If you enjoy the ritual of the New Year Resolution, here are some ideas to chew on…
Selfishness doesn’t have to leave a legacy of angry people and damaged relationships. You can be selfish and selfless at the same time.
Fear is more than just a mechanism we evolved to keep us alive. Fear can also be a useful tool to help us face life’s challenges.
Mindfulness teaches us to accept what is, but what happens when we can’t get past the feeling that we’re giving up when we do that?
I’ve never offered a direct opinion on the popular phrase, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” That is, until now.
The people and circumstances in my life enrich my human experience, but I do not need them to simply be.
My one big takeaway: Go with someone you know appreciates all things geek, and your experience will be that much better.
If you’re a human being with a desire to live joyously, you may want to pay attention.
I’m learning how to embrace every aspect of my personality so I can see how the less desirable parts fit into the totality of who I am.
My whole point in this reflection is that there are many ways to care while not caring. Find what works and then run with it.
There’s no way to sugar-coat this, so I’ll just say it; control is an illusion.
In the end, I find that by simply BEING and allowing myself to do what feels best, I can keep smiling because I’m at peace. You can’t put a price on that.