Tag Archives: loss

Try Again Fail Again Fail Better

“True life is lived when tiny choices are made. Tiny choices mean big changes. But it is only with infinitesimal change, changes so small no one else can even realize you’re making them, that you have any hope for transformation.” … Continue reading

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There Is Nothing I Wish More

When I looked out my window today morning it was snowing. I grumbled and sighed and then went into the kitchen to make coffee. Don’t get me wrong on this. I love nature. But this winter has somehow been too … Continue reading

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Do You Worry Too Much?

Are you like me? Do you worry too much? Do you lose sleep over matters that may seem trivial to others? The synonyms listed in the thesaurus for worry are: Worry (verb)- be anxious- fret- be concerned- be troubled- be … Continue reading

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Survive Or Thrive?

Yesterday was one of those days that I had to sit and think again. I know when someone like a friend or acquaintance tells me I have to go out more often and meet people and do something with my … Continue reading

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Sit And Watch

“The only way to keep things slow was to watch everything and do nothing! You could stretch a day to three days, sure just by watching.” Ray Bradbury ‘Watching’ is what I have done for almost a year now. Sit … Continue reading

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I Needed To Imagine

When I looked out my bedroom window early this morning it was raining. It rained all day yesterday and I could hear the rain all night in my sleep. I love rain. I love it especially when I am indoors … Continue reading

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Lost In Reading

Of the novels that I have read lately, in almost every one of them someone close to the main character (the hero or heroine) dies of cancer at a very young age. In real life most of the people I … Continue reading

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