Every life is made of fine threads of spun fibers. These fibers create the fabric, which is the woven tapestry that we call life. Some things in life we can’t choose. We can’t choose our family, the weather, how we look, and what other people think and do. We can, however, choose how we respond… Continue reading The Tapestry
When asked outright “Who are you?” many of you will describe your roles - mom, dad, friend, sibling. You might even describe your job-nurse, fireman, or manager. This is not who you are. It is what you do or the role you play. It’s part of you, but you are than that. Who you say… Continue reading Who do you say you are?
Wherever you point it, things stick to it. Wherever your thoughts go, so shall you.
It’s infectious. How can one person make a difference in a world so big? How can one person make a positive impact when there is so much? Often, we see ourselves as incapable of making a difference. Because of time, money, and skill. We think making a difference is having to change the world by… Continue reading Making A Difference is Like the Flu
Even though the grains are all different sometimes, it's hard to tell them apart. Urges are thoughts manifesting as needs. If we focus on the urge, we overlook the actual need. We have basic needs according to Maslow hierarchy of needs. Which include: 1. Safety 2. Love and belonging 3. Self-esteem, achievement, and autonomy 4.… Continue reading Needs are like grains of sand