I realize that humor isn’t for everyone. It’s only for people who want to have fun, enjoy life, and feel alive. ~Anne Wilson Schaef … I say, count me in!
No one who’s flown in the last fifteen years expects to pop into an airport twenty minutes before a flight and breeze through security with time to spare. If you did, you’d be in for an unpleasant surprise—and a trip to the reservations desk to book a later flight. Since we expect airport security to result in long lines, hassles…
If is a tiny word, but it can have big implications. … What if I smiled at everyone I meet today? What if I took my passions and talents seriously?
When I was a child, Christmastime was a magical season, full of small moments of happiness. Perhaps those small moments are still there today, if only I stopped to notice.
Today I am attempting to do just that.
In today’s busy world, we are all involved in multiple activities and organizations, and we need to cram as much as possible into every waking hour. Multitasking, so it would seem, is the only way to survive. But what if I can’t multitask?
What if, instead of listening to our doubts, we took a good hard look at them? What if, when we do, it turns out we don’t believe them? What if believing our doubts is the worst thing we can do?