Because once you start looking for the good in people, you give them the chance to show you even more of it.
Perhaps the hardest lesson to deal with as a mother: You’re supposed to let them go.
I wish to live my life in such a way that when my first-born son gives my eulogy one day, he can say, “I never met anyone who loved life …
Some people get excited by the holidays, totally jazzed to spend time with all their family members.
Some folks don’t. Old haunts, history, or less-than-stellar encounters with family can make this time of year a difficult one.
Here’s how to survive.
Why would you expect that I would show you everything? Every. Thing. My heart, my books, my notes, my thoughts, my breath, my love. My words, my words, my words. …
Sometimes, the sadness of life is so immense that it seems like it has exploded, scattering you in minute pieces across the landscape of mankind, tiny tiny pieces, so forlorn …
Don’t surround yourself with people who demand little of you.
Don’t fill your life only with people you easily surpass.
Many of us have no burden that heavy to bear. We are lucky, and we so often forget that.
More of this … and less of that. What do you say?
If you’re reading this, you’re still breathing. So, pick yourself up off the floor.