Chaos makes us hungry for power and order of our lives. Being in control gives us a false sense of dominance, makes us feel important and needed. It masks our apprehensions and gives us a game plan….You likely believe this self-importance is doing everyone a favor, dictating order, maintaining status quo under the pretense and power (conscious or not) of caring for the health and well-being of your company, co-workers, family members and friends.
I believe that charm is one of the strongest things in the world. … a magic armour against all the hurtful, sordid things of the world….. to keep (your)self pure and untouched by the ugly things of life, and to look for beauty in everything
As in all families, the royals have their signs and languages, code speak beyond what most of us may imagine. Could we commoners be so crafty yet simplistic in our comings and goings? You bet!
It was interesting to me, that in order to go higher, we usually had to go down through a valley, and it went on and on and up and up. I was tired and wanted to sit down…. I couldn’t help but think about life – mine and maybe even yours. I thought about how hard it had been for me chasing down my dream.
Farm Town is a great germinator of creativity. It provides sustenance to those hungry for a sense of community and waters the desire for achievement. “…in the real world I was planting seeds and fertilizing hope to harvest employment.” Farm Town is still feeding me. 20 Life Lessons Reaped from Farm Town; There is nothing more frustrating than hiring a worker and having him/her abandon his job. If things don’t suit you, you can always sell everything and start over!
If we put the death of a loved one to one side, there aren’t many occurrences that can rattle us like the loss of a job. In one fell swoop, we lose our sense of security, our livelihood, and our self-esteem.
As you take inventory of the important things in your life, the ones that bring you peace and plenty, most likely you won’t find anything of importance from your employer.
Patience is allowing someone to be imperfect. Patience gives us the freedom to let go of our need to be right all the time. It is a huge character trait that may well be the difference between leaving a positive legacy and leaving a negative one.
“….what goes on in the human resource office behind closed doors?”
When meeting with passionate albeit sometimes over-zealous employees, some with egos that exceeded a super-sized, jumbo, caffeinated drink, 9 times out of 10 they were arguing and complaining about a colleague who refused to listen or back down and, shock of shocks, refused to change.
If you approach conflict and disagreement as a Sears power tool in shrill attack mode, it’s not likely to do the job you intended.
By living your life one day at a time, you live all the days of your life.
Nothing is really over…until the moment you stop trying.
Don’t dismiss your Dreams. To be without dreams is to be without hope.
There is no tragedy like the tragedy of the unopened gift.
You see the person you could have become but did not; you never followed your calling; you never got out of the boat.
Those passionately engaged in life refuse to be denied the use of their gifts.
“Christmas is always ours to grasp as long as we have hands to clasp,” (Seuss).