We, as the people of the world, are in a new age in history and we need to adapt ourselves and evolve both spiritually and morally. We are reaching a new age of global connection. This is especially coming true in our modern age.
Did you know that the World has about 135,488,200 square kilometers excluding Antarctica which has about 14 million square kilometers. There are about 237 states and Territories.
Newton’s laws states: For every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction. This is indisputable! However, most people do not realize that this unquestionable law of physics also applies to every aspect of our lives and the world around us!
We are advancing exponentially every year. How fast and how far can we go? Will we be the cause of the extinction of life on our planet? We are one human family. Its time for each of us to be responsible. Time is very short!
We need to bridge the gap between expectations and reality. For that we have to think global, find universal solutions and eschew parochial quick-fixes based on selfish interests of few.
Am a student busy in studies and in an online job at wikinut. I read the works from those written by Shakespeare to that of Dan Brown, Nicholas Sparks and my recent favourite Josephine Angelini.My cell phone is that of Nokia and one of Samsung.The favourite artists of mine range fro...
Mark Gordon Brown, the beloved Wikinut moderator always encourages the many poets of the Wikinut community by reading their poetry and posting inspiring comments. This free verse poem is a humble submission to [link=http://www.wikinut.com/in/rnqio/writing.wikinut.com/Mark-s-Poetry-Ch...
A poetic essay exploring theme threads relating to global unity, collective karma, global communication, war and peace, and (most-importantly) the interconnectedness of all life. I chose diverse poetic formats: Senryu, Sonnets, Acrostic and Quatrains all laced together on the same iss...
This acrostic poem explores the message 'Less is More' and the need to shift our collective value system. An acrostic poem spells out a vertical message in the first letter of each line. All sections add up to one acrostic sentence (preferably to be read after reading the poem).
A rhymed acrostic poem on collective karma, global unity and bubble of oblivion that needs to burst. Acrostic poetry has a vertical message spelled out with the first letter of each word.