Who can relate to learning how to ride a bike as a kid, and the inevitable crash that followed? Maybe it wasn’t the first day, but at some point, you became comfortable, and stopped paying attention to what you were doing, or you attempted a new trick, only to come crashing down. Maybe you never had this experience with a bike. For you, maybe it was on a skateboard, or rollerblades, or surf boarding in the ocean. I’ve experienced many crashes in my life, but I’ve never surfed (nor is it on my list of top 10 things to do). Continue reading >>
Now, I may get in trouble on this one, but please stick with me and see where it goes. Let me just put it out there — this post, this blog, is not about Jesus, the Bible, the Koran, Buddhism, organized religion, etc. If you’ve been visiting TLT for any length of time, you know it’s about Trust, Love, Peace, Letting Go, Knowing You Are Enough, and Recognizing What Is. It’s for those who are Seekers of Truth. If this resonates with you, please continue…. Earlier this summer, while shopping at the grocery store, I reached down in the produce Continue reading >>
Continued from Monday’s post, If you live your life with the understanding of What Is, There Is No Waiting…. I hope today’s Friday-Short is a nice reinforcer of Monday’s post, as well as the start to a beautiful weekend! In order to focus on my book, I’ve decreased the number of weekly TLT posts by one. Please subscribe above, that way you won’t miss a beat!
I keep waiting for my body to feel ‘normal’ again. I think, because I’m a hopeful person, I keep hoping that my body will go back to feeling how it did pre-cancer, pre-surgeries. I’m just about done waiting…. Around 11 months ago my brilliant surgeons went in and removed all of my breast tissue, replacing the undesirable tissue with temporary implants, and eventually permanent implants. Yes, that’s 11 months for me to get used to a new body, a new normal. Yet I still wait. I still can’t hold several yoga postures. Or, if I manage to get into the Continue reading >>
“I find it fascinating that most people plan their vacations with better care than they plan their lives. Perhaps that is because escape is easier than change.“ ~Jim Rohn Do you plan out your day? Your week? Your month? If so, how much do you plan? How far do you take it? I’ve known people who could easily have PhD’s in planning… from Harvard!, and others who wouldn’t know what a simple calendar looked like, much less how to use it, if it hit them up-side the head. So, where do I fit in? Post PhD — I’m the Continue reading >>