- 27/07/2016Welcome to the "Why" Hive.
Why am I alive? Even moreso, Who Am I? What is my Purpose in Life? (....or do I have one at all?)
Religion, belligerence, reflections, introspections, imaginations, paginations, pain, gain, money, honey, the cat and the flowers, nature and its powers: all are fair game with no shame.
Have an open mind. No judgements, no arguments, just an open door for reflections that pour from the heart that bleeds and pleads to know more.
No one can adequately answer it all. We're just here to listen to your call. With love and understanding, tolerance for all.
Comments27/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 I just love you, Randy💋 ! Remind me to tell you of the song my Dad sang to me every night....it is called, "Tell Me Why" and I sang it to both my children, too. Hey, perhaps I'll make a music video for you and then that can be your RX LAUGHTER PRN (as needed) with a huge LMAO too! You ROCK!
- Producer26/07/2016Why I write // Por qué escribo (English & Español)Picture of my actual Moleskine.I write because I need it.I write to look at myself in the mirror of my written words.I write to bring order inside me. And to disorder as well.I write to remember.To find and rummage in my memories.I write because it...
Comments27/07/2016 #40 Mamen Delgado#37 Thanks @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD, from the bottom of my heart... That's the answer of our dearest @Ali Anani to my comment about how easily the children adapt to changes. We are in continuos change and being newborn adults at every second. Happy we connected. 💫27/07/2016 #37 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#30 #28 #29 #23 and all (there's a plethora I cannot do justice here!): I see not just superficial compliments, but a genuine and picturesque nudging of a sweet and new babyBee to poetry...it's poetic in itself. And to @Mamen Delgado View more#30 #28 #29 #23 and all (there's a plethora I cannot do justice here!): I see not just superficial compliments, but a genuine and picturesque nudging of a sweet and new babyBee to poetry...it's poetic in itself. And to @Mamen Delgado, you said, "...and I may add we don't only lose our ability to change, but also the speed of adaptation slows down. We grow older not in age only, but in our rigidity and confusement."
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/the-change-and-adaptation-gap ~ be rest assured, my dear friend and love, that this is a new life of 'infinity' for you. Ageless and timeless, and you are changing with the magic of the bezzz. It's like delivering a newborn baby...the buzzz stays with one becuzzzz one wants to hold on to the feeling of life and a future reeling. Close27/07/2016 #27 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDiAwesome, fantasticó, love the musings and the Moleskine! iKeep writing, señorita! I enjoyed, loved, and contemplated each word! Your train of thought is scenery in poetry, serenity and thoughts, too......💜! Awwwe....keep writing! And to answer your question, I write because I think and I need to get it out of my brain!