocable…So terribly mysterious.

I wonder really: why do people attract these severe kind of diseases?
What is the Real Cause behind?…

I have been pondering on this question for a very long time.

I am aware that it may sound cynical and far fetched, but nothing happens randomly – it seems to me that sickness is some kind of inverse compensation for certain things we refuse to see, approve of and confront…

With other words, the reluctance to accept and acknowledge certain vital inner issues are played out by the body in the form of disease, in order to be considered.