My ex is highly successful at what he does. It has to do with the fact that he loves his work.
I would say a friend of mine who is always seems contented with simple things.
Gives me hope that things can get better. Maybe i begin to realize that things are not as bad as they seem.
Just looking at a nature scene can relax me and relieve me from a lot of mental chatter.
Listening to nature sounds does the same thing.
The world around me and my willingness to accept certain people things and situations.
Been told i have a good sense of humor.
I’ve lived a lot of different places, and had a lot of different homes so to speak. My real home is inside myself.
Hoping that things will change for the better.
I’d like to get into some gardening..
I’ve tried to avoid housework and working in general. There’s a fear about not being good enough or not being able to do things good enough.
Reduce my karmic load. Take my mind off of my own issues, and become a better person; to be more of a human by becoming more humane.
Whatever i can do to keep my mind off of my own issues and problems— hiking in nature, offering suggestions to others, some yoga and meditation.
I really can’t remember. But now as i’m sitting in this restaurant, i realize that i’ve never been here before. I don’t know if this qualifies but right now i can’t think of anything else. These questions can sometimes require a lot of reflection.
I have enough food. I guess i know this by the sense of satisfaction i feel. There was a time when i remember always being hungry. There was a feeling of desperation that came with it.
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I like this share toni. I feel a lot like you do.
A lot of people are losing their minds right now. I prefer you keep it away from me.
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