happy days

Freefalling, down down down: at one time or another we have all woken in a ‎cold sweat from that nightmare. As we leave childhood behind, however, it is less ‎the pain and the loss which we dread, but rather the loss of control at the ‎bottom of the abyss. I’ve ridden some of the scarier amusement park rides but ‎I have never even come close to a freeform dance with gravity. Nope, much as ‎the idea of “spacedancing” allures me, I don’t think that you are going to be ‎reading here about my skydiving adventures anytime soon…‎

Of course, the classic clifftop dive is terrifying, and rightly so, but what about ‎the fear of totally letting go? ‎


Have you ever been engulfed by a throbbing tapestry of pure joy?‎ Each deep ‎breath delivering a steady pulse of “feel good” vibes? A radiant and tingling ‎‎“blanky” to snuggle with? ‎

Is not orgasm a freefall of sorts? Have you ever touched orgasmic bliss ‎without the sex?‎

Happy days have become my invariable bedmate, bliss my good mate. I ‎recently celebrated my blog’s first anniversary. I made a pact with myself that I ‎would not recycle posts before that one year mark was up. That milestone has ‎come and gone and yet still I hesitate. I am not ready to reuse my words.‎

This past week various projects demanded my attentions. For the first time I ‎was able to see my complete animated movie: complete, not completed. ‎Editing, credits, in-memoriam slides, music and sound effects are still on the “to ‎do list”. Its length may be little more than one minute, but the gestation period ‎has been intense and oh so long. I cannot begin to express the depth of my ‎gratitude and joy nor the intensity of my hunger to finally greet my “baby”. ‎

I am also hard at work creating an eBook: ‎Heleneie BeaNiE‎'‎s ‏‎16 Ways To ‎Empower Your Health‎‏ .‏I had precious little time for this week's blog. I ‎wondered if this would ‎be the week that I would finally give in and choose to ‎recycle my words…‎

The Gift of Nature

Nature is a gift. Be physical to invigorate; it’s a great opportunity to ‎rejuvenate ‎and rejoice. Be spiritual to discover euphoric ecstasy. ‎I do love “playing dirty” ‎outside. Saturdays are perfect days for play dates with nature and the gang. ‎Even though I found myself without my partner in play, the game was on.‎

Freefalling leaves, we don’t see much of that around here in the land of milk ‎and honey. Nope, the scant and bland collection of fallen leaves is certainly ‎nothing to write about. It is, however, a magnificent time for us mountain ‎bikers, a conciliation prize of sorts for making it through the scorching ‎summer’s heat. A conciliation prize?! Absolutely not! Each season offers its ‎own magical charms. The crisp cool clear fall mornings greet the Israeli mountain ‎biker with moist trails, the once loose and dry soil now packed and firm. Each ‎rider has a turbo charger in her shorts and a foolish grin plastered from cheek ‎to cheek.‎

So what do I post? I was unable to find the perfect solution for this dilemma ‎prior to my Saturday morning ride.‎

The outdoor activity once again worked like a charm. I came up with a ‎compromise. I would weave a tapestry from some of my previous blogs. I ‎would not be merely copying but copying and pasting to create a new weave. ‎It seemed to me to be a great tool to ignite an original “recreation” of sorts. Of ‎course, it was also a great way to make up the absence of my Hebrew Editor in ‎Chief ….‎

It matters little that in the end there was no collage but a tool to let my creative ‎powers wander… ‎

You too must discover the magical wonders of the working body in all its ‎glorious breathless and sweaty splendor. Now would be an opportune ‎moment for a "time out" to discover the powerful force of the abundant ‎creativity and bliss awaiting just around the bend.‎

I found myself pondering why is it that we say enjoy and not injoy? It appears ‎that the Greek preposition en or ἐν means in. I have designed a new spelling ‎for this word‎: InJ♥Y. Here is a signpost hot off the editing board: InJ♥Y!‎


I would like to thank you for your patience in reading this post to its end.‎

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Finally I would like to request that you please share my post which precedes the ‎release of my animated clip (soon, I promise). I am so excited! Please share this ‎post…

Thank you and have a great week!‎


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