Words mean a whole lot to me!
I strongly feel that that’s still the most explicit means with which man expresses himself.
Actions have their limitations and so do gesticulations.
It is popularly believed that man’s thoughts fashion his life and circumstances. Without a change in procedure there may never be a change in results.
If the mind operates in a certain pattern that produces unpalatable circumstances then only a re-ordering of the mind can bring about the anticipated changes in circumstances.
This blog is simply from the perspective of a man that believes that every circumstance is only a pathway on the journey to the ultimate picture that the mind focuses on. Therefore, feelings of joy and anticipation should fill the hearts of those who look foward to goodness irrespective of the states they find themselves.
In life’s journey, winners keep winning because that’s their nature. Quitters can’t keep up with the emotions and practices of winners simply because the battles start right from the mind.
It is basically with words that the inner workings of the mind can be expressed. So with circumstances and logical thoughts from the mind of a man, who believes that the future holds the realization of dreams and the present is a pathway to it while the past holds the lessons that must not be neglected, we can draw inspiration to move on. A mind purged of hate, jealousy and strive which believes in possibilities can get to any height of achievement, prominence and power. Such man is meek and humble because he will neither step on toes nor break the rules but through diligence and goodwill create an empire that is flawless in whatever endevour that he had his mind focused on.
Enjoy the diversity of the mind and harness it’s powers to tranform your life to conform with your heart desires and dreams!


118 Responses to About

  1. just as thoughts have no limits, there are no limits to the possibilities that exist!

    • Ben Weber says:

      Thanks for visiting my blog – glad you liked the photos; interesting blog you have, and I just wanted to say that couldn’t agree more with this comment! Abraços, Ben

      • Wow! My own ‘thank you’ is with excitement! I appreciate your visit and the time to leave a comment. Creativity is beautiful, let’s carry on with it!

    • fromthericefields says:

      I know the verse in Proverbs says “Death and life are in the power of the tongue” but thoughts are powerful as well. Positive or Negative thoughts can open up to a host of unlimited possibilities.

      Thanks for your comment on my post about A family.

      • Beautiful! I’m glad that you caught my attention with those words. “life and death are in the power of the toungue”. Another portion said, “out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks”. Our imaginations and heart desires, often play out in reality, if we believe them and manifest them. Our words and actions are simply expressions of our thoughts. Thanks much for stopping by and dropping those inspiring words!

    • Dear Nnamonu Tochukwu of teeceecounsel,

      Thank you for visiting and commenting on my multimedia post entitled 🎼🎹—THE—🎹—LAST—🎹—RAG—🎹🎵🎶, where the featured composition for solo piano can be enjoyed and studied in multiple formats available to you as the audio playbacks, the video captures of score with music, and the gallery of printable score sheets, which will be very helpful and illuminating to you if you can also read music.

      I shall endeavour to reply to you as soon as I can with a characteristically bespoke comment, like those that you can amply observe in the comment section of the said post and those of other posts and pages.

      How very nice and confident of you to share your wise words and thoughts with us here! I would also like to thank you for revealing your philosophies as follows:


      You obviously cherish words, which express the inner workings of the mind, and in particular, “A mind purged of hate, jealousy and strive which believes in possibilities can get to any height of achievement, prominence and power.”

      I would like to reciprocate your mindful spirit towards the search of TRUTH with my recommending to you a very special post lavishly and meticulously composed to champion critical thinking.

      You can find this expansive post at http://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2017/10/18/the-quotation-fallacy/

      I look forward to interact with you there.

      May you find this forthcoming autumn and the rest of the year very much to your liking and highly conducive to your writing, thinking and blogging!

      • I am so grateful for your rich comment.
        You have encouraged me so much with your words that show that you have looked through quite a number of my posts and pages in a short while.
        I appreciate the honor of such attention.
        I’ll be checking out your post on critical thinking right away.
        Thank you so much, once again for stopping by and for sharing your uplifting thoughts.

      • You are very welcome, Nnamonu Tochukwu.

        In my previous comment, I think that “the search for TRUTH” is more grammatically correct than “the search of TRUTH”.

        I would like to inform you that you might need to use a desktop or laptop computer with a large screen to view the rich multimedia contents available for heightening your multisensory enjoyment at my blog, which could be too powerful and feature-rich for iPad, iPhone, tablet or other portable devices to handle properly or adequately.

        Though my post entitled The Quotation Fallacy “💬” is very long and encyclopaedic, the two navigational menus presented at the top and bottom of the post respectively can help you to jump to any section of the post instantly so that you can resume reading at any point of the post over multiple sessions in your own time.

        In addition, hovering your mouse cursor over stylized words will bring up tool tips showing additional information. Clicking the images will allow you to comment on the images too.

        Please enjoy reading the post from time to time and feel free to leave more comments there after your subsequent readings of the post, as I would like to know what further thoughts and conclusions you might have regarding some or all of the detailed analyses and discussions contained in the post, especially given that you yourself is also a seeker of TRUTH always in search of TRUTH — and that is a very commendable quality to possess and uphold, according to my philosophy of life.

        May you have a lovely Sunday and happy September to you very soon!

      • Thank you once again for stopping by and for further perusing my posts.
        I am grateful for your recommendation to consider “the search for TRUTH” more grammatically correct than “the search of TRUTH”.
        I have also switched to a larger screen device to view the features on your post, as you recommended.
        Enjoy your Sunday too and I look forward to a very productive September for all of us.

      • Dear Nnamonu Tochukwu of teeceecounsel,

        I would like to commend you highly for switching to a computer with a large screen. Sometimes I feel that the smart phones are somewhat overrated, considering that portable computer devices are especially plagued with unresolved limitation in functionality, rapid obsolescence and problems of disposal, resulting in millions of these portable devices going to landfills and poisoning the environment every year.

        I am delighted to observe that you are indeed having a great time commenting on some of the images contained in the expansive post regarding critical thinking and quotation.

        I would like to inform you that the next post that I shall publish in September (hopefully) on my blog is a special book review with lots of bespoke formatting, styling and even animations, which I have already begun to implement.

        As far as I know, a few of my readers and followers have reblogged The Quotation Fallacy “💬” using the “Reblog” button that is located next to the “Like” button. There is a much better way than reblogging, namely, writing a proper review of the post. If you like, it could be something really worthwhile for you to do a book review on my book-length post entitled The Quotation Fallacy “💬” and to publish it as a new post on your blog.

        On the Internet, there are some excellent guides on how to write a decent book review.

        Speaking of review, I have conducted a significant art review, which you can peruse at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/soundeagle-in-john-clinocks-art-rat-cafe/

  2. cobbies69 says:

    Thank you for following, I hope it is interesting. my Writing Hell link – http://wp.me/P1W0Pa-2
    and Gerry’s space is http://wp.me/1j16x. Hope you enjoy mine as I do yours.

  3. Love what you articulate above. Also, wanted to thank you for subscribing to my blog today. Hope to see you again soon!

  4. reneeboomer says:

    Interesting blog! You really are a deep thinker. 🙂

  5. Bluesander says:

    Hey teeceecounsel,
    Thank you so much for the inspiration on your blog!
    Also, I’ve nominated you for the ABC Blogger award (http://bluesander.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/abc-blogger-award/). I hope you pass it on!
    Have an amazing day,

  6. Stu says:

    Hiya, I think you should join my Philosopher’s Club. You’d fit right in. Stu 🙂

    • Smiles! Thanks Stu, what are the terms and conditions? And is there really a thing like philosopher’s club these days? Won’t be a bad idea at all to evaluate it. Smiles once again!

  7. hodgepodge4thesoul says:

    Words have power on so many levels…ENDLESS! And should be used wisely, and not taken for granted. Your writing is so clear and honest. What a privilege to have visited your blog!
    Dulcinea 🙂

    • Wow! Thanks so much for those powerful words! They well up so much encouragement! It’s a privilege to have you on board! I really do appreciate!

      • hodgepodge4thesoul says:

        You’re more than welcome, and thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to comment, as well…appreciation is reciprocated 😀

  8. Freedomborn says:

    Hi teeceecounsel thank you for visiting my Blog and I loved your enthusiasm, like you I love all people but not always what they do especially when they hurt those I Love.

    Yes words are powerful, good and bad but the real hurt comes from believing bad ones, there is an old saying…. Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me, but they do indeed if we accept them as truth, this is why we must fill our heart and mind with all that uplifts.

    For almost 30 years I didn’t have faith but for the last 30 I have and I have been greatly blessed more then I realised was possible.

    Christian Love and many blessings Anne.

    • Thanks much for taking out some time to pour out your heart in this comment. I sincerely appreciate every single word you have shared! Your comment is really very encouraging. Thanks much once again!

  9. I like how you stated that, “a re-ordering of the mind”, that could not be a more true statement. It took me almost 37 years to figure that out. 🙂 But now that I am in the process of re-ordering my mind I am in such a better place, both mentally and physically.

    • Oh good! Re-ordering the mind is crucial to living. The mind is the host of our beliefs, values, priorities, perspective and a whole lot more. If the mind is unkept, the life may as well be unkept. Glad to know that you have figured that out! With a renewed mind, you can be in the world but not be of the world. Smiles! You can be of good cheer in the midst of a storm and ofcourse, every storm will be over with you in top form! Cheers! Thanks for the comment!

  10. Sebastian says:

    Hello! What a enjoyable blog you have! Thank you for following my blog at Faith1st Ministry. I hope it has and will continue to be a major blessing in your life. May God richly bless you as you continue to write and blog. Please continue with us on this journey and remember to have Faith 1st. — Sebastian

    • Thanks much for stopping by and for leaving a comment too. Let’s keep believing and working towards the best. Our lives should not only give us joy but also inspire the world around us. We’ll keep at it; a step at a time…

  11. Addie says:

    Hi! It’s me from B&B. Just wanna say I’m so glad you made it to my site. Now I’m here and you got yourself a nice blog going. I like what I read so far. Looking for more lessons from you. 🙂

    • You are always welcome dear, so glad you like my blog. I would always do what I can to keep the lessons coming! Thanks for stopping by and for taking out time to express yourself, I appreciate.

  12. Subhan Zein says:

    Hi there,

    You sound like a very deep thinker. I like what I’ve been reading so far, especially this “About” section. 🙂

    And thank you for commenting and liking my poem! I really appreciate it! 🙂
    Perhaps you’d be interested in reading my other poetry? Below are the links:
    “Love is the Water of Life”: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/love-is-the-water-of-life/
    “A Hug from My Heart”: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/02/29/pantun-sz-012012/
    “Millions of Candles”: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/01/26/279/

    Or Some of my Flash Fiction and Reflection?
    “The Scholar and the Boatman: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/02/08/the-scholar-and-the-boatman/
    “Two Rupiah Notes”: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/02/19/two-rupiah-notes/
    “Becoming Human”: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/02/26/becoming-human/
    “Chinese Bamboo and Paulo Coelho”: http://subhanzein.wordpress.com/2012/01/24/chinese-bamboo-and-paulo-coelho/

    Thank you and I do hope you enjoy what I have in store for you! 🙂

    Warm regards from Down Under,

    Subhan Zein

  13. Hi Teecee,

    I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award and Sunshine Award. If you choose to accept, please visit my blog for more information: http://lscotthoughts.com/2012/03/12/very-inspiring-blogger-sunshine-award.

    Lauren 🙂

    • I’m so excited and feel highly honoured! Thanks so much for the nomination, I sincerely appreciate. I’ll make out time to officially accept later. Thanks once again!

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  15. Hi! I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Congratulations! Please clock on the link to see the rules to claim the award. http://songsofseasons.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/new-post-the-versatile-blogger-award/

    • Thank you so much for the nomination and congratulations! I’m excited! Keep spreading excitement through the blogosphere. I’ve been enjoying your consistent ‘likes’. Nice job.

  16. Freedomborn says:

    Easter is a time of rememberance, a time of thankfulness, a time of Joy…

    Many Blessings teeceecounsel to you and your Loved ones.

    Christaian Love – Ron and Anne

  17. buckwheatsrisk says:

    i suspect i will learn a lot from following your blog! thank you for visiting mine too!

  18. Ron says:

    Hi teeceecounsel we have a couple of Awards for you, the first one is The King of Kings Friendship Award, it’s very differant from most, no rules more like a blessing and some call it that or a gift, it’s to afirm we are one, we are family.

    Blog Post – http://freedomborn.wordpress.com/2011/12/15/the-king-of-kings-friendship-award/

    The Kreativ Blogger Award does have rules but no pressure, like all Awards it does not say how soon you have to action them so just relax and when you want to Post it do so. Please follow the link below, thank you for your our sharing encouragment and support on the Blog not just ours but others too.

    Blog Post – http://freedomborn.wordpress.com/2012/04/26/kreativ-blogger-award/


    • I feel honoured and over-joyed being bestowed all of these wonderful awards! Thanks so much for the thoughtfulness and generosity. You really are a huge source of encouragement to me and my blog. Keep up the good work!

      • Freedomborn says:

        Hi teeceecounsel we are having hacker problems would you please check your Spam Ron commented for you but it is disaperaing again… some people have really sick minds sad but True.

        Kind regards Anne.

  19. I’ve nominated you for the Reader Appreciation Award… because I so appreciate the wisdom in your blogs. Keep blessing us! http://nothappeninonmywatch.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/reader-appreciation-award/

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  21. True…. Thoughts create… Let us all Think and use our thoughts wisely… If we want a better world.. it begins within ourselves ‘What we Think, we create. and what a wonderful Blog.. Each of us have the ability to change the world for the better… Blessings..

    • I sure agree with you; each of us has the ability to change the world for better. I’m glad that you love my blog and I sincerely appreciate you. Keep being the best of yourself and making the best of the time. Everything is possible if we can give it the appropriate time and necessary attention.
      Cheers! 🙂

  22. legendsora says:

    2~ i’m here… actually, i don’t understand all the words you said above, but i thing they must be great, hihi~^^

    • Nice one! You got me laughing and I like it. Life seems to be more of impression than understanding. Example, is there any logical reason for preferring white to black or pink to red? Smiles! Thanks for thinking that what you read is great. I appreciate. Have fun!

  23. emesereka says:

    Words mean a lot to me, too :). I like your blog, I like your thoughts. I’m glad I had a chance to check it out. Thanks for the like on mine!

    • You are always welcome emesereka, I’m so glad there was a lot to like around here. I’m excited about another chance to be associated with relevance. I’ll keep doing my best to keep it flowing. Thanks much for stopping by! 🙂

  24. http://lovelyseasonscomeandgo.wordpress.com
    Hi I am so glad you stopped by my blog and liked the reposts “A little Weird” and “Just wanna wish you a good morning. I am enjoying reading your blog a lot too and reposting some of your posts too, Its so nice to meet someone else who is so positive. Take care. Betty

    • I appreciate the beautiful words, Betty. They bring so much joy and encouragement. It’s a lovely thing to stay positive because like keeps gravitating towards the imaginations we habour. I’m glad that you enjoy reading my posts and I’m grateful that you stopped by to cheer me up. Thanks much! 🙂

  25. that was the most comprehensive summary of this concept that i have laid eyes on, and so eloquency and succinctly expressed with such simple passion and endeavour. do not be blind to the power that you possess… let the light it shines guide you in peace… shalom

    • Thanks so much for those inspiring words, they are full of encouragement. I was just having fun with thoughts and words. What I came up with still amazes me. I get back to read it for inspiration, from time to time. I’m glad that you appreciate it this much. Thanks once again!

  26. Freedomborn says:

    Thank you teeceecounsel, I very much believe in the Power of words expressed in Love but not just my own, mostly God’s. I have been told my comments are too long and yes I agree because I also share God’s Truth in the Scriptures but someone said recently, you may hurt others by what you share, I replied, the Truth only hurts when you are in error and there is only one real Truth and that is Gods, when we accept it and live it, then we too walk and speak Truth.

    You are very right our wise friend teeceecounsel, words can plant seeds for growth and bring forth a good and abundant harvest.

    God bless you as you bless others, encouraging them to look up and out to endless possibilities.

    Christian Love from both of us – Anne

    • Beautiful words, Anne! 🙂 I have always appreciated your responses, especially when they are long. I sincerely enjoy your way of aligning opinions with your opinion of the truth.
      You are unique with your expressions and I love uniqueness so much.
      I believe that everything is possible and that we can do all things. I also believe that without conviction and collaboration, certain dreams will only remain dreams. Conception (thoughts), description (words) and implementation (action) brings about completion. Collaboration and precision increases acceleration. There is no conception without inspiration. Inspiration comes from within. Within dwells the most high. He has chosen to dwell among men. We ought to be true to ourselves by aligning with the truth and the possibilities of a beautiful life can play out.
      Thanks much, Anne. Regards to Ron. 🙂

  27. boomiebol says:

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Very much appreciated! Great work on here, keep it up 🙂

  28. neelkanth says:

    Nice thoughts.
    Thank you for following my blog. I too have liked yours and feel like following it which I am doing with immediate effect.

  29. Hey Chook, I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blog Award, thankyou for your magic words 🙂 Luv Dawny…Here’s ze link – http://littlebeut333.com/2012/12/20/oh-my-gaaaaawd-an-actual-award-thank-you-millions/

  30. The time we spend enjoying wasting our time is not really wasted at all if we are enjoying it! Great outlook you enjoy 🙂

  31. Thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting. It is very much appreciated.

    One of my favourite quotes is from The Buddha, “Before you speak ask yourself three things; is it true, is it kind, is it necessary?”


    • You are always welcome, Christine! Those are three lovely, powerful and vital questions to be asked even while we are thinking about people. Kindness can and should be applied in every form of expression. Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate your worthy words.

  32. http://lovelyseasonscomeandgo.wordpress.com
    Hi, thanks so much for liking and commenting on my posts “the first family looks amazing” and ” You are beautiful in God’s Eyes” and the follow. Have a wonderful day. Betty

  33. petrel41 says:

    Congratulations, teeceecounsel!

    I have nominated your blog for the Liebster Blog Award.

    The rules of the award are at


  34. andy1076 says:

    Hi! Wanted to say thank you for dropping by my blog 🙂

  35. Uzoma says:

    Greetings, Teeceecounsel. Thank you for visiting my blog. You have such a wonderful blog; one I would like to follow keenly. It’s great linking up with a great mind like you.

  36. Konstantina says:

    Very inspiring blog, thank you for visiting my blog I appreciate it.

  37. hi!
    Nice to meet you. I’m vietnamese… well, i don’t really understand English >..<

  38. Joel Pelandiana says:

    Nice read. Our mind is really powerful.

  39. kbeezyisviral says:

    I’m glad you have a solid respect for the written word. Glad to see your blog continues to build and grow. Keep up the great work.

  40. petrel41 says:


    I have nominated your blog for the Awesome Blog Content award.

    More about this nomination is at


  41. Thank you for visiting my blog today and for the follow. I’m glad you liked my post and hope you will come again sometime. I look forward to reading your posts. Blessings, Natalie 🙂

  42. jessasmiley says:

    Congratulations, Teeceecousel! 😀

    I have nominated your blog for the Wonderful Team Membership Award.

    More about this nomination is at

  43. Nomzi Kumalo says:

    Pleased to meet you. You are welcome to visit my blog when you get the chance. 🙂

  44. Oh! I Really love your writings. They are inspiring! I blog on Nigerian history and cultures at http://www.oldnaija.com

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    • What can I say, but; thank you?
      I smile because I enjoy the thoughts we share in common but I smile even more because you are always there with a warm heart that welcomes and extends kindness.
      Humanity is blessed to have you.

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  47. Thanks for the so very educative & motivational write up ! I really benefitted from it 💕

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