Any resemblance to existing or past events is purely coincidental.
Anger. We see it and we feel it all around us lately. It’s the emotion that is ever present in our personal lives, on the television, on the radio, via social networks: everywhere people are getting angry. Where does all this anger come from, what is it’s function and how can we limit the flow of anger in our daily lives?
One of the most inspirational speeches in recorded history was given by a comedian by the name of Charlie Chaplin in the movie “The Great Dictator”.
Los Angeles-based photographer and composer Felix Salazar recently captured some beautiful macro shots of aquatic wildlife. The colour and shapes are so impressive that they look like digital creations. Salazar selects the coral photos from hundreds of attempts. You can see much more on his website.
We find and share inspiring stories from around the world. We invite you to read them, re-read them, meditate on them and share them with as many people as possible.
Today, A Fable for our time number 1: The Farmer’s Donkey, author unknown.