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Rethink

Unexpected joy from being sober

Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park, hiking to Ptarmigan Tunnel, and looking back where i had been.

Unexpected joy from being sober.

Sober people at a party or event are stereotyped as boring, stiff, serious.

The real stereotype is this: focused, disciplined, fun, spontaneous, in control, uninhibited, confident, creative, strong.

No competitive artist in any genre ever performs spectacularly when drinking.

None.

Strength, confidence, excitement = sober.

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Goodness

Got mental joy?

Joy? Totally.

Got mental joy?

Do your thoughts and corresponding attitude bring you joy?

That’s what “got mental joy?” means

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Joy In Your Spirit

Be amazed and be amazing

Grinnell Glacier Overlook
Grinnell Glacier Overlook requires a 30-mile drive, from Glacier National Park’s entrance to the parking lot from the Park’s West side, and then an 8-mile hike one way. So worth it.

Be amazed and be amazing.

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Joy In Your Spirit

A rock and a flower

some stones and a flower
Stone from Glacier National Park. Flower from backyard.

A rock and a flower.

Can you see unspeakable joy?

What if you could?

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Joy In Your Spirit

We age but we do not need to feel old

sunrise at the beach
After 59 years, this never gets old.

 

A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing both.

L.P. Jacks

 

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