Yesterday I witnessed a man yelling at an inanimate object. Have we become so convinced by all the little conveniences that we feel we can’t be wrong, even in the presence of something that was mistaken at the fault of its creator? One can only ponder. I only wanted to tell this man one thing:... Continue Reading →
I sit down at my desk sometimes, not having a clue in the world of what to write about. But, there are times in this world where a story, although maybe not entirely pertaining to the ‘act’ of people watching, finds its way to me from the result of someone’s poor actions that I can... Continue Reading →
A Pickled Smile If you were in a small part of Tennessee, in a particular supermarket, at a particular time last Saturday evening, you may have had the opportunity to watch a young man smile a rather goofy smile at a jar of pickles. I was that young man. The preface to such an oddity... Continue Reading →
A young man on the north end of town stops at the one and only red light before hitting the south bend. At the end of this bend he'll encounter another light before hitting a major highway. After this he'll be on his way and never look back at his hometown again.
This week’s article on Motivation and Inspiration will go over Dr. Twerski’s opinion on the subject of anger. This emotion seems to put us all in a stranglehold at times, twisting our realities until we’re left broken and wondering what has happened, but fear not. It can be helped.
Life is hard, but having a good mantra in the face of resistance can help so much more than you think. They're never something that ring in our minds until the problem is right in front of us. So keep these in mind next time you feel a bit lost. It may help more than you think.
We all get criticism from time to time, but what criticism should we listen to? This week’s post over destructive and constructive criticism will go over a few ways that you can hone in on the good critiques that render you unstoppable, and toss out the ones that aren’t even worth your time.
As we sat on a park bench, a friend and I, a beautiful young woman walked by and gave me a glance. I didn't noticed. "Hey man, you had an obvious opening there," he said. I looked up from my newspaper. "Not my type," I said, continuing scrutiny over the newspaper's crossword. "Besides, you'd have to use Kryptonite before seeing my heart thaw for a woman."
A friend and I were driving the other day when the vehicle began to spiral out of control. "Ever felt like you'd lost control of a situation before," he asked as the car leaped over the bridge's guardrail and hit the water.