Here's what a friend wrote me after reading my recent post about karma:...you get what you get -- the only thing that really makes a difference is how you choose to respond to it. Life can be beautiful, life can be tragic; it is dynamic -- don't get too used to what you are doing now, 'cause it's . . .
I had lunch last week with a colleague I wanted to reconnect with for my workshop business. She emailed me a follow-up that included this statement: You are amazing in the way your life has fallen into an almost too good to be true situation. You must have some seriously good karma.You never want . . .
Happiness is an attitude. We either make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same. ~Francesca ReiglerThe antidote for fifty enemies is one friend. ~AristotleIf you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary... - Jim RohnStart with . . .
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This is from last year's Memorial Day celebration in Washington D.C. Great choice. Gladys still has it.War's the easy way out, you know. Just knock each other over the head (figuratively) repeatedly. Killing hasn't worked so far, and it's been thousands of years.I wonder when we'll figure out a . . .