There are no logical parameters we can point to that explain this phenomena. Yet, maybe that is where we get ourselves into trouble…trying to use the intellect to define an experience that goes beyond the intellect.
The Funny Thing about Finding Your Soulmate
While we don’t often see famine anymore in this day and age, fasting still is beneficial to the body in many ways. This isn’t starvation, fasting is the controlled voluntary withholding of food.
“You need to draw a line in the sand. You can’t enable her anymore. If she leaves this facility, you and your husband have to agree not to let your daughter in the house. This is one of the rules of our program.” This advice was given to Debra, the mother of nineteen-year-old Emily.* Emily had been struggling with a heroin addiction for the past two years and this was…
Today humanistic sciences strongly suggest that not only everybody needs a hero, but everybody can become one. Is it true that a hero lies in you? Let’s find out!
Enough is one of those ever elusive human experiences and when we are not careful, it is an experience we may never reach. At least not for very long.
The defining factor for success is never resources, it’s resourcefulness…it is not resources, but resourcefulness that ultimately makes the difference.
“Which of my feelings are real? Which of the me’s is me? The wild, impulsive, chaotic, energetic, and crazy one? Or the shy, withdrawn, desperate, suicidal, doomed, and tired one? Probably a bit of both, hopefully, much that is neither.”
Let’s face it. We know mornings are important. We know they set the precedence for how the day will go. We also know there’s a lot of stuff out there about what you should be doing in your mornings, things that will help us become more successful, more productive, more satisfied.
I was depressed because of the past. I had severe anxiety because I was dreading the future. I often cried alone and, at times, went to bed hoping I would never wake up.
In today’s society, the “norm” seems to be to strive for fame, success, recognition. In such circumstances being honorably humble is an extremely rare and respectable virtue to be having. It’s almost like being a unicorn.