I am a compassionate researcher, philosopher, blogger, guidance practitioner. Passionately connecting (off- and online) with people on a global scale, for the purpose to exchange knowledge, experiences and perspectives. My personal building stones are the wisdom of our ancestors and of nature. In addition, the knowledge and technology of the 21st century. By sharing these building blocks and offering guidance through my website, I aim to inspire my fellow Human Beings to Connect.

Create, Boost your Soul and Connect

It is a very busy time for me; the vegetable-garden needs attention, my birthday is upcoming weekend, the deadline to finish the study I’ve enrolled in is at the end of this month, and many other tasks are waiting for my attention. So, this is going to be a compilation of Beautiful Posts/Websites/Blogs of others I would like to share with you.

I’ve already mentioned a little while ago, I added Richards tips for writers to my website.

If you happen to have a writers’ block, Gulara can help you with that:
Dr. Gulara Vincent.* She can also help you, if you feel ‘you’re not good enough’.

Do you have completed your story, your book and need a proof-reader and/or an editor? Katherin E. Garland is the woman to turn to: Writing Endeavors.*

Kally of ‘MiddleMe’* provides excellent tips when you would like to start a business for your own, want to be a freelancer. In addition, she also shares beautiful insights and this post by her hand is truly a ‘must read’: What will your eulogy says.


Do you need to Boost your Soul?


Niki of ‘The Richness of a Simple Life’ knows what she’s talking about 😉 Hop over to here blog HERE. Which reminds me! I still need to write my reflection post for week 4 of the Kindness Challenge…

Another Beautiful Soul, Daal, wrote a marvelous piece full of wisdom: When it is Our Light, Not Our Darkness that Most Frightens Us.

Mr. Alozade Ahmed provides free lessons in Digital Art (on my own ‘things-I-want-to-learn-list). Art is a fantastic way to express your feelings and get insight about those feelings. He gathered some beautiful quotes recently: Quotes for Art.

Another great artist, but also a great philosopher of this century, a person with inspiring insights: Mattias Sager. A website about Happy Colorful Growth.

I’ve read during my breaks many more fantastic articles of Beautiful Souls, our neighbors. Curious who I regularly visit? Check my ‘Visit other Beautiful Souls‘ page. Another project I am running so far behind…

Well, I am learning how to go with the flow and my new mantra is helping me how to do that:


It is what it is

As busy as I am, I am never to busy to listen to you, to learn from you, to get inspired by you. Don’t forget to connect with each other, because When Beautiful Souls connect: Love is… Peace is…  😉


* The sites of Kally, Katherin and Gulara I will permalink soon at my homepage for your convenience.

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  1. Sounds a very busy week indeed! Happy upcoming birthday too and some good links to chase down methinks. Hope all is going well my blogging friend 🙂

    1. Hi Gary! Thanks for visiting, since I know you’ve have your own plate full also. As long as I remind myself to breathe every now and then… 😉
      Sending you a big hug! XxX

      1. I saw a notification you had posted this and thought I really ought to pop over more, et voila! You are so right about breathing too! I forget that sometimes and when I do I think its time to make sure friends are visited 🙂

          1. And gratefully accepted Patty, it is hard though to balance ones own writing with visiting. I think most of the good bloggers know this and understand absences too. I will look at that quote methinks. In fact I also did that quote challenge too x

        1. Aaaah, don’t get me started! The only way I can make my main site at WP.org ‘shareable’ for WP users is turning it into a multi-website. I know how to do that, but it involves carefully changing and implementing some codes. It has to wait after I finished my study 😉 But thanks dear friend, really appreciate your love and support. XxX

            1. I finally managed to add the WP press this button 🙂
              Don’t feel obligated, but so happy I found a solution, had to share! 🙂

              1. almost hate to say, as computer problems can be so frustrating – but I can’t find a ‘reblog’ button. perhaps you could send me a link to one one your posts that has it?

                1. It is the blue WP ‘Press this button’. But I will send you an email today of the post you wanted to share and of another one, I really would love if you could share it. Big hug!

                  1. Lovely!

                    Have had a super busy day so am seeing this only new. It’s late now so will have to check for your email tomorrow. Many thanks for it ?

                    Btw am still not finding wp button …

                    1. No rush, dear 😉
                      It should be visible, right below the word ‘acknowlege’ underneath the post and above the ‘like’ button. Next to the ’email-button’….

  2. Thank you for the post lovely.
    You are a beautiful soul indeed. Always find u helping others.
    So good to visit you.

    N wen is ur bday?
    Happy Birthday. Stay happy alwz.


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