I'll just come right out and say it: I don't like the idea of spending "eternity" playing a harp. I wouldn't even want to spend eternity playing a French horn, which happens to be the musical instrument I played from 5th grade through high school and love. I love to hear it starting at minute 1:05 … Continue reading Eternity? Who me?
"Some people hear their own inner voices with great clearness. And they live by what they hear. Such people become crazy... or they become legend." -Jim Harrison Many moons ago, I remember asking my psychology professor if people who were crazy knew that they were crazy or if they just went through their days in a blissful … Continue reading Your Inner Voice
Why am I advising you to look to alter-ego Steve Rogers instead of Captain America for motivation? Because without Steve Rogers there would be no Captain America. Steve Rogers created Captain America long before he received the dose of serum that transformed his body into the masterpiece of physical stamina that could now serve to complement the … Continue reading Want results? Channel Steve Rogers
So all this time you believed that being considered a cockyshithead (CSH) was an insult? Guess again! Whether it be movie characters like Katharine Parker and Zack Mayo or real-life individuals from my own actual life experience, CSHs are a tremendous source of fascination for me. … Continue reading CockyShit-head is a superpower
Lynyrd Skynyrd understood what it was to be a simple man: Mama told me when I was young "Come sit beside me, my only son And listen closely to what I say And if you do this it'll help you some sunny day" "Oh, take your time, don't live too fast Troubles will come and … Continue reading To be a simple man
You are not a number. Who you are cannot be represented by a number on a scale, by a calendar, or in a checkbook. The world makes assumptions based on numbers, but we can choose not to adhere to them by teaching ourselves to access the true core of our existence and see beyond these assumptions. This … Continue reading Forget the numbers