" The mind is Everything. What you think, you become." - Buddha
Net-worth: Your assets minus your debts. Self-worth: The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. In our material possession obsessed society we love to compare ourselves to others. Perhaps it is human nature. Unfortunately because we can only compare the things that we can objectively measure, we live in a world that is great at measuring and … Continue reading Self Worth vs Net Worth
IN-SHADOW: A Modern Odyssey removes the masks people wear to reveal the deeper truth at the heart of Western society’s deepest issues: at our core, we are all human.
“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh You spend 24 hours a day with yourself. Every time you look in the mirror there you are. Every thought you have is yours. Every internal conversation you have is with yourself. … Continue reading Wherever You Go, There You Are
“Eighty percent of success is showing up.” ~Woody Allen So maybe people try to change too much all at once. You know the feeling right? You are all super excited and motivated to eat better AND start a new exercise routine. Oh AND you are going to walk more and get your papers organized every week. … Continue reading Pick ONE Thing And DO It Every Day For A Year
Trying to find the answer to what matters in life is like trying to find a needle in 50 million haystacks. What does matter in life anyway?
“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” – William Shakespeare, “Hamlet” So as of today my son informed me of his decison the withdraw from his course of study at college. How would you feel? How would you react? I will admit to being a bit disappointed. And stressed. He has … Continue reading Accept What Is — Don’t Judge as Good or Bad
You do get to choose the live you lead. Live with intention and purpose.
A few years ago I picked up The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin at the library. I really liked it. She tells the story of how on one rainy day on a train in New York City, Gretchen Rubin was jolted to discover her life as it was. She always believed she’d outgrow her limitations … Continue reading The Only “Personality Quiz” That Has Made Sense To Me