Live & Learn
Source: Thank you Not Perfect Me
Man we are on the same frequency level. What a coincidence I was having the same feeling from yesterday (=
Biorhythms must be squarely aligned!
Yep, I can identify with this cartoon.
As I signed up for two volunteer organizations and beat myself up with gusto yesterday for not making more of my days…wow. I enjoy being your cyber-buddy and foil, but I didn’t realize that meant you woul get inside my head too…Not to mention that I almost put John Mayer’s ‘Stop This Train’ on my site this morning. Very weird..must have more coffee.
Congrats for signing up for the volunteer organizations. Good for you and for them. Love Stop This Train. As to getting into your head, that is dangerous territory. As to foil, yes you are. Full stop.
You have no idea how dangerous!!! It’s a scary jungle up there infested with fears and neuroses, insecurities and Barbra Streisand musicals…
Yep. As I said, dangerous.
Sometimes….being in a void give us the incentive to move out with new ideas. I for one, am for keeping it the same…don’t stop the clock….adapt…thrive.
Yes. Ray, your comment reminded me of a recent Melody Beattie post – “When You Are In-Between, you are still moving forward.” http://melodybeattie.com/meditations/?p=1580
Reblogged this on My Blog portions and commented:
Thanks for sharing.
thank you for posting 🙂
Learning a lot lately. Life is going by fast. Lets not stop the clock…but slow it down a bit.
Yes, slowing down would be good. 🙂
I couldn’t agree more.
Just this morning I commented on how time is going by too fast!
Can’t stop “the clock” = just enjoy every minute!!!
There’s a great life motto!
It would be nice to stop time just for a bit every now and then to catch up and then move on.
Yes, a few short breaths and onward…:)
The moment I stop thinking about time, am emerged in the experience, time becomes irrelevant. All of a sudden everything goes time fast and slow at the same time. Weird.
I experience the same. When I’m immersed in an activity or work, time rockets by. But in the activity, it feels slow motion. I’m with you…
haha. thanks for a laugh. 😀
🙂 Me too…
Thank you for sharing! 😉
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