new attitude

new attitude

Like a worn out pair of jeans, you have to realize its uselessness and throw them out. You have to abandon your old pessimistic attitude with which you approach many moments and burden many people. Your tired, old, urine stained remarks have worn themselves out. Your...
around the bend

around the bend

There is always something magical around the next corner and our hearts are always aflutter and yearn to find out what that might be. But we rarely take the next corner. We remain where we are. Grounded in fear. We are very timid creatures. Easily frozen still and so...
it’s not good to hide

it’s not good to hide

It’s not good to hide and at some point in our lives we all do it. There is this little voice inside all of us that shudders at the thought of being noticed and being the focus of attention. We play a game of tug and war with our lives. On the one hand, we want a...
the unexpected

the unexpected

Why are we always surprised that the unexpected happens? Why are we so afraid to be in the flow and dare to explore the unknown and embrace the undiscovered? We focus all our attention on sucking the nuance out of everything we do because deep down, somewhere...
what if?

what if?

There are many things that we think we can’t do. We tell our selves many times, many things that may or may not go wrong. We don’t push hard enough, we don’t try often enough, and we discourage ourselves to get up fast enough. But what if? What if today was different?...
being on time

being on time

In Pathways to Possibilities, Rosamund Zander makes a very bold suggestion that it is not a good idea to wish to be on time. Not because time doesn’t deserve our respect but because being on time is an impossible notion. Something that sets us up for failure. The idea...