The boy with a backpack was ten years old, give or take a year. He had bright, intelligent eyes and a cocky assurance about him. He wore a tan jacket and khakhi full length trousers, in protection against the chilly winter winds. He was carrying a backpack which he refused to put down. From time to time he would hitch… Read more »
Water Boarding is not just a romantic story. While the story revolves around love (yes, there is a love triangle), this story is a lot more than just another romance. The story demonstrates how circumstances and events can hold you immovably captive in their grip, reducing you to a helplessness so acute that you feel as if you were drowning. [Water… Read more »
I affirm that… I am a product of my choices, never of my circumstances. Today is rich with opportunity and I open my heart to receive it. If you always attach positive emotions to the things you want, and never attach negative emotions to the things you don’t, then that which you desire most will invariably come your… Read more »
A few days ago, as I scrolled rapidly down my Facebook newsfeed, I was arrested by this sentence: You are heartless if you scroll by without hitting a ‘like’ on this post. Under this sentence was (as you can guess, I’m sure) a pathetic and sad photo of a wounded dog. Normally nonsense of this kind swishes by my ears… Read more »
Declaring yourself ready is the most eloquent statement of passionate dedication and commitment.
When I say “RED” and you hear “BLUE”…
People who rise early must also be abed early if they don’t want to stumble around half asleep all the time.
Join me as I share some thoughts triggered by Brene Brown’s Daring Greatly.
Lack of inner certainly fosters imbalance and instability. With a constantly shifting core, your perceptions become random and inconsistent- and that upsets you further.
Ms Rand called it moral neutrality in 1962, we call it Political Correctness in 2015.