Showing posts from June 30, 2009

Work is Just Playing

Work is a gift of life. It deals with a lot of processes, and can be defined in many ways. For kids, work is just playing like building blocks, doing homework, and cleaning up tiny cabinets.

I heard from a teacher way back my younger years that when you love your work, you wont get tired doing it. It becomes a way of life and art expressed in serving and sharing with others.

If you have work, then you get paid. Of course, the need to survive and pay for basic needs and bills, though the salary comes secondary. What matters is service and making things easy and beautiful for others. It’s a sign of progress when buildings are erected, and schools, churches, and communities are built. Nations grow nearer the sky.

If you work seriously, you have to go the extra mile like working more than eight hours a day. Like staying awake sometimes and meeting deadlines and results. It is making things happen and not just dreaming and waiting for others to do things. It is doing initiative…

The Third Eye

June 26, 2009

The Third Eye

Tony Perez, noted playwright and my Drama teacher is a psychic guru!

Perez assents, “Everybody is gifted with a third eye because everybody has psychic abilities, albeit in different in different degrees of development. If that were not true, we would be incapable of recollection, of remembrance, of memory, of foresight, and of imagination.”

Perez says the third eye is a popular term that refers to one’s psychic vision or spiritual insight. It is typically depicted in visual art as being located in the middle of one’s forehead. “While this is graphically useful, it is also misleading because true inner vision is always from within – whether in one’s mind or in one’s heart,” he says.

It is all a matter of switching on the power to see. Turning on the third eye helps us see spirits and read people. With it we can go back into the past and see things in the future. We may also interpret dreams, visions and understand a message from a friend, a close relative…