Stop Fighting, Start Loving (Part 2)

If you missed Part 1, you can go back and read it here. How much more would you enjoy your life if nothing around you had to change in order for you to feel good and be happy? I'm not saying every moment would be fluffy bunnies and rainbows, but any moment you want, whether …

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Stop Fighting, Start Loving

This is the first part of a two-part post, part 2 of this post can be found here. Poets and singers have been writing and singing about it, painters have been painting it, and human beings all over the world are making it, 24-hours a day... but what is 'love' to you? Have you ever stopped …

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A Closer Look At Failure

What is failure? Who decides whether we have, indeed, failed? Who wrote your definitions of success and failure? Was it you?  Was it your parents?  Your teachers?  Your priest?  Your wife?  Or perhaps the ethereal 'they' of society at large? If it isn't your own voice you hear calling you a success or a failure, …

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Madness Is Subjective

My husband, bless his heart, thinks I'm absolutely mental.  To him, LOA is absolute gibberish; pie-in-the-sky wishful thinking. "I'm a realist," he says. This, despite the fact that I have PROVEN to him that a single sentence can alter his 'reality', at any given moment.  In fact, I do so on a regular basis.  This one …

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