As I scramble to add a few final titles to my list of books I’ve read this year, I’m burning through some books that fall under the heading of “short and sweet” — big on message, short on page count. One the books that fills that requirement better than most is Kevin Carroll’s “Rules of the […]
Worries flock together like birds. It starts with just one worry flapping its wings and squawking in your head, but it can quickly lead to other worst-case-what-ifs joining in. Soon you have an entire aviary of anxiety housed in your head. The thing about birds (and worries) is that any sort of quick movement toward […]
Did you know that you get exactly the kind of day you choose?
Did you jump out of bed five minutes before the alarm went off eager to greet the day with a “God, What a good morning!” or did you blindly thrash out a hand to hit the snooze bar after it honked at you for ten minutes with a grumbled “Good God… it’s morning.”
It’s a new day and new choice (YOUR choice) every morning.
Alchemy was the ancient science and art of transmutation — the idea that with the proper knowledge one could convert universal matter from one thing into any other thing — primarily the pursuit seemed to focus on changing base metals into gold. The tool thought to unlock these secrets for the alchemist was an item referred to as The Philosopher’s Stone. I’ve discovered the secret of transmuting negative emotion into positive emotion. Worry, fear, depression, etc. can all be converted into positive energy. Emotional lead magically transformed into an attitude of gold.
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “Curiosity killed the cat” it’s probably one of the more morbid cliches out there. Imagine, curiosity actually proving fatal to felines. Meee-OW! The phrase doesn’t actually spell out the fact that it was the cat’s own curiosity that did him in. Perhaps it is a human’s curiosity that puts […]
This looks like a job for… Who would you call if the world needed saving? Clark Kent — or Superman? They’re both supposed to be the same person — but the guy in the cape and tights has a resume that says he can bend steel bars, leap tall buildings in a single bound and […]