Lovely Words Vol. 12

May 24, 2010


Welcome to the May 24, 2010 edition of Lovely Words. It seems that 2010 has just begun and it’s almost half way over already. Where does the time go? I pray you take a few minutes from your day to become fully present to appreciate the world around you. Have a cup of tea, sit back, relax and enjoy the gift of words these amazing writers have prepared for you.



Robert Lew Terrell presents the reflected moon: glittering void posted at lunar moths, saying, “Reflected Moon blog contains original haiku of poet Robert Lew. I write about many subjects – nature, seasonal, humor, animals – and often from an existential viewpoint.”


Byteful Travel presents Why Long Distance Friendships Always Fade posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “As wonderful as it is, there are palpable challenges associated with making friendships as you travel from place to place. In this article, I’ll explain the core of the problem, and the way you can intelligently solve the problem without much effort, because the problem is solved through understanding and self-knowledge.”
Woody Haynes presents A Lesson From Apollo 17 – Send A Moon Beam! posted at Recommended Resources Jax, saying, “Love knows no distance. Finding a meaningful way to let someone know how much they mean to us.”


Laura Grace Weldon presents Dancing Babies & World Peace posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, “We’re born more attuned to music than speech. Yet until this most recent generation and the benefits of music-sharing technology, few of us had the benefits of wide exposure to music beyond our own cultural borders. Building bridges of understanding can start with music. It can start before language, right about the time that first smile emerges. We’re made for music. Lets listen to each other’s.”


Woody Haynes presents Pay It Forward posted at Recommended Resources Jax, saying, “Refreshed and inspired by an encounter with a man who was fishing at Little Talbot Island. Paying it forward is a way of life … and what a life it would be if we all actively sought out others t bless.”
Angela Peterson presents 20 Distinguished Writers and Their Drink of Choice posted at Online University Reviews, saying, “Stereotype dictates that brilliant, decorated, well-educated writers take to alcohol with as much – if not more – impassioned enthusiasm as they do their literary craft.”



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  1. Thanks for including my article about long distance friendship, C.J. I think it will promote some discussion and thought on this common challenge.

  2. Byteful, thank you so very much; It is a lovely article.

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