Audio Poem/Podcast: Ode to the Berries, by Mark Tulin

Crow On The Wire

Special shoutout to Lucy Dan and her fine site, The Brain is a Noodle, for publishing Ode to the Berries. And to Cecilia Par on Unsplash for providing the feature image.

Over the last few years, berries have been a major part of my morning breakfast habit. You can see me at the sink going through various berries, weeding out the bad and saving the good ones for my oatmeal. Sometimes I feel like Rafael Nadal choosing the right tennis balls. I just don’t take pleasure in chewing berry stems or ones that are too mushy. Enjoy Ode to the Berries. If the podcast is not up yet, please come back.

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Trust Your Emotions

Be Inspired..!!

Don’t underestimate your emotions. Or overestimate them. Your emotions are your feedback system and for that they are very important. Trying to ignore your emotions is like depriving yourself from lights in a car running in the middle of the night.

We’re equipped with this fantastic set of tools called emotions, yet we chose not to use them. By fear of “breaking” it or just by lack of trust. Emotions are the most sensitive tool for assessing our path.

Positive emotions: we’re on the good track, negative emotions: there’s something we should work on. You may chose how to express your emotions if you want, but not trusting them would be simply stupid.

Look into your heart first. And then, if everything is fine there, bring everything in your mind for some adjustments.

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