Archive for June, 2009

Spotting Spotto!

June 21, 2009

SpotI simply can’t help spotting Spotto! ‘We notice what we choose to notice’. Thanks, Seth!

On giving & receiving

June 21, 2009
Flowers_Omar_PaquiDear friends to many of us around are changing hemispheres. Distances don’t matter for hearts that feel alike. The best lessons learnt – on giving and receiving. Trust. Caring. Fun.
Paqui & Omar

Paqui & Omar ' 2009

With these shared flowers our wishes for: Best of luck! * Късмет * Geluk * Mejor de las suertes * حظ سعيد

And a line of Bulgarian poetry:
‘… Deprive the roses of all their thorns and
You could not call them roses…’ (N. Zaharieva)

Do you settle or not?

June 20, 2009

As a subscriber to Seth Godin’s blog, I can’t help sharing his post ‘On the road to mediocrity’: ‘We settle for something not quite right, or an outfit that isn’t our best look…’ Do we have to? Find out in Seth’s blog.

Time flies

June 19, 2009

Via Capital’s blog (in Bulgarian) today I came across the time-emotion paradox (in English). Now I got it why time flies faster for me in summertime when not only clocks are melting 🙂


Salvador Dalí, 'Melting Clocks' (1931)

20 June 2009 Some 20+ years after Dalí returned to the theme The Persistence of Memory’ (above) with the variation ‘The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory’  (below).


The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory

What’s in a name? In his Salvador – ‘savior’ [Latin].

More of Gibran

June 18, 2009

The Love Letters of Kahlil Gibran to May Ziadah – one reads and wonders – all in letters and writings, and ink sketches. Poetic. Spiritual. Moving.


June 17, 2009

Google_17_June_09_stravinsky09I must be Googleholic. Delight-to-the eyes way of commemorating Igor Stravinsky‘s birthday. Google logo (17 June 2009).