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I like to think of myself as a joyful spaz David! 😉
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Ah Diana. I can see that. My kids say that I’m just the spaz part.
LOL Kids, gotta love ’em!
Maybe, someday, I’ll learn to do things “Lightly”.
Positively, but Lightly.
Oh, me too. So me too.
so utterly true.
Common sense and science to back it up … At last.
There it is. Science to the rescue!
I would put common sense first … Well, at least my own 😉
Very true, calm zen thoughts, really change our energy levels. Although I do love getting excited ha! “The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but thought about it. Be aware of the thoughts you are thinking. Separate them from the situation, which is always neutral. It is as it is.” Eckhart Tolle
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She drags Eckhart to the rescue. LIKE IT.
Ha! So in the blue tonight after seeing the Lion King again, slowly dropping down to the lighter blue. Hakuna matata.
you did go! good for you!
Hmm. This is a neuro-normal chart. Mine has no south side. Any “low intensity” happens in the crack between East and West.
Laughing. We definitely have a genetic connection. Definitely.
I vacillate in the blue zone, whipsawing back and forth between high and low intensity.
I live in a whipsaw, period. Between slow down the whips…
I used to think the “good life” was about living in the high intensity positives zone. As I have grown older and little wiser I’m more at peace with contentment rather excitement. The problem with the pie chart theory of life is there’s never a perfect slice. The same ingredients go into each piece so balance comes from experiencing the whole damn pie with curiosity and acceptance. When we categorize and divide our experiences we start the judgement game and we all know how that goes. 🙂
“There ain’t no answer. There ain’t gonna be any answer. There never has been an answer. That’s the answer.” Gertrude Stein
Elizabeth, a lot of wisdom in your comment. And I too seem to eat the entire pizza and not the serene piece in the corner. But I learning. Slowly. Love the Gertrude Stein quote. Thanks for sharing.
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