Savvy Raj

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The Dance and the Dancer

How can you seperate the dancer from the dance?

For there is no one without the other
Body and soul united in spirit.
When the two meet there emerges energy
In unison of the cohesive oneness
Heart knows what the mind speaks
And mind tells what the heart wants

In the dance of the lead and follow
There is no one without the other.
There is a draw of passion
There a pull of power
And there is the push of purpose
To flow as one in the moment of the now!
Embedded is the dance in a dancer
Embalmed is the dancer in the dance.

As Oneness is the universal spirit of dance!
Flowing, Feeling
Bending, Blending
Twisting, Turning
Tapping, Trusting
Marking, Merging
Dipping, Drawing
Swiveling, Sensing
Whirling, Waltzing

The list goes on…

All in this circle of Life

For Life is a dance!

Savvy

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Rhythm of nature

Dance with the rhythms of nature

Be like the sun and sky all aglow

Show up like the sky without absence

Always allowing the light to brighten the day.

Feel one with waves dancing with water

Flow like the gentle rain and let go your worries

Emerge refreshed having soaked in the energy of water.

Feel the breeze of the cool winds blow.

Sense the grounding from the mountains and trees

And stay firm, ensconced like the arresting mountains do!

Witness your thoughts that drift in like tidal waves

But rest yourself rooted like the tree that you sit below.

Feel one with nature and be blessed by its wisdom

Know that endless are the learnings from Nature …

Care then to adopt the rhythms of nature.

Savvy


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On Speaking

The words you speak has the power to influence more than you can imagine.

Your voice is a gift you own in life. your thoughts matter and they begin to matter even more when you start to speak well .

A few tips on speaking…

  • Speak with clarity and with conviction in what you are saying.
  • Speak when you have something to say and saying it with confidence makes it matter.
  • Speak surely with certainity without garbling the end of the sentence.
  • Speak slow and pause to breathe in and sense the words spoken.It creates interest.
  • Speak well and in goodwill knowing the potential power of your words.

Savvy Raj

Giving Matters!

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Three Years on WordPress!

Dear readers & friends,

A happy ‘Third year Anniversary’in writing and sharing to me today as I just got informed that I am officially 3 year old here on Word press.😀

It’s neither too long a way back in time nor too young to let go a look back in time .

Amazing memories of writing and sharing and learning here on WordPress with you all my friends.

Yes the learnings are a treasure I welcome all thanks to you my lovely readers and cowriters who have been so very thoughtful and inspiring as well as engaging in each of these posts.Thank you so much for the appreciation of my writings and paintings.

My artwork and poetry has definitely flourished in the patronage extended by so many of you kind souls. I extend my deepest gratitude for the caring and kind and encouraging words you share in your posts and comments.

Well as I look around the bend and take a bow in gratitude for the memories past am eagerly looking forward to writing and hoping to share so much more in time in love and goodwill.

Wishing you all lovely day and a wonderful weekend!

Savvy


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Spreading Positive Intentions

“Being yourself as you are is beautiful!
Share more of your uniqueness in your own unique way!”

Savvy Raj

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Art of Simplicity

Some years ago, there was a Mensa convention in San Francisco.

Mensa, is an international organization for people who have an IQ of 140 or higher.

Several of the Mensa members went out for lunch at a local cafe.

When they sat down, one of them discovered that their salt shaker contained pepper, and their pepper shaker was full of salt.

How could they swap the contents of the two bottles without spilling any, and using only the implements at hand?

Clearly — this was a job for Mensa minds.

The group debated the problem and presented ideas and finally, came up with a brilliant solution involving a napkin, a straw, and an empty saucer.

They then called the waitress over, ready to dazzle her with their solution.

“Ma’am,” they said, “we couldn’t help but notice that the pepper shaker contains salt and the salt shaker contains pepper…”

But before they could finish, the waitress interrupted & said…

“Oh — sorry about that.”

She leaned over the table, unscrewed the caps of both bottles and switched them.

There was dead silence at the Mensa table.

For most of the problems in our lives there are simple solutions, but it is our “Brilliant” minds that complicate every simple solution. …Change the Caps and enjoy life !!

Simplicity resides in the complexities

Complexity is just simplicity turned upside down.

Savvy