What doesn’t kill you doesn’t necessarily make you stronger. Often it leaves you curled up in a foetal position, or sat rigid, staring into space, immobile. 1,307 more words
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As long as you keep complaining about your present circumstances, your mind will focus on it. By continually talking about, thinking about, and writing about the way things are, you are continually reinforcing those very same neural pathways in your brain that got you to where you are today.
One would think that reading a single chapter a day would be easy but when you opt to do that reading at bedtime it can be very tempting to forgo that task and I succumbed to temptation twice. 508 more words
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About a month ago I posed the question, “What books should I listen to on my next road trip that addresses things like personal development, finances or leadership.” One of the books recommended was Jack Canfield’s, “Success Principles.” After a little research I downloaded the book from Audible.com, listened to it on my way to Reno, and I was sold. 173 more words
Yesterday, January 7, 2018 was the 83rd birthday of our mother, Linda Pichay Mejorada. In the past, she celebrated her birthday by giving away bath towels, shirts, blouses, bath soap and chocolate bars to poor neighbors in our ancestral home in Barangay Inzo Arnaldo, Roxas City. 665 more words