Being a human #106 Accept that many things are beyond human control. The sooner you stop fighting to control it all the happier you’ll be.
Being a human #105 Read the signs. Literally and intuitively. Look up at the world in front of you, things are obvious. We spend too much time focused on one point of vision we miss the important things. If you pay attention to the details around you, you will see what wonders you have been… Continue reading Day 105
Being a human #102 Respect yourself and others. You don’t have to like someone to show them respect. Your actions and words of respect reflect your character values not the recipient’s morals. The other person doesn’t have to show you respect in return. That’s on them not you. Respect yourself. Aren’t you worth as much… Continue reading Day 102
Today is my 19260th day being alive. I still feel like a child in my head. An educated, experienced but young person lives in my aging traitorous body. I refuse to let age dictate my happiness.
Once in a while you must step out of time. It’s those moments when you have been reading, watching a movie, playing, singing, or some other sort of thought occupying thing that causes you to lose track of time. You look up at the clock and are surprised that a significant amount of time has… Continue reading Day 82
Everyday I wake up. Pray. Listen. Plan. Work. Pray. Listen. Focus. Write. Pray. Trust. Listen. Rest. Repeat. This is how I get through each day. Sometimes work is replaced with play. Pray. Listen. Live. Rest. Repeat.
What are you good at? What is it that you love to do? Are your talents and your love in the same field? It makes for a happy life if you are good at what you do. Work at it. Get better. Make it a priority. Then use what you are good at, what you… Continue reading Day 73
How bad do you want it? If you really want something you will find a way. There will always be obstacles to work around. If it’s something important to you, the way will be found.
Casual hobbies are a must for relaxing your brain. Even those past times that seem violent on the surface will relax the participants. Archery, target shooting, football, boxing, gaming or competition knitting. Find your way to relax. Don’t worry about the naysayers. They can find their own zen.
Sometimes you just need to look at the stars and remember how small your problems really are. You are but a speck in the universe and yet you are important. You, not your problems. Remember who you are and why you are here.