I read somewhere that it takes roughly 21 days to make or break a habit, so instead of having goals for this school/academic year that starting now, I decided that I will establish monthly goals. I will start each month by writing 5 specific and measurable goals. Then, I will analyze my success at the end of the month. What about you?
No space, no time, no Thomas. And then--how inevitable: Time kicks in. I'm Thomas again, or almost, suspended among tubes and cords, beeps, and airborne chemicals. A smothering sensation thins into searing pain. Therefore, I must be alive. Therefore--that's the proof of existence. I'm here but broken. In the distance, sheets of light and feathery […]
A thought by Rick Warren, (2012-10-23) from his book, The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For? (p. 49). Zondervan. Kindle Edition. (Click on the title to go to Amazon.com to buy the book.)
That is so true. My writing this and sending it out on a holiday for you to read is done in light of my believing that this life you and I are living is not the end. My belief is that this life I am living now is only a very small part of the life that I will live. My 90 or so years is only a drop in the bucket of my life.
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"10 Quotes Can Help Spark an Awakening of Humanity"
Humanity has been at war for many thousands of years. Not at war with itself, but with an intelligent band of beast who view themselves as gods and view humanity as their personal property. Over the years there have been many great warriors who have struggled to bring humanity to its senses and mount a successful resistance to this war on humanity or more precisely a war on human consciousness.
Etymology is always an interesting subject. We often don’t give a second thought to the words we use in everyday life, but many of them have fascinating origins and have survived as part of our language for centuries. There are countless examples of words which have unexpected origins and represented very different things in societies and cultures of centuries past. Our language has changed considerably over the years and the original meanings of some of these words are far removed from our modern day usage.
Do you believe you can heal from illness/ shed weight/ achieve balanced and vibrant health? When you think of the road to health do you think it is your divine right or are you stuck in the mindset that being sick, fat, or otherwise unhealthy is "just the way it is"?
As Above, So Below is an ambitious excavation horror movie that tries to blend the world of Indiana Jones with the found footage genre.
Even though fall doesn’t officially start until late September I consider the end of summer to be Labor Day. I have already begun the process of transitioning my summer wardrobe into my fall wardrobe. It is a little bittersweet to have summer ending but I could not be more excited for the start of fall. To celebrate and bid farewell to the end of another season I have compiled my favorite outfits from summer to take a look back on. Was there a specific favorite of yours?
Overwhelmed by the unsettling fear that I didn't really know myself, which quickly segued into a disturbing sense of helplessness and lack of control, I went into therapy. I can't say that therapy did much for me. After months of rehashing old issues about my sexuality (yeah, I'd been around the block only about a zillion times by the time I was 20), which only served to stir up feelings of frustration and anger toward my parents, I called it quits. The thoughts were still there and showed no sign of budging. Everything felt mechanical. What was supposed to be the happiest time in my life was painful. Ruined. Why was I so different from everyone else? Why couldn't I just be happy?
A while back I wrote a piece entitled, “What Women Want” and had the aid of three lovely and very talented ladies to help me figure out just what that was.
Now however, I figured it was the men’s turn to share their thoughts and spill their guts, hence this piece.
There were three totally radical dudes (listed below) who actually answered my questions, can you believe it, I’m as happy as I was the day I discovered ...
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"Six Feet Under" was on. It had been one of my favorite shows, before the coma, but now I was having a hard time looking at the screen. There was a body on the gurney and tubes were draining the blood from it while others replaced the blood with, I assume, formaldehyde. Our children were asleep in their bedrooms, probably dreaming about their birthdays that were just a few days away. Our daughter would be turning eleven and our son would be turning six. The show ended and my husband kissed me goodnight and went to bed, he had work in the morning.
This past week I met one of the many, many patients that stream through the hospital. I haven’t been able to stop thinking of this person since my eyes first saw the confused, delusional, unsettled eyes that looked through me as we met.
As I participated in the care of this patient, I realized and verbalized to the younger physician and nurses in the room with me, ”This person was just like us at one point—a job, “regular” living habits, deciding what to eat, when to eat, deciding how to live life—this person did all those things just like we do now.” It was a gut-wrenching revelation. It’s not the first time I’ve had it, but this week, that thought worked its way deeper into my heart than in previous times.
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Passata di pomodoro is the multi-purpose tomato purée that every aspiring Italian cook should learn how to make. Fortunately, it's really quick and easy.
We’ve got a lot of numbers in our lives: age, weight, height, income, bank accounts and more.
In turn, this gives us a lot of opportunities to judge ourselves and be judged by others.