Andy on God – A Realistic View



I do believe in a greater something, yes. But I’m definitely not religious, nor an atheist.

I believe in Buddha, Jesus and Mohammed as much as I believe in Attila the Hun, Caesar and Alexander the Great – simply because of years and years of research. (Not by me, though) ;)

If you don’t believe in any of the religious guys, then give this thought a… thought:

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When Life Happens


Mind of Andy:

A very inspirational blog and girl from Mombasa, Kenya! :) Take a read!

Originally posted on Beautiful Rumi:

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Where do I start?

It has been the longest while since I have been here. Honestly speaking I have had lots of missing you times…

Unexpectedness

Well, my life took an unexpected welcome turn and I just had to go with the flow. I have finally got my footing, though for a while it felt like I was drifting helplessly.

These past weeks, I have gotten a crash course on life. I have made for myself life altering decisions in a matter of minutes. It has been the scariest moment in my life and yet most rewarding.

I have found myself making some of the world’s biggest mistakes, this one hurts the most. There is nothing as irritating,painful and gut wrenching as cognitive dissonance. This I have had an overdose for a while. Living and appreciating each day as it comes is suddenly having a new meaning in my life.

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I’m about to write a new big post, but I can’t decide the topic.

- Presence

- Being humble

- Splitting people into groups

- Helpfulness

Or something completely different… Please, if you have any ideas or suggestions – feel free to comment below! :) I would appreciate it!

Have a very nice evening :)

I can’t decide – help!

Neither Pointy nor Circulate


Just a humble thought:

Does any complete square exist, that is fully nature-made?

It’s funny that the Homo sapiens see the square as the ideal shape (at least when it come to industry). And yet the nature prefers circles and non-edgy shapes. If  we were to compromise, then how would the world look? If we were to live with and not of the flora, then how would our buildings take shape? The native American tribes who were one with the nature had pointy tents with a circleas the floor.Could the round floor and pointy roof be a metaphor of natures will and the industrial thinking? And the native American’s, who lived
peacefully in between roof and floor, could their behavior be the ideal  to take form on our blue and green… ball?I don’t know if this is any good, but it sure is a considerable coincidence :)Comment below, if you please! :)