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Deep in a tropical jungle school

Is a Professor who acts like a fool

“Be-you-ti-ful!” he would call

To any new student who would come to sit in his hall

He teaches a class on compassion and kindness

“Beyoutiful are each of you and that is the only lesson for true happiness”

His students learn about self acceptance and authentic living

Gifts from the heart that’ll serve them well

Ones that they’ll also carry on giving

To others and for anyone else they could tell

Stories of their Professor Toucan with Frangipani flowers on his head

A legacy that we all should try to leave in our stead


A double exposure photograph of a toucan and frangipani flowers on a pale pink purple background with typography and the word “BeYOUtiful”.

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Flying Stalker

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You know of the fiend I am taking of here?

The one who is impossible to unhear,

And opens a flood of swear!


Drabble: 25 words

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The Four Elements

I am a child of the earth

I sing with the wind

I dance with the flame

I cry with the rain

The sun guides me by day

and the moon by night

I listen to the universe

and I find my own path in life


Drabble & Poem: 48 words

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Chasing Expectations

Tanzelle Oberholster anddnasci.wordpress.com Mind Frame Shift

Experience never errs. Only your judgement errs by promising itself results which your experiments didn’t produce.

Leonardo da Vinci,

1452 – 1519


We are occupied with the fulfilment of goals and plans.

These are healthy and give us purpose, but the expectation of their outcome leaves them unsatisfactory when finally completed.

My advice will be to adjust your expectations of people, events and results.

Disproportionate ego drives expectation and is the instigator of dissatisfaction.

“Everything should have standards!”, thus I am mad to suggest otherwise.

Have your standards, but keep them to yourself for yourself, don’t impose them on others, things or results.

It’s a lot simpler to take things in life as they are and make adjustments to your perspectives concurrently.


© Dr Tanzelle Oberholster

Chasing Expectations Standards Adjust Tanzelle Oberholster Mind Frame Shift andDNAsci.wordpress

Drabble: 100 words


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A Cat’s Point of View

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From behind these yellow eyes

I watch humans chase after lies

Back & forth you rush for days

All in your futile little rat-race

You are constantly filled with rage,

since you have not found the keys to your cage

But true freedom can only grace

those who look beyond another’s face

How much more simpler your lives would be

If you only had the insight to see

That the value of life doesn’t solely rest

upon those who can only perform the best


© Dr Tanzelle Oberholster

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The Bodiless Mind Frame Shift anddnasci.wordpress.com Tanzelle Oberholster

The Bodiless

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What if you had no physical form?

No body to call your own?

You simply existed in incorporeal form.

When you cannot be seen,

how would you let others know of your being?

Do you scream until your voice is no longer heard

or

do you make yourself known through a certain sense of intuition that is only felt?

Soon you’ve learned to pluck the strings that bind,

where time, space and place you can unwind.

Guiding those who yearn for more

on paths of self-discovery to their core.

Then you know that the bodiless has become the only norm.


© Dr Tanzelle Oberholster

The Bodiless Formless Incorporeal No Physical Form Intuition Tanzelle Oberholster Mind Frame Shift andDNAsci.wordpress

Drabble: 100 words


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My Silent Refuge: An Observation during Meditation

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The rain patters against my shell.

A distant roar of thunder reverberates against my shield.

My breath rises and falls to the ebb and flow of my mind.

Another crash of waves on my shore.

The sea of chatter pulls away once more.

Don’t indulge the nagging, let it through – in by the front door, out by the back.

Don’t serve the whispers tea, let them be.

Falling back into the silence, dust settling around my sanctum.

Another breath. Rise. Fall. Ebb and flow.

An inner sanctuary, solely mine, accessible anytime.

Truths only understood during my brief moments in silence.


© Dr Tanzelle Oberholster

My Silent Refuge Meditation Drabble Tanzelle Oberholster andDNAsci andDNAsci.wordpress

Drabble: 100 words


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