“Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.” – Roy T. Bennett
“In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” – Mahatma Gandh
“I now tried a new hypothesis: It was possible that I was more in charge of my happiness than I was allowing myself to be.” – Michelle Obama
There are many ways to deal with grief. This is just one idea on how to break it down into daily chunks of just one hour a day to keep it from overwhelming the rest of your day.
“You can waste your lives drawing lines. Or you can live your life crossing them.” – Shonda Rhimes
“At the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair should be messy, and your eyes sparkling.” -Shanti
We never know how much time we have left. That’s why it’s important to live everyday. And to fill everyday with something meaningful.
To create a life that is kind and beautiful. To invest in people … and to follow our dreams …
And to make sure we have captivating dreams!
For too often we wake up – and we’re stuck in a deep rut. We do “the same old, same old” and we shrivel up inside. We give up on adventure and we let our world grow small. We find we’re just existing. There’s no passion anymore.
But to really feel alive we must get out there and explore. We need to build new memories, and to live with open eyes. We need to find that courage to…
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“If you believe it’ll work out, you’ll see opportunities. If you don’t believe it’ll work out, you’ll see obstacles.” – Wayne Dyer
AN interesting update on how we are treating our homeless while helping others elsewhere who also need it.
The world is watching the war in Ukraine unfold graphically on our TV’s, Cellphones and tablets.
The world is watching the homeless loose all their possessions over YouTube, Twitter and Instagram in LA. City workers putting everything in the trash trucks saying “we’re only doing our job”. The city is cleaning up the homelessness out there more then once but, more devastating to watch it on InvisiblePeople.TV. A true and heart wrenching interview with the ones loosing their homes as the city makes way for opening day in the ballpark, the ballpark.
The world is watching Tennessee that just passed a bill, waiting on Governor Lee’s desk, that makes camping on state property a felony. A felony for trying to survive. There aren’t enough shelter beds for the estimated number of homeless in Nashville. The city wants to attract a super bowl so they’ll need a bigger stadium costing billions.
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“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together” – Vincent Van Gogh