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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

I Confess - I’m a Junkie

I Confess - I’m a Junkie

I’m a feel good junkie. Guess what, so are you? It’s nothing to be ashamed of. 

You always want to feel good about yourself. You seek out activities that you’re already good in. If you’re not good at math you’re certainly not going to apply for a bookkeeping job or play hockey if you can’t skate.  No, you’re going to choose the job or activity that you’ve already had some success in and hopefully build on it.

Deep down what you’re looking for is to feel good about yourself.  Why take the chance of receiving a bad review from your boss or embarrassed because of your lack of skill on an ice rink? You consciously choose what you’re good at.  It’s as if your spirit has a safe guard mechanism to protect your self esteem.  Isn’t that sweet?

Even the language you use is part of this mechanism.  When you hear a put-down it’s indirectly a way for the person talking to feel better about him.  By drawing attention to another person’s fault it makes him look good.  In extreme cases the person may adopt a poor-poor pitiful me attitude which is like him screaming for some positive feedback.  Make me feel good.  Make me feel good.

If you really think about the underlying reason why you do what they do, it’s to feel good about yourself.  You’re a feel good junkie.

Monday, April 25, 2016

The Grass isn’t Greener on the Other Side

The Grass isn’t Greener on the Other Side

It only appears to be greener.  Your grass is already lush and full of vibrant color. You’re just not seeing it. What it really comes down to is perception and the underlying cause of that is comparison.

When you start comparing yourself to others your mind can play some real nifty tricks on you.  It puts thoughts in your head about other people’s material possessions, education and career choices compared to you.  Soon little things that you probably never gave much thought to start to creep into your mind and it becomes almost like a disease.  With each comparison your emotions begin to rise with feelings of inadequacy and unworthiness where it didn’t exist before, all because you compared yourself to someone else.

The sad part is you did it to yourself.  Comparing yourself to others is like comparing different varieties of apples.  You can eat all of them but some are better for different reasons.  There are apples that are better for pies, baking and canning while others are straight up good to eat fresh.  But even within that category people have different tastes. Red Delicious apples are good to eat fresh as well as Fuju but the Fuju variety is a bit sweeter.  It’s all a matter of taste.

You are like a variety of apple.  You have your own unique flavor that people like for varying reason and they like you just the way you are.  Even though there are other people out there with some of the same skill sets, you bring your own unique flavor to the mix. Try to remember that next time you find yourself comparing yourself to someone else. Besides, if everyone were the same then some people aren’t needed. You’re an original, stay that way.

You were born an original. Don’t die a copy” ~ John Mason

Thursday, April 21, 2016

The Greatest Love of All

The Greatest Love of All

That phrase reminds me of a song from Whitney Houston.

What is the greatest love? That’s a tough one. My first thought would be unconditional love like the one parents feel about their children but the Law of One teaches us that it’s the ability to forgive and accept.

How can that be? It got me thinking about and I realized that loving a child is much easier than to forgive someone who has done you wrong. That’s hard – really hard.

A child comes into this world innocent and needing your care in order to survive. Her smiles and hugs sustain and reinforce the love you have for her. As she grows and goes through life’s ups and downs you’re still there loving her, but what happens when she gets into the wrong crowd, starts using drugs and next thing you know she’s hooked on meth?  You find out she’s wiped out your saving account, maxed out your credit cards and you’re faced with unbelievable debt. The emotional toll is unbearable. Do you still love her? Do you forgive her or is there some hesitation because you can’t handle the hurt she’s caused you?

How about when you’ve discovered that the person you’ve had an intimate relationship with for 15 years has been having an affair. Not only has the person been having an affair but this isn’t the first one and now you find out you have an STD. Looking back the signs were all there but you were so in love so you brushed them off. Now you realize that you’ve been lied to. Your whole relationship was a farce. You were committed but the other person wasn’t. But there’s a light. The person is sorry for their mistakes, states it will never happen again, will do anything it takes to make it work, begs, even pleads, for you take them back. How do you forgive the person and move on when you have so much hurt inside you? How do you trust this person again?

How about when someone intentionally or accidently kills your loved one. Perhaps it was a drunk driver or a fight that got out of hand. At any rate the person you love is gone, taken too soon. How to you find strength to forgive the person responsible for you loss? How do you find the greatest love then to forgive them?

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

You are the Master Gardner of Your Soul

You are the Master Gardner of Your Soul


Think of your mind as a garden where you can intelligently cultivate it or allow it to run wild.  Whether you tend to it or not something will grow there.  If you don’t plant good seeds of thought, then a bunch of weeds will sprout up and like most weeds they can quickly turn a garden into a mess. Only with constant weeding and cultivating can the good seeds of thought continue to blossom until eventually there are more blossoms and fruit than weeds. 


The weeds will still creep in from time to time to disturb your beautiful garden (mind) but with practice you become aware of it much quicker and like a master gardener you are able to weed out all the wrong, useless, and impure thoughts and cultivate toward perfection the flowers and fruits of right, useful and pure thoughts.


Why does this matter, because circumstances grow out of thought?  Every thought – seed sown or allowed to take root there produces its own blossoming sooner or later into action and bearing its own harvest of opportunity and circumstance.  You can be the master gardener of your thoughts and create your garden or let the weeds take root and see what happens. The choice is yours. You really do reap what you sow.