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Wisdom piling high
Inspirational clutter
Time to share and clear
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This is a photograph of the “inspirational” side of my desk. The other side is for paying bills and running day to day things.

As I sat down at my desk today I realized that I haven’t gone through my own notes for some time, and as you can see, the inspirational books are piling high.

Instead of seeing this as a spiritual candy store to browse through to find treasures, it came to me that it is more like hoarding. Its time to share and clear this space.

I am committing to choose one inspiration from each book, review my own notes and to share here on Find Your Middle Ground.

I’m excited to uncover old and new words of wisdom and to publish posts from a wide range of sages!

About Val Boyko

Val Boyko is originally from Scotland and came to the United States over 25 years ago. At "Find Your Middle Ground" Val brings together her experience as a life coach, yoga teacher and mentor, to inspire awakening to the light and inspiration within us all. This blog is a place of exploration and discovery as we all explore finding harmony and peace, in the highs and lows of life πŸ’›

45 comments on “Haiku – spiritual declutter

  1. looking forward to those inspirations…

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  2. Sharon Lawrence

    What a wonderful thought. Can’t wait for all your β€œshares”.

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  3. What a clever idea!

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  4. Looking forward to what you will share with us, Val! πŸ’–

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  5. Sounds like a wonderful plan Val πŸ€“β˜ΊοΈπŸ•Šhave a productive and peaceful day ~ hugs hedyπŸ€—πŸ’«

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  6. Great idea! I see we’ve read many of the same books. The Untethered Soul sits behind this computer, too.

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  7. Excellent!
    Happy harvesting . . . and sowing.

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  8. A great idea – I’m looking forward to seeing your gleanings. ❀

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  9. I look forward to reading what you share!

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  10. I can relate to the words inspirational clutter’, hoarder :)) I love your idea for revisiting these pearls of wisdom to share around.

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  12. Pleeeease share more ❀️

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  17. Piling of books on desk means knowledge . Full of knowledge . I went through your blog . Full of inherent knowledge . Man does/thinks different things in different times . Not going through a book on table is not a big fault . To my mind , not having a book on the table is a Fallacy of especial type . If books are there on the table , one day or other, you may go through them . Not going through your own note is not again a thing to be highlighted so much as it is you who have prepared this note at one time . So , overall your blog is inspiring and thought provoking as such .Thanks !

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