We’re opening Hump Day with a short one minute clip about Pandas. (Now who doesn’t just love Panda cubs.) And then on to my inspiring posts of the week…
From Baltimore, MD, George Amoss Jr. @ The Post Modern Quaker with his post: The Zen of Quakerism. “If, when I’m feeling a little playful, someone were to ask me to summarize Quakerism in a sentence or two, I might say this: You have a heart. Use it.”
From Pittsburgh, PA, Thomas Ross @ Only Here Only Now titled The Hollowness of Hope…Success, failure, fear, and even hope, we can set aside because all we have- and all we need- is ours in this moment…
From the United Kingdom, Michael Brown @ Real Learning, For A Change with his post titled: Angry? “Count to 10?” Wrong!!!. “Oh how I love it when I read something which challenges an important “truth” that I have been holding dear for years…According to research…counting to 10 when you are angry doesn’t make your feelings subside: in fact it makes it worse…
From East Central Texas, Ledia Runnels @ Creative Musings of Ledia R who comments on my post July 4th Work Week Productivity: I’m all for working, hmm, zero days a week at something I have no real interest in and spending beyond the time it takes to sleep, eat and shower–a must for most of us, doing what I want. Of course this thing I do each day needs to make me money so that I can, 1. keep my pretty, new Honda Civic Coupe, 2. be allowed to stay in my apartment and 3. pay for food–a necessity for most of us, as well pay for various other doodads. In other words, I want every day of my life to be spent on my terms. Heck with working to make someone else rich or be bossed around and disrespected by them five days week so that I can spend a paltry two days and various other holidays doing what I want. Life is too short!
And The-Hump-Day-Photo-Of-The-Week: “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh…..”
Sources: Thank you Rachel for the Panda video. Thank you LaDona for pointing me to Erica and her post. Thank you John Smith @ Strategic Learner for pointing me to Thomas Ross. Thank you marcdesa for the puppy photo.
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