SLow Grooves

Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire. ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin 

Cinnamon honey in my coffee… how progressive..!!

Routine is a good thing.  It creates grooves in our brain. Makes us feel part of something dependable. Inspirational random unusual acts help the brain to expand and grow. This puts us outside of our comfort zone. We create new grooves in our brain. This is an intellectual process that we need to keep on going. As in a vinyl record, sometimes we can get caught up in the same old grooves. Although this is comfortable for us of course, sometimes we need to listen to different tunes and expand our sensitivities.

A country and their government do get caught up in a simple safe motif as well.


I suppose good capitalism, as well as communism, can work progressively, which is letting these Inspirational random unusual acts of change motivate a culture or community or person for the better. Over a long period of time a stream or river can wear down big rocks, So too can progressive and humanistic was of creating. It is subtle change but slaps our awareness as noticeably unusual, It is happening right now under our noses. I like what I see.

This must inspire hopefulness in our hearts.

This cold Monday morning I went shopping at Ralphs Grocery.  I have not been there for a long time. I noticed these Inspirational random unusual acts of change. It is happening ever so slowly.  Progressive and healthier products are being sold to the community,..more and more every day.


Just some silly thoughts while drinking my coffee.

Author: Hudley Flipside

Welcome to Hudley Flipside’s “The Seminary Of Praying Mantis Publishing.” Praying mantis shows me her story of life, death, and rebirth. For me she is an image or symbol of the divine in all things. I watch the praying mantis in my garden and have taken her image as my logo. She is an amazing little creature, and I relate to her connection to nature. We are both wild and part of this strange world. She is a part of my mythology as I am part of hers.

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