Cool Breezes over the Mountain

Image: The Daily Star

 

Whoa

what’s happening here?

Buckle your seat belts

 

The only thing better than dodging bullets in the matrix is …

Man crushing

 

What If I Said?

 

Happy Birthday to ‘The One and Only’

Keanu Reeves

 

HEROES JOURNEY

There is no One in the world like Keanu Charles Reeves, one of the ‘hottest male actors’ in Hollywood; Born on this day 2nd September (1964) in Beirut Lebanon. Keanu was raised in Toronto and is a Canadian Actor, director, producer and musician. His first name means ‘Cool breeze over the mountains’ in Hawaiian. Mr humble Reeves is ‘The Man’ with a golden heart.

 

REBOOT THE MATRIX

In Numerology Keanu’s Birth Date 2.9.1964 adds up to Life Path 31/4.

Meaning: ‘4’ Endurance. Stability. Discipline

Determination and the ability to exert influence for what he feels is right. His loving nature illuminates the lives of others. Independent, generous and proud. 

His ambitious urges, drive him to reach the top of the mountain.

 

GOD SENT 

There is so much to love about Keanu, but my favourite things, (besides his looks) is Keanu himself, being one of the most humble and kindest stars in Hollywood. He’s really ‘out there’ and not pushed around by the lure of money. Keanu genuinely cares about the disadvantaged and takes his time getting to know and help people on the streets.

 

NOBLE HUMANITARIAN

Thanks Keanu, for being yourself and not letting fame go to your head. You deserve the Nobel Humanitarian Prize. There’s a difference between knowing the path and walking the path, Keanu is naturally leading the Way.

 

Image: Keanu Reeves FB

 

BEHIND THE SCENES

‘Reeves remarks that his acting career probably stemmed from his act often put on in school. A dyslexic, Reeves says he often pretended to understand school because it was his way of “coping with the fact that I didn’t really fit in.’ (Source: DyslexiaHelp)

 

[on his beliefs] Sure I believe in God and the Devil, but they don’t have to have pitchforks and a long white beard.

Neo: Why do my eyes hurt?

Morpheus: You’ve never used them before.

 

MUSIC, CUTS FROM THE MATRIX: 

“The Eyes of Truth”  ~ Enigma

 

Enigma. The Eyes of Truth.

“Every struggle in your life has shaped you into the person you are today. Be thankful for the hard times, they can only make you stronger.” ~ Keanu Reeves 

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000206/ 

Upcoming movies: The Matrix 4, John Wick: Chapter 4, DC League of Super-Pets

Numerology Blue Print:

Numerology and the Divine Triangle ~ Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker

Pen Dragon

 PEN DRAGON 
 Reading is often an optical illusion,
 causing Pen Dragon daily confusion. 
 When studying books for learning,
 his cognition is deeply concerning.
 

 Backwards lettering and all upside down,
makes Pen Dragon squint and frown. 
Words skipping about all over the page, 
 causes frustration, igniting his outrage.
 

 All jumbled up and out of order,
 giving him headaches and nausea.
 Pen Dragon can’t link words to sounds,
 it’s a nonsense, as letters shake around. 
 

 Printed stories, are mysteries to him,
 he’s vowed that he will ‘Never give in’
 ‘I can do it, I can do it’ he repeats; 
 ‘Letters will never be the ruin of me’ 
 

 And Welsh green Dragon remembers,
 his breath would singe pages to embers. 
 It was hinted that the great fire in London, 
 was what Pendragon’s ancestor had done. 
 

 Whatsisname had, had this the same, 
 singled out in classes, as a hot shame.
 Perhaps dyslexia, could, be an advantage, 
 like Harry Potter, aka Daniel Radcliffe. 
 

 Concluding that having more self esteem, 
 and lots of practice would help him read. 
 Taking small bite sized chunks to fill gaps,
 Pen Dragon paced himself, as he relaxed. 
 Victoria Healing ~ 31.1.2021 
 I CAN DO IT 
 
People suffering from dyslexia are highly creative, intuitive and excel at three-dimensional problem-solving. Their visual learning style means they learn best through a creative process. When dyslexics use learning methods that fit their thinking style, they can excel.
 
References:
 Many people with dyslexia are famous and highly successful as adults.
 https://www.understood.org/en/learning-thinking-differences/personal-stories/famous-people/success-stories-celebrities-with-dyslexia-adhd-and-dyscalculia
 
A Common Welsh Green Dragon:
According to Rowling, a Common Welsh Green Dragon may have been responsible for the Great Fire of London in 1666. 
 https://screenrant.com/harry-potter-dragons-breeds/#:~:text=%20Every%20Single%20Dragon%20In%20Harry%20Potter%20,Hebridean%20Black%20was%20much%20more%20aggressive...%20More%20 
 
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe spoke about his dyspraxia which affects his ability to write by hand and tie shoelaces.
 https://www.purewow.com/news/harry-potter-dyslexia-friendly-books
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyslexia
 
This is the week of SPED (Special Education), Autism, Dyslexia, and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) awareness. For all who struggle every day to succeed in a world that does not recognise their gifts and talents, and for those who are walking beside them, please let this be a gentle reminder to be kind and accepting of ALL people and especially Dragons 
 

 

 

 

   

I Heard dis Poet

Benjamin zephania
Benjamin Zephaniah

On facebook, I saw dis poet,

from my old home-town, back in Brum,

“Benjamin Zephaniah”

Born in the Caribbean of Handsworth Woods,

where I’d lived as a very young mum.

 

Ben, he had a challenge,

when he was attending school,

He was labelled as “dyslexic”

the teachers had called him a fool.

 

Way back then in the 80’s,

Handsworth Woods was known as Europe’s multicultural town.

The heart of good old Birmingham,

so many ethnic people spread around!

 

Sounds of reggae music,

Smells of ganja smokes.

Curries in the kitchen,

and dancing, rapping folks.

 

Happy bright jigging Rastafarians,

carrying ghetto blasters on their shoulders.

Dancing away life’s worries,

never concerned about getting older …

 

The old houses they were shabby,

two up and then two rooms down.

But the vibrant people of cultures,

they never wore a frown …

 

There was a special “vibe” there,

you could feel it in your blood

Likewise, the band “UB40” had began their dub!

UB40 

Thank you “Benjamin Zephaniah”

for reminding me back to that time …

When I fell in love with reggae music,

and Bob Marley just blew my mind!

 

bob marley

Bob Marley played “heart pumping” music,

Showing jah dance could shed the blues.

I always loved those pulsing vibes,

wanting to be Jamaican,

‘n’ join their tribes!

 

Their bright rasta colours, soul sounds and earthy smells,

I vividly remember them,

as I recall back my memories now.

 

So many happy faces,

Jiggling jah men, hip hopping around.

They had a snappy swagger,

as they sashayed from their hips.

Their feet always dancing,

Jah music  booming loud …

 

Happy boppy music … ‘I and I’ imagined,

I was living in “Kingston Town”

 

Beautiful Jamaican families –

on Sunday mornings,

dressed up in brightest clothes.

 

Parading off to churches,

to sing gospels and hallelujah’s,

with dignity, grace and repose.

 

Gone are the days from way back then,

but I always do remember,

When I hear dat reggae soul sound playing.

 

Come to think of dat now and den!

maybe dat is where I learned ‘dis beaty beat, rap pen …

Victoria Healing ~15.10.2015

I heard a Poet

Benjamin Zephaniah was born in April, 1958 and was raised in the 
Handsworth district of Birmingham, which he called the "Jamaican 
capital of Europe". He is the son of a Barbadian postman and a 
Jamaican nurse. A dyslexic, he attended an approved school but left
aged 13 unable to read or write.
He writes that his poetry is strongly influenced by the music and 
poetry of Jamaica and what he calls "street politics"

“Mr Professor Zephaniah said pupils should have a greater awareness of the “different cultures and languages” within Britain. “Hindi, Chinese and French are taught [in schools], so why not Welsh? And why not Cornish? They’re part of our culture,” he said.The poet made his comments during his first visit to the National Eisteddfod, which took place in Meifod, Powys” ~ BBC Cymru 

”I think poetry should be alive, you should be able to dance it’ ~ Benjamin Zephaniah