Spread the good that you can do. Choosing the light over the dark = winner. The bad things you could be focusing on will dissapear as you let the light shine. It’s really quite magical.
Ok, I’ll just go ahead and say it: I have a crush on Charlie Sheen. From afar. I think the women who date him are raunchy, ‘bad’ people. But I admire the guy for being himself. Thank you, Charlie. In all my 31 years, I’ve never seen a celebrity go balls out in the media. He probably is still on drugs, of course, and has obvious psychiatric issues. Charlie belongs on a couch somewhere, laying it all out for a mental health pro who can prescribe something to keep him level. But that’s about it. He is who he is, and how boring the world would be if there wasn’t a Charlie Sheen out there.
Well, “daylight savings” has happened once again. These adjustments punctuate time twice a year. Fall=back, Spring=forward. I always know about these occurences, but it takes me a while to really get with the program. For instance, my bedroom clock says “7:17,” but it’s really 8:17. The clock in my jeep is also wrong. I am easily overwhelmed, chronically distracted, and lazy. I procrastinate. I prefer instant gratification when it comes to many things in life. But there’s so many other pressing things to do, like compulsively check my phone or go make something new.
If you do nothing else today, check this out. It’s only 3 mins and 47 seconds. (the last minute is a dark screen.) And then, please tell me what you think.