“America is Angry. Now What?” (Escape Adulthood blog)

Putting on the Adult hat for a moment, I find I resonate with the words in the Escape Adulthood article (https://escapeadulthood.com/blog/2020-06-07/america-is-angry.html) and appreciate the Yoda-ish flavor of the chain reaction of fear (“Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.” –Yoda). Continue reading ““America is Angry. Now What?” (Escape Adulthood blog)”

Swimming in the Shallows

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Swimming requires knowledge, practice and overcoming fears.

    • Knowledge on how to perform the strokes, breathing regime and kicks for the situation
    • Practice to become more confident in the ability to handle yourself in the water and become better in the skills glide through the water safely.
    • Overcoming the fears of drowning, the unknown and chaotic water events by hours of practice and knowledge will increase the confidence of how to handle ourselves.

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Cup of Comfort

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“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” (Neale Donald Walsch)

This coffee cup was a gift and serves as an ever present reminder of how uncomfortable stepping out of my comfort zone can be and has provided “sips” of reflection every time it is picked up. Like the “man in the maze” cup, it seeks to eke out nuggets of wisdom and hidden moments of dis-comfort, prying a sedentary lifestyle off of the couch and out to experience life. Continue reading “Cup of Comfort”