Sunday, April 8, 2012

Blessings.


Just wanted to take a moment and thank each and everyone one of you for reading my bloggy blog. Today as I watched the children running around hunting eggs I did some reflecting. I reflected on how blessed I am that you read what I have to say. 

This picture is what I hope to give each and everyone of you... In some beautiful magical way... 

Been seeing these online and was inspired to create my own. Been putting them up around town. Awesome kindness mission!

Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return. Truly appreciate those around you, and you'll soon find many others around you. Truly appreciate life, and you'll find that you have more of it.-- Ralph Marston.


"Think "impossible" and dreams get discarded, projects get abandoned, and hope for wellness is torpedoed. But let someone yell the words "It's possible," and resources we hadn't been aware of come rushing in to assist us in our quest. I believe we are all potentially brilliant and creative--but only if we believe it, only if we have an attitude of positive expectancy toward our ideas, and only if we act on them." - Greg Anderson

Action is eloquence. Acting is my life and other than that- my favorite thing to do is run, I think the reason I like it so much is because it kind of signifies my life- I can just keep pushing and run forever to the point that it feels like I'm flying- and in life I can keep pushing until all of my dreams come true-push through the hard times, and before ya know it im Fly I can do ANYTHING. I like learning new things, not only expanding my resume, but gaining new ways to relate to the world, and those around me. ~unknown

"...whether it is an old friend or new friend, there's not much difference anyway, because I always believe we are the same; we are all human beings. Of course, there may be differences in cultural background or way of life, there may be differences in our faith, or we may be of a different color, but we are human beings, consisting for the human body and the human mind. Our physical structure is the same, and our mind and our emotional nature are also the same. Wherever I meet people, I always have the feeling that I am encountering another human being, just like myself. I find it is much easier to communicate with others on that level. If we emphasize specific characteristics, like I am Tibetan or I am Buddhist, then there are differences. But those things are secondary. If we can leave the differences aside, I think we can easily communicate, exchange ideas, and share experiences."-Dalai Lama





1 comment:

Illegally Blonde said...

happy Monday! Yes no more outta town for hubs...