Road trippin’ the YOUnited States of America.

A summary of our 11 states in 12 days – what an ADVENTURE!  · DISCLAIMER: Bear in mind that, as the name of my blog site suggests, Life Through My Lens, this is MY impression of the adventure I choose to find in every day and may not reflect the views of the majority. SettingContinue reading “Road trippin’ the YOUnited States of America.”

Humility in poverty.

If ever I have felt vaguely superior to anyone else, I now cringe at the thought, for who are we to elevate ourselves to any level above that of anyone else on this planet?  Yes, I agree that one’s intelligence through birthright, or intellect through opportunity of learning, certainly places one in a different categoryContinue reading “Humility in poverty.”

The shift.

What a wonderful time to be alive! Audible gasps aside, in these hideously stressful (for those whose businesses are strapped), tragically sad (for those who have lost dear ones), scarily scary (for those living with compromised health conditions), thoroughly confusing (for those who cannot make sense of the lack of common sense), I am obviouslyContinue reading “The shift.”

Panic and peace.

Our world appears to have been turned upside down with the pandemic that has swept across the globe. The speed of the spread fuelled by the highest order of fear mongering by the powers at play and exacerbated by the instantaneous social media platforms, spewing out alarming statistics, scaring everyone into panic mode. This newContinue reading “Panic and peace.”

Another trip around the sun!

What is it about birthdays that terrify some and enchant others?  I’m of the latter persuasion! It is with a tremendous sense of gratitude that I get to celebrate another trip around the sun, certainly with the Son at the centre of my life, I have a whole lot to be grateful for. Faith aside,Continue reading “Another trip around the sun!”

Personal perspective on the “big debate”

How extraordinary that I should have some of my more profound thoughts come to mind while I ride my Old Dutch bicycle along cobbled streets of the flat lands of our new home and, in this instance, even more profound that in this wonderful country that I currently call home, The Netherlands, being one ofContinue reading “Personal perspective on the “big debate””