Attempting to force our will on another becomes unnecessary once we acknowledge and utilize our freedom in exclusively placing our energy only where it serves us in an optimal manner. I've taken to repeating the mantra, "I require NOTHING!" Okay, full disclosure: sometimes I need to shout it so that it really sinks into my … Continue reading I require NOTHING (from YOU)
If you're struggling with the concept of: "I HAVE EVERYTHING I NEED" it may be due to our human tendency to compare what we have in relation to what this, that, or the next person has. We take a look, get out our internal measuring tape or scale and start "working the numbers". We unconsciously … Continue reading Comparing is a waste of energy
Have you heard the story about the ceremonial first pitch at last night's Chicago White Sox game being one of the worst EVER? I don't currently follow baseball and only know about it because it's all over the news and was a topic of conversation on LIVE With Kelly and Ryan, leading them to discuss … Continue reading Caring what the crowd thinks is an expensive habit
"So don't you try to tame the lionJust to ride on the horizonCan somebody let the beast out, babyYeah, we all hide our desireAnd then we feel the beat like fireWill somebody let the beast out, baby" The Lion The Beast The Beat -written by Grace Potter The first time I heard The Lion The … Continue reading Your beast- your beat
If you're a reader who wants to get to the meat of the matter without wading through the added words it may require for me to dissect my abstract observations and mystical mind wanderings in order to arrive at my conclusion, I'm going to answer that question. After all, I have spent the last 30 … Continue reading Does Drunk=Wasted?
I used to have this picture in my head of someone with a drinking "problem" as falling down in an alley. And they were dirty; perhaps with torn and disheveled clothing. And most likely it was raining. Yes, it was absolutely wet and dark. And as I said, there was that alley. Therefore, during eleventh … Continue reading Too much