“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are”. ~ C G Jung Who are you? Not your name. Who are you as a person? What drives you? What is your passion? This were questions that I was asked some time ago and I had a hard time answering them. Eventually I… Continue reading Who Are You?
Welcome to the future where there’s a pill for everything under the sun and another pill or 2(or 4) for the side effects. If anyone has been to a doctor you know what I’m talking about. For example, I was having a problem with my blood pressure and instead of exploring the reason for it,… Continue reading “There’s A Pill For That”
Written August 7, 2015(650 words) “The Greatest Oak was once a Little Nut who held its ground.” Buddhist Proverb My Higher Power definitely works in mysterious ways. He doesn’t give me what I want when I want it, but he does give me what I need just exactly and only when I need it. And… Continue reading Another Little Nut
Written December , 2016(edited 2017) What would you do if you were diagnosed with a terminal illness and you were given a certain amount of time to live? Would you make a bucket list(a list of things you want to do before you die) and try to do everything on it? Would you hole up… Continue reading “If today was your last day…”
Witten July 15, 2017 “Stand for something or you will fall for anything. Today’s mighty oak is yesterday’s nut that held its ground.” ~Rosa Parks Today’s quote is very similar to one I wrote about recently on my social media page. Only this time I’m going to look at it the way Rosa Parks did… Continue reading A Little Nut
Written July 25, 2017 “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” Reinhold Niebuhr 1934 We all have those days when it seems like nothing is going right and everything is going wrong. It’s those days… Continue reading Grant Me the Serenity
“A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed” ~ Unknown Many of my loyal readers know I like to give credit to the author of the quotes that I use. Sometimes that’s not always possible no matter how much I scour the Web or how many ways I put the question into the search engine.… Continue reading A Friend in Need