Today I'm feeling the inertia. It's hard because I want to read. I went shopping today and took a trip out to the library. When they didn't have the book I wanted, I stopped at the bookstore and bought it. Add one more book I have started reading to my list. And right now, all … Continue reading Gratitude in slowing down
There's a little star out there. Its light takes an extraordinarily long time to reach your eyes for you to see it. If it's light keeps shining straight until it reaches your gaze, what do you think its gravitational pull can do to you? Who says that everything isn't connected?
I like to imagine the existence of alternate realities, especially in relation to my own life. Many times, it give me hope. I don't like to think that alternate realities spin off of every decision, like a new reality coming into existence because I decided to have a grilled cheese sandwich with my cup of … Continue reading Alternate reality mind games
Where I am, it is now the winter solstice. In the southern hemisphere, it is now the summer solstice. Okay, I have to say this is a hard concept for me to wrap my brain around and I know that it's probably got to do with the fact that I've been in the northern hemisphere … Continue reading Happy Solstice
Hope is not a strategy. I've said that. Heck, I have a picture near me that I ripped out of a magazine years ago that says that. Yep, I own the sign. However, I do believe hope is an ingredient. There was something about yesterday's post where I got to thinking about Star Trek utopia … Continue reading Hope
Everyone is always doing the best they can for what they know at that moment in time. That's the lesson I'm trying to remember today. I'm afraid that's all that I have to say. And it took me a long time to write. Please just remember that while you're out on your adventures. Cheers.
Here in the states, we are celebrating Thanksgiving today. I know I have readers from many different countries, so today I would like to share my Thanksgiving with all of you, whether you are in the U.S. or not. I certainly have many things to be grateful for. Thank you for being a reader of … Continue reading A Day for Giving Thanks
Today I talk about how writing is like drowning in quicksand. Yes, you heard me right. Drowning in quicksand. And yet you have to trust the process. It is the only way you might survive. I've heard it said, though never *thankfully* experienced, that if you fall into quicksand, you are not supposed to struggle … Continue reading Drowning in the quicksand