yea, right…

so, in my mind, i’ve written many articles with many topics, and yet, I see here that it is not true. i want to blog, to write about my many daily experiences. i want to have time to jot down these meanderings. and then i don’t. i don’t get to, that is.

have you seen the lion king? the circle of life thing, and all…? well, there’s no mystery in that scene. if you are still alive at 50 and are gifted with knowing others who are and still others who are close to twice that, then you know that not a hell of a lot is new. just renewed. we aren’t the inventors. we are the re-creators, the re-inventers. someone else most certainly did it first. but the revival, the reinvention is the new part especially for those who are unaware of the inception or introduction of whatever it is that they think is new.  so, yea, right…that’s new…for anyone who is learning of anything for the first time.  not to be undervalued.

Does it need explaining?

In my mother’s day, you didn’t wear your “@%&” on your sleeves.

You just kept a stiff upper lip. I really believe there’s something to that.

It kind of goes hand in hand with our more recent explorations of “creating our own reality”.  If you live in your own misery, it soon becomes your existence.

that’s all…

Closure

Closure or need for closure (NFC) are psychological terms that describe an individual’s desire for a firm answer to a question and an aversion toward ambiguity.

‘nuf said.

over and out.

My Manifesto

Just when I think I’ve finally got a clue about anything, I’m absolutely sure that I don’t.

I am sure,however, that I do have immense faith in the power of belief.

Intangibilities are not what we are taught to believe in. “What you see is what you get”.

ummm….Not always.

What you believe in is what you become, what you live and what others know about you.

It shows in your face and in your actions and in your emotions. It IS you.

So, here it is. I believe in me. I believe in miracles. I believe in what we can and can’t see.  I believe that if we have a strong enough faith in our principals and the people we surround ourselves with, that we can manifest great things.

Raise your glass to belief. Cheers!