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What do you download into your life? I am talking about from the world around you. Negative headlines? Latest juicy gossip? Fear-mongering? OPO Virus (Other People’s Opinions)? Movies and videos with violence? Conditioned social beliefs and customs? Unwanted obligations? Toxic … Continue reading
I woke up this morning with thoughts about life choices flowing into my mind. So I created this accompanying image as a reminder and filed it away. Then got a call from a friend who just lost his wife. What … Continue reading
There are a few people I have no control over. 7.3 billion to be exact. I keep myself pretty busy just working on me. I’ve a long list of areas to maintain. Here are a few to get us started. … Continue reading
I almost did it again … pour ground coffee into the brew basket without a filter. If there is anyone out there who never messed up using today’s convenient, fool-proof coffee makers, you deserve a medal. I’ve realized I need … Continue reading
11:11. 12:12. 8:08. 1:00. Do you keep seeing the same numbers everywhere you look? License plates, clocks, billboards, restaurant menus, shampoo bottles, street signs? You’re receiving guidance. It’s your own intuition trying to get your attention. You can call this … Continue reading
Everyone needs kindness. Whether they “deserve” it or not. Haven’t you had a bad day when someone said or did one small thing that gave you a needed boost? The people most in need of kindness are often the very … Continue reading
Christmas is a time to give creative gifts, something children intuitively love to do. On a December morning when eight years old, I received monumental inspiration. I had recently learned from my big brother how to make ash trays out … Continue reading