Religieus Valentijnsgedichtje


Bij deze mijn tweede gedicht voor Valentijnsdag 2020

Deze keer een religieus gedicht, om troost en steun te geven, aan een ieder die eenzaam is, of zich als zodanig voelt, op Valentijnsdag of op welke andere dag dan ook!

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Valentijnsdag, ook voor Jou

Er is iemand die van je houdt

Hij is jou altijd nabij

Hij ziet jouw hart van goud

Er is iemand die van je houdt

Wat je ook doet, goed of fout

Ongeacht wat je dacht of zei

Er is iemand die van je houdt

Hij is jou altijd nabij

 

Poetry by Enrique   When words become alive...

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What kind of world does a child see when it's 90 years old and looks out the window?
One of the biggest dangers, besides destroying ancient nature and biodiversity, is generational memory loss. A fine term, describing how for each generation the idea of 'nature' is relative to the situation in which that generation was born. If you're born in a world without an Amazon, it's the new norm, and so there's a kind of amnesia. Eighty million more to starve: leaked UN report lays bare catastrophic effects of climate change - Leaked UN Climate Report Warns: “Worst yet to come”. Famine, extreme drought and illnesses, all caused by climate change, will affect millions more people in a matter of decades than has been assumed so far. This is evidenced by a leaked UN draft report explaining the impact on humanity of a rapidly warming planet. Future generations should get a voice on today's political decisions, political scientist Roman Krznaric advocates in his alarming book. The Good Ancestor . How does he see that before him?? How can we be good ancestors?? According to Roman Krznaric (1970), that's the most important question of our time. According to the Australian-British public philosopher, political scientist and writer, never before in the history of mankind, our actions have had such an impact on the future. Think of climate change, the influence of artificial intelligence and biochemical weapons. But future generations are rarely thought when decisions are made, he states in his newest book The Good Ancestor, which appears January 5. Stronger, according to Krznaric, this time is characterized by sickly short-term thinking. Politicians look barely beyond the next election, last poll or tweet. Roman Krznaric. He describes how indigenous tribes, for example, use “seventh-generation thinking”: with every decision they make, they imagine how the seventh generation after them would think about that. In many indigenous cultures, nature has similar rights to humans: the interests of rivers and forests are equal to people's interests. It is always beware of the myth of the noble savage in this subject: I would not want to trade with Amazon residents, and I think Western culture has also brought a lot of good, for short-term human well-being in any case. But there is still much to learn about relation to nature. Mother Earth in the Constitution - To preserve biodiversity, our nature needs rights. -   Keeping Our Planet Liveable? Give Forests and Rivers Rights -   Dasht-e Lut desert - Dash-e Lut is a large desert area, located in southeast Iran. The desert is number 25 in the world by size. In 2014, 61 centigrade was measured here in the desert. As the earth heats up, it gets as hot elsewhere as in Lut, where human habitation is impossible. Climate - Biodiversity - Farmerland -
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Hi, there I am again. Today I saw an email about yoors and then I remembered the platform I had lost sight of for a while.. A few years ago, I created an account here and shared my thoughts about the struggles I was going through at the time.. How I got encouraging responses to it, which actually made me wonder why I quit. Unfortunately things went wrong when I just wanted to log in.. I forgot my password and when I wanted to log in again everything suddenly was fetsy.. However, I don't think that would be such a big disaster.. What was going on then isn't all the matter anymore, part of that time I would like to forget. So, first of all, wow! What has changed a lot here?! What it got beautiful?! Now that I'm writing this article, I'm still quite puzzling with all the options that weren't there before. Chapeau for how cool all this has become! After that, yes, I say “there I am again”, but who's back? Some of you may remember me, but maybe not; that's not bad.. I am Erieka, now 25 years old and in the two years I was absent from this website changed quite a little..  That's how I had only 1 cat; Malibu.. Later one came from the shelter; Ollie. His name was Oliver Twist from the shelter.. He's been part of the family for a year and a half now and a half and a good friend with Malibu.. Later I'll probably devote another article to this.. (Malibu is the turtle cat in the picture, Ollie the white with black earphones) I started therapy about two years ago, which included emdr therapy last year.. In addition, corona came to look around the corner.. Something that just mess up my life, which was already a mess,. Suddenly I sat home because my employer decided. Fortunately, I kept my job and paid my salary.. If I had become unemployed, I would have had an even bigger problem. It was a terrible but beautiful time, those ten months I've been at home.. I learned a lot and, even though I was mostly home, a lot happened.. What changed zoal compared to +/- 2 years ago? - I got a permanent contract with my job. Mentally, I got stronger.. After nearly 10 months of sitting at home, I developed a bore-out. I got more and more gloomy, started to be worse in my skin, had little energy, and for me it didn't even have to be.. The result of my work temporarily falling away, on my mental health, was an eye-opener. I realized how important it is for me to have work, to be useful. I have also learned, partly through the bizarre crisis, to recognise and set my mental health to 1.. Ollie joined the family.. He became very close to Malibu in 2020.. After having struggled with nasal colds that seemed to have chronic nature for a long period of time, I operated on in 2020. This revealed that the anatomy of my nose was just a bad luck and that was corrected by surgery (some bone has been removed). Furthermore, the ENT doctor accidentally found out that apparently I had far too large pharyngeal tonsils, I didn't know this myself.. At some point they started to ignite.. They are in the same operation as removing bone in the nose, removed.. Also, nasal mucosa that had undergone some kind of sprawl, burned away.. Everything happened in one operation and the recovery was intense.. However, I sleep better and suffer less from the complaints I had before.. I also have more air, something that those throat tonsils apparently had a share in.. I also decided that I'm going to try to pick up blog posts again.. I did miss it anyway and here and there writing helped me process things.. Hopefully you want to follow my messages.. At least I'm going to snoop around and try things out so I can better understand how it works here -)