How do you say thank you for sunshine or health?
We get to a certain age and think the world might stop asking so much of us. But I’m finding it doesn’t. There are always things and people and schedules that pull at us. They just change over time. One of the most important things I’ve learned though, is that growing up doesn’t mean leaving behind who I am. I love what David Lynch has to say on this subject: We think we understand the rules when we become adults, but what we really experience is a narrowing of the imagination. Don’t let it happen to you.
What keeps you from walking outside and letting the outdoors embrace you with its magic? Nothing? Great! It’s a powerful dose of medicine to be outdoors (I never understand walking on a treadmill looking out the window at a beautiful day on the other side of the glass).
“For the first time in my life, I didn’t have any friends.” This was the opening sentence of a magazine article I read last week. I could totally relate. Having just moved to a new state, I literally, have no girlfriends here. Not one. Nada. Zero.
Would it surprise you to learn that Americans, for the first time ever on record, spent more money at restaurants and bars last year than at grocery stores? It’s true.
I remember this pizza at the airport in Rome. Served as this was on a simple white paper plate with plastic utensils, it was certainly not a fussy spot to eat (by far)
Ignore the promises you have to keep. What? Why would I promote not keeping your promises? I wouldn’t. Not really.
Have you been reading, like I have recently, of all the health benefits of drinking coffee?
Marianne Williamson said, years ago on a Hay House Cruise, that until we clear out the clutter in our lives, metaphorically and literally, we can’t make room for anything new. It’s a simple thing, really, but our ego often refuses to put down some of the unnecessary or even harmful things we carry, preventing us from opening the gate. The gate to what?