When I go back to visit Texas it’s almost a certainty that I will travel down roads and to paths of home, maybe reconnecting with neighborhoods, streets, towns, friends and family.
Any significant change takes time to occur. We’ve heard the adage, “It takes 21 days to make a habit”, and understand it to mean that it takes 21 days of consistently doing something to effect a habit. Why 21 days? Supposedly that’s a scientific answer to how long it takes us to do what we may…
If there was something I could share with you out of this is that it is “muy importante” to spend time thimking things through. You can practice, train and rehearse so much better when you’re mind is focused. But there comes a time when you have to take all that thimking and put it to use.
Whatever else may be going on, I think I dreamed in idiomatic slang last night. Weird dreams!
“Last Warning”, “Urgent”, “Past Due”, “Last Opportunity”, “Response Required”, “Last Warning”, “Last Chance”, “Legal Action will be taken …”
After a few days of storming weather… Winds and rain are abated It’s looking like a dry day is in order The temps are in the 30’s, oh boy! The skies are clear, a faint haze The sun makes a slow Almost gentle appearance It portends hope, abundant There’s joy and peace resplendent. Sunday is…
You see, these big hands of mine are an extension of who I am.
Maybe we need to have more vocalization around that can speak positive into the negative world we live in.
When you are not operating at peak efficiency in your life, then these struggles are made worse by the flux of multiple priorities.
Every successful person knows this. You cannot be defeated by failures or the recurring knockdowns, unless you have a quitters attitude. You have to get back up and get back in the race…