Posts from the ‘tai chi’ Category

See me

Most of us need honest, real relationships; one of our greatest hungers of life.  Adults change little from infancy in needs of acceptance, recognition, praise, warm welcome, friendly face to relieve loneliness; still need encouragement and notice.  Touch me, smile at me, text me stimulates me to achieve, grow, and progress through mutual trust.  But to the degree I give, I get.



Some may argue that only optimists can love what they are doing. Yet a devoted alcoholic is rather steadfast also. Either way I believe that life reflects my thoughts, beliefs, and enthusiasm. Doubting my beliefs builds restrictions around my dreams. I will dream my thoughts and live my dreams.

Joy ride

Due to ups and downs of this life I’m living brings me to the belief that it is not intended to be solely a joy ride and physical or material abundance but one of learning through experience and talent. I have no desire to merely believe in the familiar but also what’s beyond understanding but observable.


Best Works

Things work out best for those who make the best of the way things work out.



There is no defeat until I have made it a part of my reality.  Plant in children’s minds the attitude of faith in self.


Public speaking

Sometimes to calm the butterflies, one can speak a bit louder, slightly more rapidly, hesitate at punctuation, with a smile in the voice. As calmness enters a more conversational tone can begin.  Emotions feelings and moods follow action.  To become an enthusiastic person/speaker, act the part.



A habit is an easy place to hide.  No success but avoidance of failure.  How about a goal:  Developing ability to play game of life without burning out.  Potential return reflects degree of risks.  The intensity dial is within my reach; what I make of it is up to me.