Audio Recordings Author Kai Beck Reads Desideratum By Thomas Slatin June 10, 2020 / 17 Comments Kai Beck@theKaiBeck (Remix by Jordan Krumbine) Desideratum Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
It is quite possible to grief on something we lost. We have to think of the future as happiness lies there.
Happiness is for both now and the future. So anything we can make to enable it happen should be welcomed.
This feeling is very familiar. The intangible feeling is most important thing to feel.
Happiness starts from within. Life happens and at times we cannot help but be down. The trick is do not dwell on it for too long. Life is too short for regrets…
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Happiness is a choice. If we look around us, we can find little joy in the most unusual place.
All we should seek is happiness and it is one gift that’s free. so the most we can do is to receive it, it is free
What an interesting scene of the city, I love this type of picture that tells a story.
This looks familiar, just like a scene in a movie. Lovely and cool. Just beautiful for the eyes
A picture with details. This is what I love from your posts. You keep someone mind in a suspense.
Whaooo, what a colorful and busy environment. You made the shot a cool one.
Its interesting how our choices changes while we grow, just like a flash. Even our plans when we younger as we can still remember does seems real like” how could I think of this things”. Lovely piece guy
Life is really a mystery. You really do not know where you are headed, and you do not also know the paths that you must take in order for you to get there. Grieving over things that are lost are also a part of that journey – we cannot simply always have everything we want in our journey through life.
People and children have a tendency to cling to things or people, I think that you have to let go of both people and things in order not to suffer.
It must be so nice to hear your own words being narrated by other people. Thank you for sharing this. It’s indeed a lovely read!
Something that we want sometimes is not something we need. And often times we feel we need something, but in reality we only want it. That’s life!
Interesting article. I never knew the meaning of desideratum until now. Plus the narration is very nice.
I really love your points on how time will heal and when we were young we were way less aware of that. The journey becomes more interesting as we grow more immune and perseverant to life’s challenges. Love the soundtrack and it really amplified your words with more sensation and intensity. Thanks for opening the great discussion.