Do we have one person who we meet and then *POOF* we magically know within a day or week or month that we belong together?
Having only one life is incredibly challenging, but the harder the challenge, the sweeter the reward. I believe that in order to truly live life in the knowledge that we only live once, we have to figure out all aspects of ourselves and pursue them whole-heartedly.
There are times where we feel like we hit the jackpot because we are receiving some of our superficial WANTS, but I believe that there are times in those situations when we can overlook the fact that we are lacking severely in what we NEED.
I just looked at my calendar and I realized that I have only a week and a half of full freedom left, and only two weeks until my classroom will be filled with students old and new, outwardly showing the 'cool guy' devil-may-care attitude and inwardly agonizing over every little thing. With the new school... Continue Reading →
Love is an amazing emotion, stronger than any other that exists. When it is given freely and felt authentically, it truly does not have conditions, and it accepts and forgives and embraces and is the most wonderful feeling in the world. However, no matter how amazing this emotion is, the vessel that houses it cannot keep producing it without being refueled, somehow, in return. This is why there needs to be conditions on relationships.
WOW! When I started this blog, I never dreamed that anybody other than friends and family would care to read what I wrote, and now I have people all across the world who have seen my triumphs, stumbling blocks, and inner thoughts. I am so thankful for each and every one of you hundred amazing... Continue Reading →
I was thinking back on the many different conversations that I've had with the various men that I've dated or simply talked to in passing. One of the things I was remembering recently was how one guy had said that he wouldn't want his girlfriend talking to her friends about the relationship at at all. ... Continue Reading →
Most people make the excuse that they don't do x, y, or z because they simply don't have enough hours in a day. Yet clearly this excuse falls flat when held up to examination. Everyone who is highly successful is able to achieve a high volume of things, while everyone who is average seems to struggle to accomplish even the simplest tasks.