Tag: sadness

Many different teachers have come to me in many different forms or guises, sometimes remaining in my life for years and years, other times only for a few moments. I have learned from people, animals, plants, supposedly inanimate objects, and the universe. You probably get the idea that I’m not big on the One-and-Only Teacher […]

“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 […]

“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? […]

“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 […]