Shades of light and dark

A quick recap on last month’s challenge, the Words that Shine experience asked you to check out your own ‘Living Envelope’. How did you go?  I found that once I had unlocked the concept of the living envelope I realised the multifold approach … Continue reading

Our Luminescence glows brightest in the dark times.

Welcome to a great week with Words that Shine From the Etymology Dictionary Luminescence is the evolution of light that does not depend on the temperature of the substance concerned. Luminescence – 1884, from Latin lumen (genitive luminis) “light” see luninous + escence luminous … Continue reading

If you could make a silhouette of your life what shape would it be?

Welcome to Words that Shine – this week I pose a question – a question which I hope will raise your curiosity and intrigue to have a fun look at your life’s shape. If you could make a silhouette of … Continue reading

When we find humour in our own misfortune we create an energy of light for others to see.

When we find humour in our own misfortune we create an energy of light for others to see. (C) JLH  Sometimes there is not much to smile about in the world and I have promised myself to look for the good wherever … Continue reading