Monday, December 13, 2010

Personal Freedom

Freedom is an expansive topic. What do you think when someone asks you what think about freedom?
What do you picture when someone mentions freedom? What topics of concern and how are you affected by freedom? Some may think Freedom of Speech. Some may think Freedom of the Press or Religion.
Tonight I will be talking about personal freedom and how it pertains to your every day life. I had never thought about freedom in this way; but I found such value in it.
Whenever I think of freedom, I typically think of Independence Day in the United States. I think fireworks. I think marching in the parade with my uncle and grandfather for the local VFW

Sunday, December 5, 2010


Are you committed? I mean really committed. Committed to what you may say? Anything.
Are you committed to anything? Is there something you have sold out to so much that every single one of your friends and family know. Or are you just a cork floating down a river getting tossed to and fro? Making a commitment takes a great deal of courage. The word commitment itself means you or someone you know just might have to make some kind of sacrifice. It is not a commitment to do something trivial like mowing the lawn, though it may take some time to do so.
I am talking more about something that you would like your life to stand for. I know a number of people that are very loyal to the company they work for. That is great. Do you have that commitment to something in your life?
As we wind down the last month of 2010, thousands of people

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Sad and Happy!

Can you be sad and happy at the same time? Can you be uplifting and depressed at the same time? Is it possible to carry a positive and a negative attitude at the very same time. I am not sure if there have been studies in this area; I am almost sure there have been. Regardless, ask yourself what were you feeling today?
On the way to work?
At work?
At home?
With your coworkers?
Were you sad? Excited? Happy? Depressed? Anxious?
Now think about those thoughts and ask