Social activities are important, but not if they are simply filler for an empty life.
An empty nest is only the beginning of grand new adventures, even if the mother bird stays close to home.
Developing a good relationship with your tools is so very key to success. An understanding of the nuances of your tools brings accuracy, contrary to what the salesperson at the shop might try to tell you. This understanding, this relationship you might say, only comes through practice.
Condescension or levity when addressing someone’s fear or anger makes you the bully in the room.
After months of relative absence here and complete absence on my other blog, a new post has emerged from the rubble of a very contentious and damaging election cycle.
Looking Forward – Learning from the Past is ready for pondering.
Seek solutions before settling for excuses.
Solutions may not always be cure-alls, but they often are just enough to make a rough situation more bearable.
In my house, the common solution comes from simple advice.
- Get up and move…
- Drink a glass of water…
- Drink a glass of juice…
- Do something creative…
- Get some fresh air…
Certainly the ills and woes of life are not eradicated by such simple suggestions, but they are often lessened.
First I laughed so hard it hurt,
Then later I cried the tears of healing,
Finally, I slept.