What is it REALLY like to be a PhD student? It's not always what it looks like from the outside looking in. U. Ejiro O. Onomake is a third-year doctorate student who lets us in on a very important secret of in this post.
Unexpected repairs come up and will be completed including some budgets.It’s best to withdraw from unpleasant circumstances outside of your personal control, rather than wage war.Your mission is to follow intuition, with good use of logic, and allow change even if it challenges.Opposing Energies: loss, financial hardship, wheeling/dealing, “flash in the pan”You may be experiencing a lack of vitality, so slow down, as rest is important....more
There are some great opportunities available to make progress personally and in business.Additionally, those that teach, and radio/television personalities that reach groups will have an advantage today, propelling their cause.Use this persuasive energy while you can.Opposing Energies: procrastination, fear, lazinessThis is a window in time that sparkles opportunities to master yourself with groups and organizations, based upon your marvelous thinking, gift of gab, and even creative writing!...more
The tree is older than the house and twice as tall.The house is a hundred years old. It's a remnant. A towering reminder of the orchards that covered our neighborhood before working-class Norwegians built sturdy, yet modest houses. In the spring it's a three-story herald of warmer days to come. Magnificent in its blanket of tiny pinkish-white blossoms. Those warm days come and the tiny petals flutter down like sweet-scented snow, leaving a scene like the day after a wedding in our back yard. ...more
As you know if you’ve been following my blog –I haven’t been blogging lately since I took up my new book project. Consequently, this week I decided to share a chapter from my published book, Darkness Overturned. From Chapter Six:...more
For days on end a little titmouse has flown against the vaulted window in our front room. Starting at daybreak and returning again and again until nightfall, it seems to want entrance or passage –persistently undaunted by the fact that neither is obtainable. Trying to see from its point of view, we removed an eye-level reproduction of a little red cardinal perched in a silk plant on top a bookcase. It made no difference whatsoever. Bonk, bonk, bonk, its little beak repeatedly sounds its single-minded, albeit questionable, undertaking. It’s getting a little on my nerves....more
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