Showing posts from June 4, 2017

Subtle Changes and Commitment

The things around us continue to change. We did not get any warnings about this when we were younger. I realize now that it would not have made a difference because back then we were being taught to deal with things that were happening in the moment. I am more interested in changing my habits and my paradigms at the point in my life. It is now that I realize that the changes I put into play inevitably add to the subtle changes that continue to show up in my life. When we change, the things around us change as well. I guess they have to in the end. You cannot plant an apple tree and expect oranges can you?

  I was reminded by a life long friend to breathe more as I began becoming frustrated about a certain person's behavior. This also fell into the subtle change category. I had to back away from the stress internally so that I could show up fully externally. That subtle change helped me to move forward. I have to keep repeating to myself that we cannot change anyone. It is not o…

The Impact Of Feeling

Walking in NYC each and everyday is an adventure. There are things happening in every direction. The fact is, we can only look in one direction at a time. Therefore, we see the magic that grabs us first. Sometimes this magic is disguised as a less than favorable situation as well. I am sure we have all been there once or twice. 
  The street was full of people, as it is on any NYC day in the early afternoon. People were dining outside, the smell of fresh food from all over the world was strong, and cars ere buzzing by from every direction. 
    As with any day, the energy seemed high and the vibe was constant from my perspective. Then in a millisecond, it all changed. I heard a voice. The voice was full of pain and discontent. I could not see the person yet, however, I knew it was a male. The sidewalk was ablaze with confusion and then I saw what happened. A man walking three dogs was now left with only two. 
    I did not see this unfortunate situation as it happened, however, it seeme…