Social Media Pick Thursday – Happiness

Social Media Pick Thursday – Happiness

Happy Thursday Perceptive Readers.

This is a thought you will recall below for the motivation of Social Media Pick Thursday. Last week I was very much immersed in the technology side of matters for this website and podcast.

It is all needed; there happened to be a time for it.

Social Media Pick Thursday Happiness Poetry

So even though several neat items were posted throughout the day, there was not a post made here at the pocbooks website. Hence, I hope you will appreciate and share this special post today!

Happiness

Happiness is not a place, nor a thing. 

Happiness is all about people,

Those who love you. 

Boldly, unconditionally. 

Everything can be lost.

Perish with a blink of an eye. 

One roll of a dice, and you lost it all. 

But people who love you, will leave a mark on your heart.

They will always be there, somewhere. 

You will know. 

When you cast a look, upon the astonishing sky lightened with stars

Do glance at the moon too. 

And know this,

Those stars, will be the same stars they looked at,

Same moon they adored.

And this, fearful moment you drown in, will be no more.

For you will fell them by your side. 

They will remain, while everything else will be long gone. – N.C. Nat-poems.com

Have a pleasant Thursday. Thanks for caring and sharing. Be sure to check out the new pocbooks app as well – Kind regards

The Sage by J Lynch

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Thank you very much, J. Lynch

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A Sages Poetry Perceptive Readers Podcast

A Sages Poetry Perceptive Readers 4q

Mind Heart

She Picked Him

Also A Sages Poetry Perceptive Readers 4q Featured Poetry Writer Natalia Ciemniak

When I was younger
Posted on February 14, 2016
I remember
Those days
When I was just
A kid
I wanted everything
But what I desired most
Was to grow faster
To be, a bit older
And become an adult.
From my point of view
Everything was so simple
I told my father
One day
I’m gonna make you
proud
And now as I think about it
It’s not that easy to do.
I am seating here
On a wooden bench
On the beach
Watching the waves
Playing with
Grains of sand
And all I wish for
Is to be
Kid again
Just like that
The problems and concerns
Were much smaller
So pathetic
While now
They’re big enough
To change my
Life

N.C

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Mind Heart and She Picked Him Perceptive Readers 4q

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A Sage’s Poetry Mind Heart – Perceptive Readers 4q

Poetry: Mind Heart

Poetry: She Picked Him

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She Picked Him A Sages Poetry

The Sage’s Poetry She Picked Him was created in the autumn of 2019. Feel free to contact the author, writer, and owner of this website with inquiries. If you are a new reader to this site, it may help to check out the sample guests blog response post first. Have a comforting day in your heart and mind. – J    

She Picked Him   A Sage’s Poetry

The night sky was just right
Every twinkling star was in sight
 
There was nothing more marvelous than turning from the sky to gaze upon eyes shinning with brilliance
 
Words in that moment needed not to be said.
 
For both their minds were now one outside and inside their heads
 
Why have I been granted this priceless and delicate treasure he asked.
 
Her poetic songs materialized ever more clearer and softly in a way human kind only knows at this precise rarity of moments.
 
She said
I picked you because just like the stars are light years in space
You cause me to feel them upon my face.
I picked you because in my universe I’ve tried so hard not to be entangled.
Yet your girded belt attracted me with strong bangels.
 
A rare find is someone who will say to me — I care and will still be there
 
It is a rare time to find my one kind
So I took a few of your bangels at the
risk of your wrath.
 
I hoped with all hope you would come back for me because I knew your heart was greater than that
 
As she spoke all these words with her mouth and eyes it reaffirmed what he already knew… It is an immeasurable gift a Grand One gave to have such a delicate priceless prize in heavenly dew.
 
The days are wonderful and carefree. But Ahh, with such an answer to an age old song we sing, He/She welcomes as One bring the night to me.

Speak A Product of Culture Creation

You will enjoy SPEAK the poem made in the autumn of 2019

Speak A Product of Culture Creation

You are a creation made with every consideration

Tell her about it

Beauty enhances beauty when it is in the heart

Tell him about it

The face with its nose

Tell and show it to babies

Do we listen with the ears?

Give them something to hear

And with such an arrangement of incomparable gifts to our countenance we have a mouth

Use your mouth to smile
You will make someone’s day for a whole mile

When you place a gentle kiss
Even by blowing it the recipient’s face it will not be missed

Sing with skill and organize sounds
It informs the maestro you are ready for the town

And Oh, Speak.
Speak when you happy
Speak when you sad
Speak your heart’s contentment which helps to get over being upset or mad

Speak well of yourself and others who are your friends.
Such connections will never end

And Oh, Speak the Truth
And all the uplifting activities in your heart will become a sweet fruit.

Eat it they will and Speak it

Poetry Archives Mind Active

Mind Active
The Abilities of the mind

There is a mind that states I can never do it

How can something so marvelous be underestimated
Maybe it is not to be contemplated
But are you one to say it must be calculated

Start with your senses and how they work
Not consciously; but subconsciously without any prodding or perks

Consciously think on and apply what is best
Then allow your mind to act on the rest
Will you remember this while reviewing for your next test

As your left and right hemisphere harmonize together
There is a guarantee your mind’s abilities will go on increasing forever!

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Mind Heart A Sages Poetry

We are two and yet ONE
Do you see it?
Do you believe it?

You just scratched the surface

With the questions like shovels is when the progress begins

How deep will you go
One to one pontificating is more than a show

I will remember what you need and often keep for a long while what you don’t

The active state is vibrant while imagining, creating and solving

The heart is my very best friend we are mates producing good things everyday to which there is no end

We are two and yet ONE
Do you see it?
Do you believe it?

When I peer out into the universe what do I really see?
I must comprehend the reflection peering back at me

Keep digging with your questions and you find,
My archive capacity is infinitely larger than my size

My productions are unmatched by any other creation upon this wonderful earth.

The heart leaps with excitement by playing with the animals and enjoying the fruits.

We are two and yet ONE
Do you see it?
Do you believe it?

Do you still ponder what I’m capable of; and the powers of imagination invested in me

Then today by taking a journey of the mind it will commence for thee

Pick up a paperback book from a library even that will build up your soul which involves the mind and heart

Ask Who What When Where and Why
Then meditate on the answers and observe how I am elevated beyond the sky

This is just the beginning for the journey of the mind will not end
Not as long as authentic heart stays my best friend

We are two and yet ONE
Do you see it?
Do you believe it?

Author James Lynch Jr.

The Perceptive Readers

The above poem is also featured on the Perceptive Readers podcast! Here is the episode and link.

A Sages Poetry

Published the Autumn of October

A Sage’s Poetry – Perceptive Readers 4q

Mind Heart

She Picked Him

Quick Facts: Over the years, this writer’s experience dealt in the relating  of facts in real life scenarios and technology. When I placed the  Product of Culture Brand aka POCBOOKS.com online back in 2010, it  fulfilled my desire to  create and share “When you read something that motivates or enhances your life for the better, it becomes your reality.” Which allowed me to share the fun stories to the public that required you to think all the same.  Have you read the Life and Times of Baby Lucas?

Perceptive Readers 4m Podcast Kina Grannis

Featured in this Podcast Kina Grannis Birds Shinning

Two Poems: Seeing Real Beauty and Life’s Recreation

Enjoy this Product of Culture podcast Kina Grannis episode 4m. Kind regards James

The author and owner of pocbooks.com. Find out more by dropping an e-mail or two. The contact form is on the homepage. The content on this website has entertained people of all backgrounds over the years, let alone, providing helpful tips. Be sure to check out the homepage of this website. It often has featured some sort of media presentation. Enjoy and share it with others of like minds.

Revisiting an Archived excerpt:

It was about 5 years later. Lucas borrowed Kevin’s car to pick up groceries from the grocery store and parked it in an area where there was little lighting. As he backed, backed, backed; “CRUUUUNNNNNCCHH!” Oh, this did not sound good at all. How could that little fire hydrant cause so much harm to the car? Lucas was ashamed when he drove the car to Kevin’s house. As Kevin left the house and approached to examine the damage Lucas described to him, he said, “That’s okay. You forgave me when I needed you the most. I learned from you how to forgive.”

Welcome Students to September

G’day and welcome students to September; this will be another interesting month and year of reading with enjoyment of visual media.

Welcome Students

The summer here at the Product of Culture website had more maintenance and learning addition technical skills I did not expect in my plans; but we go with the flow the best we can in getting things fixed.

Summer concludes and Autumn Begins
On Monday, September 23, the start of fall will begin. How was your summer? Hopefully, you were able to take vacations or some well-deserved breaks at least.

School Attenders
Remember, a “mind is a terrible thing to waste.” All you young minds of today, it is my hope that you are successful in working through those tough arithmetic problems. Be sure to eat plenty of nuts and berries if such things are available to you.
The important thing to remember is your mind’s body works best when there is a steady flow of high energy nutrients. This does not mean caffeine, even though you know I love my coffee and tea.
Eating fruit and vegetables every few hours is beneficial for your brain, since you are wearing the thinking cap all day long.

What does this mean? Don’t you dare skip eating during lunch! Let me say this again; please don’t skip lunch.

Work hard to have a wonderful and successful school year!

Poem – A circle in a square

As we lay in our cribs,
What is this and what is that?

How do I make the sounds of mom and dad?

As we well past the toddler stage, why can’t I no longer suckle my baby bottle, it can’t be bad?

Stay away from this and stay away from that… Why? why? why? What is the catch?

The teen years go by like a blur, the facts and figures promotes us to say mom, dad, please not another question.

With another puzzled response, every family unit ask, are you sane? That line of reasoning makes me question in the same vein.

Oh come what may look how you have grown.

On graduation day you’ve grown this far, and my oh my you are shinning like a star.

Happenstance, you questioned your heritage, and the parents your sanity, but with the questions answered everything became clear

People long-lived say the only thing that is certain is change.

I say on this day in this frame, questions are a part of life and we should feel free to ask them.

My Dear, Answering questions shows respect and love; in which there is no fear.

Happy Graduation Day!

A Question Answered

A question answered is so much better than unanswered.

A question answered

We learn many things through experience, do we not? Take learning to ride a bike. It would be a big surprise to find someone in a western developed land who does not know how to ride a bike.
Anyone who has seen a bike most likely knows/knew one time or another how to ride one.
Even though people have said for years that riding a bike is something you never forget, and it brought us immense happiness, many of us used this skill less and less when needed a car or truck.

Whether it was a bike or four wheeled vehicles, how did it all start?

It started with a desire and a question.
How do you ride a bike?
Can you teach me to drive a car?

Oh what a feeling when the person answered back to you in the affirmative and with instructions!

Just how many thousands of questions have you had answered so far in life?

Ah, never thought about it, huh? When you are introspectively thinking every day, you most likely ask questions based on the mundane to out of this world!

In this state of mind, we also at times ask the same questions over and over even when we know the answer.

Speaking of questions and answers, here is a thoughtful poem for you Perceptive Readers.

As we lay in our cribs,
What is this and what is that?

How do I make the sounds of mom and dad?

As we well past the toddler stage, why can’t I no longer suckle my baby bottle, it can’t be bad?

Stay away from this and stay away from that… Why? why? why? What is the catch?

The teen years go by like a blur, the facts and figures promotes us to say mom, dad, please not another question.

With another puzzled response, every family unit ask, are you sane? That line of reasoning makes me question in the same vein.

Oh come what may look how you have grown.

On graduation day you’ve grown this far, and my oh my you are shinning like a star.

Happenstance, you questioned your heritage, and the parents your sanity, but with the questions answered everything became clear

People long-lived say the only thing that is certain is change.

I say on this day in this frame, questions are a part of life and we should feel free to ask them.

My Dear, Answering questions shows respect and love; in which there is no fear.

Happy Graduation Day!

Author James Lynch