The difference between being busy and actually accomplishing what you set out to—in a day, a week, a lifetime—can be significant.
“Our animal friends teach us more than we could have expected…And love us more than we could have hoped……That’s why we miss them more than we could have imagined.”
It might also be difficult to admit.
The tools we need to cope are probably already on our toolbelt.
Can grief awaken our capacity to notice connections between seemingly unrelated events?
What I have finally figured out was this little life-gem: what might be a priority to me isn’t necessarily a priority to others.
Have you ever heard of a soul-massage?
Regardless of the path you choose, you’ve just entered what will undoubtedly be the sh*ttiest journey of your life.
Sometimes what seems like really lousy timing is, in retrospect, right on the mark.
In the end a decision needs to be made – even if it is the decision to do nothing at all.
The sooner I can shed that which I no longer want or need (or is no longer serving me), the more time and energy I will have to focus on what really matters to me.
A Cautionary Tale about the importance of investing wisely for a grandchild’s future.
You just never know where the seed of an idea will take root…and grow into a multi-million dollar tree.
Many of our financial “decisions” are, in fact, made more or less unconsciously.
As in Jerry Springer…the TV show we loved to hate because it was trashy—but oh-so-watchable. And why was that?
After the death of our bodies, I strongly suspect our soul does continue to exist in some capacity.