The power of relentless positivity

Heading back in 48 hours. Five more weeks working on putting a positive dent in our Universe.

The power of relentless positivity.

Like the financial wisdom of compound interest over time, daily positivity adds up exponentially.

Note: Of course there is occasional stormy weather in life. Positivity helps to better withstand those storms.

•  •  •  •  •

This website is about our MIND. To read today’s post about our BODY, click here.

If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.

The ebb and flow of doors

Will pickup where we left off, beginning in three days. Photo: Piegan Pass, center.

The ebb and flow of doors.

One door closes, another opens.

This metaphor is easy to forget when a desirable door is closing.

If ever a test for our attitude, the proverbial door closing is the ultimate.

•  •  •  •  •

This website is about our MIND. To read today’s post about our BODY, click here.

If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.

First night, last night

Yesterday’s campus sunrise walk. The freshman quad in the distance. Our first night at home was normal.

Don’t fear death; fear an unlived life. None live forever; only a few come alive. Live like you mean it.

Wisdom consists of simple concepts.

Wisdom’s simple concepts are challenging to scale because developing wise habits and rituals demands the postponement of pleasure.

Postponing pleasure is never gonna make it on our “things-i-love-to-do-everyday” list.

The things you do everyday – you’re in charge of your choices.

•  •  •  •  •

This website is about our MIND. To read today’s post about our BODY, click here.

If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.

Be ready

Be ready to go the extra inch. Every day. All day. Photo: Parking garage basement level.

Be ready.

For what?

To learn, to teach, to enjoy.

Opportunity is everywhere.

Over-focus on the same things you used to under-focus on or ignore.

.think .differently

Lean into discomfort.

Carpe diem.

•  •  •  •  •

This website is about our MIND. To read today’s post about our BODY, click here.

If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.

You knew this day would come

Every parent with a child most-likely bound for college knows this day will come.

What?

College move in day.

Last night was our first as empty nesters.

It was our Son’s first as a college freshman.

Serendipitously, we have two extra days in a nearby hotel.

The first night at home alone will be brand new territory.

Excited (versus dread) for this new opportunity for growth and development, for the entire family.

•  •  •  •  •

This website is about our MIND. To read today’s post about our BODY, click here.

If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.