Category Archives: Ideas Worth Spreading

Count your Blessings

“Count your Blessings”, a Haiku by Gregg Hake Before the day is done, Count your blessings one by one— Hold them in your hands. It is far better to meditate upon presences than it is to dwell upon absences. That … Continue reading

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Patience, Love and Hospitality

Have you ever had the experience of being ready for something, but having to wait? Such experiences try your patience, don’t they? It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, everyone deals with the pressure of expectation in every … Continue reading

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Gently

“Gently”, a Haiku by Gregg Hake Gently through the night I ply the celestial sphere— Will I see you there?

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Autumn Wind

“Autumn Wind”, a Haiku by Gregg Hake Distant sunlit tree Lends its voice to the chorus In the autumn wind

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Stilly Morn’

“Stilly Morn’”, a Haiku by Gregg Hake On this stilly morn’ Light marries the morning fog— What shall this day bring?

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Let Love

The wonderful thing about the spirit of love – true love – is that it flows, but never flows away. Love, like perfection, is a fluid thing; it is not static. It cannot be plucked from eternity, even when it … Continue reading

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