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If you're doing as you've been led to do, don't throw in the towel the first or 100th! time "logic" (often exacerbated by voices from the crowd) asks you, "what am I getting out of this?" Forget about the return for now and keep moving forward faithfully. Only later is it revealed to us that often... Continue Reading →

Spiritual Confidence 101

According to Hal Slocumb, "brains will only get you so far and luck always runs out." The Masters add this: "but combined with all you have within, your capacity is more immense than human logic allows you to comprehend. Intelligence and luck have their limits. Spiritual capacity is limitless." BOOOOOOOOM!! That blows me away with... Continue Reading →

Enough ALREADY

You are enough AS IS. What am I talking about? Do I even know what I'm talking about in the first place? And if I do indeed know what I'm talking about, can I prove it? Is there a type of document, physical proof, or tangible evidence I could offer up that would allow you... Continue Reading →

Outcome? Release it

I'm going to tell you one thing you can do today that will allow you to reach your goals. It's not a new concept and it's one I've referred to many times on this blog, but it bears repeating. In many instances applying this practice will go against what you've been conditioned to believe and... Continue Reading →

The Curse of The Coulda-Shoulda-Wouldas

It's not your fault. You know- that thing (s) you did "wrong" in the back of your mind, sometimes insinuating itself to the front of your mind, aggressively spreading its big ass across even the little nooks and crannies of your mind, eventually invading every facet of your waking, and quite possibly, sleeping hours? That's the thing... Continue Reading →

Stuck in comfortable

The thing about being comfortable is that it sneaks up on you, embracing you in the blanketed coziness of familiarity that tends to blur your awareness that I'm. Not. Moving. Forward. Um, sorry. I didn't seem to notice. I was justsadamn comfortable...  If you're familiar with the movie RainMan, you may remember Raymond Babbit's frenzied insistence in adhering to the comfort... Continue Reading →

Get outta PARK!

How do you get out of PARK and motivate yourself into action? By tossing feelings in the back seat and allowing faith to ride shotgun.  Feelings have their place in your world, but they tend to be shaky companions in that they're often dishonest and frequently distract you from the destination you're aiming for by leading you... Continue Reading →

When a cookie is more than a cookie

A cookie becomes more than a cookie when you decide it is more than a cookie, as with anything that you decide is more than what it actually is. You make it so by believing it is so. This favorite John Green quote sums it up beautifully: A cookie is a cookie- food. Money is money- legal tender for... Continue Reading →

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