Attitude

Here's the gist: If used correctly, scapegoating can be a powerful tool for resisting temptation and sticking to hard goals
I also believe no one has to live an invisible lifestyle. For my own needs, this older woman has no intention of living out
Our all-too-human laughter sets us -- and our close cousins, the primates -- apart from all other species that roam our planet
3. I had an unpleasant medical procedure and while the ordeal is not over, I did not procrastinate my health. I was proactive
In any election, whether your candidate wins or loses, the small business owner is the one left to deal with uncertainties
As we, like the puppy, practice the art of stepping into our fears and repeatedly standing in the fire of challenges and opportunities that we might prefer to avoid, our capacity to face into the unfaceable grows and deepens.
In the end, the wedding was beautiful and the bride was surprisingly relaxed and sweet on her wedding day. I got to see the girl I met a year ago, and it was a relief for all us involved in her planning. But, everything in-between certainly made the planning more difficult. And, really? Was it worth it?
So embrace the intermission as best you can. Use it. Know that the new act will begin. Get yourself ready.
I'm writing this as a self-reminder, although I'm sure you guys could use one too.
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