Mimosa Pudica is a creeping annual or perennial herb, also called sleepy plant, Dormilones or shy plant. This herb proves that plants, besides being alive, can react very quickly although they don’t have a nervous system. Proverbial this herb is also called sensitive plant or touch-me-not and therefore in The Netherlands the link has been made to a quick-tempered, touchy person. In Dutch a ‘Kruidje-roer-me-niet’. [READ MORE]

This Manifesto I wrote as a gift to myself for my 46th birthday. Since then, I reflect every couple of months to review the words still represents me:

Acknowledge ;-)

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9 Responses

    1. Thank you dear Helena 🙂 I had a wonderful day…visited my 6-days-old niece, finished the manifesto and watch Max Verstappen become third in F1 race. Yes, truly a wonderful day 🙂
      Hope all is well with you too! Big hug, XxX

  1. There’s so much to celebrate in this post! Belated birthday wishes, but I hope you embrace my practice of spending an entire month celebrating. One day is simply not enough. And congratulations on becoming a Master Coach. I love your manifesto Patty. Doesn’t it feel good to declare boldly, proudly, authentically what you stand for? Yay to manifestos and yay especially to you.

    1. Thank you dear Deborah 🙂
      Writing that Manifesto, I remembered you loving those and I now totally share that love. Since publishing my personal one, I feel ‘free’ of old burdens. Celebrating a month? What about celebrating live every day, as long as I may travel here ? 😉
      Big hugs, XxX

Love to connect with my neighbors on our globe :-)

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