Welcome to soulsnet



soulsnet                an online retreat of daily inspiration


                                                                        …. soothing the soul   

                                                                        …. rekindling the spirit

                                                                        …. healing the heart


QUESTION?                            How can I be happy?

QUESTION?                            How can I find peace?

QUESTION?                            How do I find love?

QUESTION?                            What do I do when …. ?

QUESTION?                            Where can I look for ….?

So many questions, so few answers, and we all ask the same questions.


Because we are all human beings.

We ask the same questions because we are all part of the same human family.  We are not humans doing, we are all human beings.  We are all the same under the skin.

At soulsnet we can ask the questions and we can share the answers.  We can create a community of souls sharing experience, strength and hope.  At soulsnet we will be in good company.  For whilst we may travel alone we can journey together.

I look forward to meeting you.


55 Responses to Welcome to soulsnet

  1. Subhan Zein says:

    Thank you for following my blog, my friend! I hope your visits in my blog have been and will always be a joyful ride! :-)

    You write good stuff up here, so keep penning and keep inspiring! :-)

    Subhan Zein

    • Corinne Shields says:

      Hi Subhan. Thanks for following soulsnet. I love your blog and the vision that you have for it. I really enjoy your poetry, it really is succour for the soul.
      Will visit often.
      May we all be peaceful and at ease.

  2. this is a very noble idea. all the best for your blog!

  3. Mira Jay says:

    Thanks for paying me a visit; looking forward to see your investigations…
    Peace & Light

  4. Hi Mira
    Likewise. Enjoyed your site.

  5. Jake Ruston says:

    Its like you read my mind! You appear to know so considerably about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I feel which you can do with some pics to drive the message home a bit, but rather of that, this really is amazing weblog. A amazing read. Ill surely be back. 45793

    • Hi Jake. Glad you enjoyed the site. I agree about the pics. I use a photo of my own in my posts, very amateurish but I am trying, and then I look around the internet for photographers who know what they are doing. I have found some sensational pictures to share.


  6. I dont leave a lot of comments on a lot of blogs each week but i felt i had to here. Do you need many drafts to make a post? 962448

    • Hi John

      Thanks for your comment. Good to hear from you. As far as drafts go it takes an hour or so to write the poem. I tend to write first thing in the morning and don’t stop until I finish, but lots of bits of paper get torn up in the process. When it comes to posting the blog that takes a bit of doing as I have to upload a photo and also usually try to find something to link to from another site eg a lovely photo because mine are very amateurish, or someone else writing something inspirational or interesting that I think my readers will enjoy. I am very new to blogging so learning as I go along.

      Have a good day

  7. Anand Ram says:

    Great blog with nice intentions. Wish you all the best. Would visit often to read…all the best

  8. Lorraine says:

    lovely to read your blog Corinne.

  9. Hi Corinne, A very noble concept indeed. Really enjoy your blog and your clean approach. Look forward to reading more. Beth

  10. marcusampe says:

    Questions everybody has in his mind. Often people wonder for years, looking for some light and insight. Though they forget there exists a Book of books which can bring a lot of answers.

  11. marcusampe says:

    Sharing experience, strength and hope is a beautiful thought. I do hope many people may come along and share their experiences to build up others.

  12. Denise says:

    Have sent you an email Corinne so check your in-box! LOL DenXX

  13. Thank you for visiting my blog (and commenting) – I look forward to continual journeying with you!

  14. swedishgem says:

    Hi Corrine!

    Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog.. Im not sure if you received my response to your message about using one of my photographs. Well, it would be my joy if my shots can contribute to your site’s meaningful posts.:)

    God bless you!

    -Swedish Gem♥

  15. glad to be one of the souls here

  16. Alastair says:

    I was doing a search for some of the things that people have searched for to get to my blog, and it cam up with this one: http://soulsnet.com/2012/09/12/i-dont-have-time-what-should-i-do/

    I never noticed, I would like to thank you for using it and for linking back. I you said you would, but for some reason, I missed the post. So thank you Corinne ..

  17. Jane Lurie says:

    Corrine- thank you for following me. Your blog is inspiring!

    • Hi Jane
      Lovely to hear from you. I have just got back from France so I haven’t been blogging for a while. Think I needed a break but looking forward to getting going again and keeping in touch.


  18. Guess what? I have an award for you at my house. Come over and check it out !


  19. I love this post! IT’s so peppy and lets me know what you are about RIGHT AWAY!!!

  20. katyloveless says:

    I found this lovely blog in a moment of real need and so very much appreciate the strengthening and steadying words of friendship and community, thank you.

    • So glad you visited and hope you will visit often. I wish you all the best for the New Year and hope that it will bring you some joy and happiness.

      I know that when I have been in dark places in my life it has always helped to know that others have been there too. We all share in the gamut of human emotions but things change. One of the things I have clung to in my dark times is “this too shall pass”. It doesn’t feel like it at the time, but it is true.

      Thinking of you

  21. Greetings from a far away land,
    I think the hardest yet the noblest course which takes the greatest courage is to pause in silence and look into the garden of our own heart and see ourselves for what we truly are. I always challenge myself to strive for purity of thoughts that manifest into loving words and actions. I’m still learning, however the journey I’ve embarked on has filled me with hope peace and joy. Now I see beauty in every situation in some form or other.

    • What a lovely reply. I am so glad you visited and you are right the inner journey is the one that takes the most courage. It is also the one that promises the most reward if we keep at it, even if we get distracted and have to return many times. I have always felt a need for a purpose in life and I have often looked for it outside of myself, what I should be doing, what I should be achieving, so many shoulds. Now I wonder if the best purpose is not outside at all, but inside, becoming the best version of who I can be. You sound as if you are pursuing that path already. Filling yourself up with beauty and wisdom so it can spill over and be shared with others.

      Thanks for sharing this.

  22. rimassolosailingaroundtheworldm says:

    Thank you so much for blog it was very interesting to discover something new.

  23. Glad you dropped by and hope your trip is going well. All good wishes.


  24. ajaytao2010 says:

    I Nominate you for the The BEST MOMENT AWARD
    Please accept & oblige.


  25. Hi Corinne,
    Thanks for the link love and your support. I appreciate you and wish you the best!

    • Hi Tess

      I was so glad to come across your website. I shall be a regular visitor. I do think that reaching out to each other helps us all and sharing our experience, strength and hope is the best way to make personal progress as well as hopefully helping someone else.

      With warm regards

  26. Ajaytao2010 says:

    I Nominate for the Bouquet of 3 Awards

    Choose any one
    please accept it and oblige


  27. Miss Min says:

    Hi Corinne, I’ve been absent from blogging for a while due to personal difficulties but have turned the page now and have been catching up on blogs I follow. I found yours listed on Subhan Zein’s blog connection page and wanted to drop in, say hi, and follow you too. And what a rare human being is Subhan? Now I’m going to sit back with a nice glass of red and read through some of your wisdom, which others, judging by comments, really appreciate. If you’re curious, you can find me on https://soulandspiritmusings.com I have lots of writing to catch up on and have also begun a blog devoted to the unsettling issue of emotional and psychological abuse. Hopefully, you’ve never been impacted by such a horror but if you’re curious, you’ll find my new venture on https://killingmesoftly.co It’s my new mission in life to spread the word, in hopes of helping others navigate their way through an experience I have found to be the most shattering one of my 53 year old life. Love and light…and now for that red. :)

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