I’m definitely guilty of being one of those individuals who can become so task oriented that there is little-to-none thought given to what’s been achieved. I’ve started to see how this leads to a life where the glass is always half empty.
I’m typing this, having been convinced to stay in this Friday night. It’s a weird fallout of not taking time to appreciate the blessings of present moments, where I instinctively feel that I HAVE to be doing something. But tomorrow is never promised.
Focus on the relationships you have now and share the progress you’ve made with those you have around you now. You may need them when you take your next step.
I found this article to be a good read. You can find it HERE.
My personal opinion is that Brexit signals the end for a lot of things and, even though it may signal the beginning of a few good things, those few good things are so short-sighted and temporary. It’s almost as if the voters were giving some forgetful drug or some social ADD. Brexit will never make sense to me, excepting the part where corporate greed takes over and reduces a proud society to obedient robots.
Picture Credit to New York Times.
I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:
White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigns – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40687521
It took 3 days to get through this documentary but I found it really informative and it wasn’t the dramatic conspiracy theory that I thought it would be. It’s available on Netflix and I’d advise everyone to take some time to watch it. My only regret is that I didn’t take notes.
I think my gravest concern, having watched this documentary, is that the people we should be able to trust are the ones who are knowingly killing us – and, yes, it is as real as that. The dairy, egg and meat industry, working in cahoots with the Pharmaceutical industry, knowingly feed us products that they know increase our risk of dying before our time. Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure. Fed to us so we can run to the Pharmaceutical Industry, who take our hard-earned dollars, to treat diseases they have no intention of eradicating. In a nutshell, allowing you to die slowly (and sometimes painfully) is an important factor in the lining of pockets so deep that, if those pockets didn’t exist, the U.S. GDP INCREASE would equate to the 10th largest GDP country in the world. Wow!
When I was bullied as a teen, I recited this toxic mantra day after day after day. Sometimes in my head, sometimes out loud, sometimes from behind a smile and sometimes through tears. I wish I knew then what I know now.
As stress blocks developed in my head, I repeated this phrase in my head in a way that resembled banging my head off a brick wall. In the end, I came out alright. For others, the outcome hasn’t been so great. Some haven’t seen their outcomes. They aren’t here anymore…
Be careful with your words. Speak life and Love wherever you can, whenever you can. In the end, we will all be judged, for every idle word that leaves our mouths…
The acid attacks in London are pretty sickening. Permanently disfiguring someone for any reason is pretty brutal. Yet, I’m left asking the question of why there is such little camera evidence of these attacks when London is one of the world’s most surveilled cities? I’m not denying the attacks are happening. I’m just wondering how it is that they are happening away from the all-seeing eyes of the State.
I’m also curious as to where the acid is coming from. Victims speak of immediate burning. Acid that strong isn’t readily available over the counter and there doesn’t seem to be a spike in the purchasing of car batteries.
These are genuine questions. I’d be interested to hear answers.
Just some questions. What are your thoughts?
To love will always be a risk. Yet, it is in those intense moments of vulnerability that real Love manifests itself. It’s not the easiest of journeys but it is the most rewarding.