Tag: perception
0109 It Happens - Small

“Trouble, how many ways do I detest thee? Let me count the ways.” ~Not Quite William Shakespeare. In a lot of ways we do create our own reality but sometimes undesirable events occur in our lives in which we have no say whatsoever. A bolt of lightning, for instance, that kills or maims us. We […]

0104 Angry Fools - small

We may laugh when we see some angry fool carrying on, at least until he or she breaks something or hits somebody, or worse. At that point we might unleash our own angry fool, and a battle ensues. We might not so easily see the anger as a parasite within ourselves. The angry fool most […]

0076 Cords - cords-1a

“Cords. Can’t live with ‘em, can’t live without ‘em.” –Two-Bit Guru Everyone knows you can put a pile of cords in a box and when you try to take the cords out of the box they are all jumbled up (although not hopelessly so unless you’re overly melodramatic). Nobody seems to know why cords get […]

Sad or happy, it's your choice. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.

“Remember to play after every storm!” Mattie Stepanek If you’ve read my previous Creating Your Own Reality posts you probably agree that at least some of the time and in some ways we can influence and dramatically effect our reality. I’m going to make a bold statement and say that every moment of our lives […]

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In the middle of the morning rush hour, a fellow with a violin sets up shop in the metro station. He wears jeans, a black long-sleeved T-shirt, a baseball cap. His violin case lays open on the floor, seeded with a couple of his own dollars and change. While he plays 6 classical pieces hundreds […]

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“It is the mind that maketh good or ill, That maketh wretch or happy, rich or poor.” Michel de Montaigne “And the face …” Eno In the previous blog, I wrote about how our facial expressions can change our feelings. We also express our feelings with our faces. Almost too obvious to state, isn’t it? […]

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“I don’t know how many parts this thing will have, but you can be sure it will have at least one.” Eno When a friend told me a long time ago that we create our own reality I thought he was screwy, but I was willing to accept two things: If I spend a day […]