"The waking day crystallized with hope. Leaves fallen on the deck - as gently as butterflies." ~ Maria Lehtman #nature #photography #poetry #frozen
“Find your place. Your little corner of the world.”
💙"Find your place. Your little corner of the world. A haven in your mind. A soft armchair for your body. The moments when winds and clouds softly merge. Creating new patterns. New potential. To be a better you." 💙 #findyourplace ©2019 LehtmanMaria
Awoke! Your Digital Self-Esteem
What we need to note is that social media influencer parameters are not everyone’s measure and should not be considered the norm. Your self-esteem net worth can truly go haywire unless you understand the nature of social media. By @LehtmanMaria
Mirror, Mirror – The other side of social media
Original article published at Bizcatalyst360 "Who is the fairest of them all? Social media gives you reflections of a thousand mirrors; most of the portals lead to a parallel reality. A profile may portray a wish rather than a true reflection. Authenticity can be scary. The truth is out there." - Maria Lehtman No one … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror – The other side of social media
"Life can only be understood backwards; But it must be lived forwards." ~ Soren Kierkegaard
Beloved. Never forgotten in digital footprint.
“There was a spring, when the first anemones bloomed. And I looked at their beauty without seeing it. When a beloved is lost, all that is beautiful disappears. I rejoice each spring when I take note of the first flowers."
Silence. How do we cope with digital silence?
"We are filled with concern about the digital noise. Yet, I wonder if deep down do we carry a fear of disappearing off the digital ocean's radar?" @LehtmanMaria
Growth. Onwards with a true heart.
“We cannot stop growth, and why should we. Each life form has its own pace. We all share a heartbeat. Each moment should bring us a choice to be better, to be more. As long as our hearts remain true." ~ Maria Lehtman
Favorite. If nature survives the ice – shouldn’t we?
Along the way to usefulness and happiness, many of those things will change themselves, and the others can be worked on as we go. The first thing we need to do is recognize and trust our own Inner Nature, and not lose sight of it.” (Benjamin Hoff, The Tao of Pooh)