We all have thought at one time
or another that we had limited options. But those limits are limits we placed
I’ve been thinking about this custom of New Years’
Resolutions and how many are abandoned after just a few weeks. Everyone uses
the beginning of a new year as THE opportunity to make changes in their life; but in truth, we don’t have to wait until the beginning of a
Our lives will never be challenge-free. What will lighten the load is the attitude we have when challenges arise.
Clutter is a coping mechanism that creates the illusion of safety. At
the root of this behavior is an attempt to keep others away by creating a
barrier of stuff, a barrier to love and success.
We always seem to think that happiness is elusive, available to us only
under the right conditions. But that’s not where happiness is. Happiness
is available in any moment of any day.
Be still, listen, and obey. What you want is waiting to be discovered.
We have to surrender to the journey. It will take as long as it takes.
And it will never happen as we’ve planned it or look like we’ve
pictured it. But it will be what we want.
Fear and Trembling was a book written by Soren Kierkegaard under the pen name Johannes de Silentio addressing the story of Abraham and his son, Isaac in the Old Testament. Talk about doing the things you cannot do!
The key to success is to concentrate our thoughts and energy on what CAN be done.
Character develops as we live our lives. Every action we take either strengthens or weakens our character.
We always seem to be waiting for the right set of circumstances to exist
in order to pursue a dream. The circumstances are perfect right now,
where we are.
I am having one of those days where reality is hitting the fan and I desperately want to escape.
The other day while I was playing around on my PC, I accumulated a bunch of minimized programs. When I clicked to access one, it dawned on me that those minimized programs/windows were still taking up my computer’s energy.
I just did my favorite thing in the world. I took a walk in nature alone.
“…to understand the meaning of action, it is necessary to understand the relationship action has with everything.”
- Jaime Ortega Diego
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