today's lesson learned:
what you put into it is what you get out of it. simple as that.
just purchased my skydiving Groupon! Woop Woop! #2012bucketlist #YOLO
Search deep within to find a purpose for your life that’s much bigger than...– Me :)
If you want to identify me, ask me not where I live, or what I like to eat, or...– Thomas Merton
nagging vs. negotiating
nagging is complaining. negotiating is seeking resolution in order to come to an agreement. ‘picking your battles’ establishes how you will communicate. the question really is, why does there have to be a battle in the first place? establish a relationship ‘team’ that can talk about issues and negotiate conflicts- both big and small.
If you can keep up with me, you have a better...
who you are vs. what you do
by Jason Reynolds aka my favorite blogger aka my favorite poet :) My final, final, final note on Whitney So, this is my final, final, final note on the late, legend, Whitney Houston. I know, most of you are either thinking, “Enough with the Whitney commentary,” or, “Wait, Jason, you havent said anything about her yet.” No I haven’t , but I have in my head. I just haven’t had time to write about...
if a man invites me to the farmers market, and then back home to prepare a mostly vegan meal- after which on a walk around a body of water surrounded by grass to lie on a blanket and read a book- in my mind, he’s probably trying to seduce me. and it would probably work.
God is able to do exceedingly and abundantly above all we could ever ask for, according to his power that is at work within us. WOW. Ephesians 3:20
Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again. This time, more intelligently– Henry Ford
We too are called to withdraw at certain intervals into deeper silence and...– Blessed Mother Teresa
Overheard: “relationships are work, more than they are feelings.”
Instead of being disgusted by poverty, we are... →
randomitus: Randomitus: An immensely visceral article from a talented and insightful essayist. I urge to read this and take a good look at yourself in the mirror. I think it fair to appropriate the old “Green” slogan: “Think globally, act locally” when it comes to this issue. We, the fortunate, have a moral responsibility to our fellow human beings. Empathy has crashed. No more cruel to be...