saying no

saying no

Saying no is a forgotten art in our society and saying yes seems to come and go with our moods. We love the perpetual maybe, probably because it gives us the illusion of doing something when in fact it is the worst linguistic trap there is. Maybe is nothing more than...
yes

yes

Yes. Yes is the word we should be using very often, unfortunatelly, it too often gets smothered by a hesitant maybe.  Maybe.  Oh, that would be nice. Maybe, yes. It would be so lovely. If only. Just imagine how my life would change. Someday. One day....
heavy fog

heavy fog

There is a heavy fog that hangs over you when you are unable to make a decision. It hangs and lingers, suffocating your day and the only way to lift it is to decide one way or another where you wish to go. It’s not easy. Decisions are often complex and there are...
not for me

not for me

  Sometimes what we learn as children doesn’t serve us well in adulthood. There are many things that do but I don’t think any of us were sufficiently encouraged to say no. Our parents wanted our obedience, for obvious reason, but while we were kept safe, we overlooked...

a tower of possibilities

  Does positive thinking really work? Yes, but before we can unequivocally answer that question, we need to define what positive thinking really is and it most certainly is not negative thinking (the double negative is most positively intentional)....