I came across this wonderful quote from Emily Dickinson today and had to post it: Find ecstasy in life; the mere sense of living is joy enough. Isn’t that the essence of everything we want? That simply waking up to enjoy another day is enough? Combine that with what Wayne Dyer told himself every moring, […]
He’s not for the timid soul. He doesn’t hold your hand and lead you oh-so-gently down the path to publishing. Bell strikes me as a man of action and his help emphasizes that.
The problem that is not often identified is that the second way of thinking rarely offers measurable answers. This leads to all kinds of trouble from hurt feelings to religious wars.
Since my cycling accident, I’ve had a very hard time putting up with arrogance and hubris. It still irks my wife when someone says that my being hit by a car is a one-in-a-million happenstance that will never happen to me again. Go ride! What the heck!
Much of our daily life is spent being pulled in directions that we don’t choose. Choosing what to focus on is a worthy and profitable battle.
This bit of wisdom comes from Jewish history via actor Mayin Bailik
This is Peter Sagan. Or as he is sometimes called, Peter the Great,or the Tourmanator.