Pages tagged with Senses

All our senses make our lives what it is, but there is one which overrules all others to make us what we are
It starts happening sometime around our late-20s. All those bumps and bruises we accrued during our teenage years, though healed on the outside, start to appear in the form of random pains in our joints, or our backs — we just can’t move around like we used to. Some women start to...
All of us have sense organs which help us in fulfilling our daily needs.Other than the 5 sense organs,we have Brain which gives the necessary information and memory to store the information recorded by the senses. What if the same senses play their roles in a different manner ? Lets...
Our lives are full of choices and compromises and they include how we need to be aware of the needs of the mind, body and to live within the society we are part of. Time we moved as one towards self-realization to actualize our full potential and to find deeper meaning for our existen...
Temple Grandin, an autistic college professor and autism advocate, says more research should be done on how autism affects the senses. This will ultimately improve the social skills of children who have autism.
There is a time that cometh to all when newness begins...the newness of creation..it will has happened already and will again many times...so read on and enjoy...
A practice in memory of consciousness, I take independently experienced sensations described on their own terms and piece them together into a single memory of someone I've loved in the past.
It is time for an altruistic majority to set our agenda than allow a minority with selfish interests to ride roughshod over us. This will make our society not only truly democratic but also get our priorities right.
This is actually an article I wrote before that got a lot of feedback on another site, but I have added a twist to it from an experience yesterday!
It is clear the unseen hand of the Creator is guiding us but we cannot take Him for granted. We are accountable for our actions while He has to help others too to survive. We should not live like we have inherited the planet as other species too have to be nourished and protected. We ...
Scent of a warm body, a perfume so unique to each individual...Intimate, sensual, as you breathe it in...can bring comfort and arouse such passion... Just a kiss, a touch, and feel the senses ignite....
Did you ever consider writing letters? At least to your loved ones? Or do you believe mail does the job for you no matter who you are dealing with i did and i tried sending letters; an experience i will never forget!
We grow unseen roots, like those of trees; but not all of us choose the land in which we are planted, only the fruits are ours.
What happens to a person during total sensory deprivation?
How to enliven writing by involving all five senses.
A look at the dream landscape, at the symbols, at the creative ability of the process of thought while the body is being rejuvenated in sleep.
The opening of the iris is called pupil. The pupil is the black portion of the eye. Pupil expands to allow more light to enter when it is dim. It also contracts to reduce light amount that enter the eye when it is bright.
The sense organs are important parts of our body especially to kid and growing children who need to take good care of them.
Young children learn through sensory exploration. This article provides information on creating a treasure basket for young children and babies.
This poem has been in my head for quite some time. I did not write it as soon as the thought struck me, if I rushed the thought, the poem wouldn't have been the way I wanted it. This was inspired by an instrumental song i heard and the feelings i felt as i listened to the song, pretty...
I made this poem later on after my science regents. The initial thought struck me while I was on a really tough question. I closed my eyes and took a minute for my mind to think, but sometimes, my mind isn’t fully on task. All of a sudden, I began to subconsciously listen to my surr...
This one was inspired by a certain time in my experiences where it didn’t leave my head that fast. It stayed in my head for a little while until I wrote this. Think about the poem in a symbolic manner. What does the whistle resemble? Just a small push to get the reader started……...
This poem was sparked by a reading in Spanish class. It created an image in my head as my teacher then acted out what we were reading, you could say it was a comedic way of looking at it. The image stayed in my head and I had to write it. The written part is what the end result became...
This poem is based off of the question "What would innocence look like if it was preserved?" This is more off of what I would see in that. Where this poem is mostly self-explanatory. Comments are Open.
I made this one when I put together the senses, without sight. Although this one is something I just thought up and wrote down. Comments are open.
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