Have you ever looked back and wondered “What
did I want to be when I grew up?” It’s a clever idea to get one thinking about how we, as children, felt about the world. Often, we still have strong emotional attachments to career choices and lifestyles created by specialized job frontiers. Big money, family oriented, hopeful change for quality of life, the best in that profession, and the list goes on.
Wouldn’t it be something if we sat ourselves down and concentrated long enough to develop the results we dreamed of, just to see what it’s all about!
I’m on that route.
Life shall take kindly to me on the morrow.
It’s a new day. 8 months ago
It’s nice to have so many intellectually complex hobbies.
For the most part, becoming inspired first thing in the morning creates a much needed focus on the work I have for the day.
They say vision is the most important part of leading a project. Knowing what one wants is the greatest feeling of productivity. 10 months ago
It’s true, some days we just want to hit snooze, roll over in bed and pull the blankets over our eyes as we lull back to sleep.
Some changes made within ourselves need time to settle. 11 months ago
This morning I tried music, which led to thinking about things I haven’t begun to understand, which led to remorse and suffering, which led to exhaustion.
Partly inspired but mostly emotionally water logged. Time for a walk to clear my head.
By the time I get back, a few things I’ve set up should take care of themselves and finish.
((sigh)) 11 months ago