Tagged with perspective

A New Lease on Life

A New Lease on Life

I didn’t even know how much I needed it until it arrived. (Well, that’s not exactly true.) I was crossing my fingers and toes that I would get good news, but I was preparing myself for the worst just in case. “Just in case” may feel like a denial of hope in a given situation. … Continue reading

Everybody Poops But Not Everything in Life Sucks

Day 9: #Trust30 Project To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men, that is genius. – Ralph Waldo Emerson A good friend is going through a personal crisis. She’s facing a financial situation with so many twists and turns, she feels emotionally … Continue reading

Where’s Your Focus?

There is so much sorrow in the world. It’s easy for me to focus all of my attention on everything going wrong–the seemingly never-ending rain, the end of my job, the present size of my butt vs. the size I would like it to be. When I focus on what I lack, I create more … Continue reading

There Is No Substitute for the Truth or Is There?

Everything happens for a reason. Every choice, every direction, every path you choose will lead you somewhere. Not choosing isn’t an option, since not choosing is the choice.  Denial has its own ramifications–whether it’s feeling disconnected from the people you love, stuck in job you no longer enjoy, blaming others for your problems or feeling … Continue reading

You are a Figment of Your Own Imagination

“Someone else’s experience is always a reflection. Your own experience is your reality. The physical world is always a reflection. Your inner world is the reality.” — John-Roger I’ve been thinking about this quote all week. Not every minute of the day, but it keeps showing up in my head reminding me how true it is, … Continue reading