Glacier National Park (GNP).
Self-pity is easily the most destructive of the non-pharmaceutical narcotics; it is addictive, gives momentary pleasure and separates the victim from reality.
John W Gardner
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What does the cow say?
The easiest thing to abandon is our very simple belief in something that is constantly with us.
The fundamental belief that thinking only positive thoughts is the best habit in the world.
The pressure to compromise is constant.
What if we are never convinced to compromise?
(notice the cow’s spots?)
What seems like hell is the devil's work to take our eye off of common sense.
Dear Son, nothing in life will prepare you for the painful side effects stemming from a negative mental attitude. It’s like hell. Only difference is that this hell shows up while you’re alive, instead of waiting until we die. There is only one antidote.
Who Knew There Was So Much "Substance" To It?
Do you have Facebook Friends that post updates about how they:
Can’t wait for their week to be over
Are so glad their day is done
Ever wonder if there’s an antidote for this negative vibe?
With Thanksgiving a week away, the antidote ought to be obvious.
Literally, I can’t wait for the alarm clock to go off, for the chance to write five new pithy posts. Yep, five-a-day blogger, full of midlife pith.