life blossom
Let your life blossom.
With roots secure and nourished.
Find your Middle Ground.

Find your Middle Ground is about stepping away from stressful days and anxious minds, and taking time to pause.

When we are mindful of the present moment and simply allow it to be, we open a door to our natural state of being – accepting, loving, peaceful, kind and content. Most of us are so distracted and moving so fast that we get caught up in the world of “doing” or worrying about what we should be doing next.
Too much doing and thinking disconnects us from our sense of “being”and who we really are.

I write about finding this place of connection, contentment and peace in the highs and lows of life. I call it our Middle Ground.

31 comments on “Haiku – blossom

  1. Oh dear Val, you sum it up so perfectly. 🙂


  2. Indeed. Very true words.

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  3. You’re absolutely right. I should take a break too and find my middle ground

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  4. Those are wise words, perfectly suited to the times we live in!

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  5. This afternoon we are going to “just be” on the beach!

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  6. I shall try to put this into practice Val. It’s not always easy to do because life is complex and awful things sometimes happen, but your seemingly simplistic verse is full of wisdom: the more rooted you are, the more able you are to take control of your life. Basically, taking care of yourself allows you to blossom, I think.

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  7. Enjoy your Pause time and mindfulness in Peace and tranquillity Val I am taking my own pause, as my PC is going for a service.. So will be off line a few days. Love and Hugs and enjoy your peace dear friend xx ❤

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  8. Great advice! This is exactly what I needed today, Val.

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  9. Middle ground-yeah right!

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  10. With nourished roots, we can spread our wings and soar!

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  11. This is so true and very well said.😉🌸🙏🏼

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  12. Now in my retirement years, I am seeing all the things that I missed in the busy years. Taking time to be in the now. It’s exciting and exhilarating.
    By the way, I am seeking your approval to use your award free blog button on my blog. Apologies, I hadn’t thought to ask first.

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  13. Always trying – to find it okay to “be” more than “do.” xo

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