All posts tagged: inspiring thoughts

happy thoughts – the best therapy

I’ve been extra busy this week and by the time Friday rolled around, I couldn’t  believe it was already here. Anyway, if you are interested in finding out what’s made me busy, please click here. If you aren’t interested, then simply stare at the photo below and know that this happy thought keeps me going, no matter what. What keeps you going? Have a great weekend and I will see you here on Monday.

getting what you want out of life and having the belief that it can happen

While I often ponder over the why’s and why nots of life, like most of us do at one point or another, I coinsidentally came across something here, which not only made me think, but also made me smile.  So, I decided to share the infomration  with as many people as I possibly can, since it is something I truly believe and occassionally lack the patience to see it when it’s right there in front of me. Do you do the same? You Are What You Think 4 steps to creating your perfect world using the power of thought   According to neuroscience studies, the adage that you should “be careful what you ask for” has more teeth to it than you might imagine. Your brain is very good at attending to whatever you direct it to. It’s kind of like when you go to buy a car and you think you’re the only person in the world who will have that shiny, bright purple VW Bug; then you drive it off the lot, and …

awkward friday: a prelude to a weekend

Have you ever had a day when one thing goes wrong, three other things do as well? And what you planned to do and ends up having to happen  alters your frame of mind. Well that definitely is the case for me this Friday morning and now I am faced with a backup plan, a new outlook, a change in plan, an analysis of some sort and a lot of sense of humor to deal with.  (I don’t need to bother you all with the details, just needed to throw it out there) So, while I take a few days to figure things out, I am staying focused on:

give me a moment to feel this way

I think I am at a point in my life where I don’t feel so bad because I have to go to work, nor do I look so forward to the weekend. I normally understand my place in  society and go about doing all the things I need to do and want to do. But there are times I do imagine the following: {Quote by Manya: Author of http://www.rawsilkandsaffron.wordpress.com}