Even in adverse and unfamiliar situations establish a routine. Bounce back to helpful rituals such as remembering my daily mantra (make today count; be kind), reading the newspaper.
Journal. It helps reflect and put things in order. This creates perspective and understanding.
Never stop counting my blessings, first and foremost Continue reading “What I learned at Samos hospital”
“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know.
But if you listen you may learn something new.”
– Dalai Lama
Picasso museum Malaga.
Achte auf deine Gedanken,
denn sie werden Worte.
Achte auf deine Worte,
denn sie werden Handlungen,
Achte auf eine Handlungen,
denn sie werden Gewohnheiten.
Achte auf deine Gewohnheiten,
denn sie werden dein Charakter.
Achte auf deinen Charakter,
denn er wird dein Schicksal.
1. Be kind.
2. Make today count.
3. Laugh from the bottom of your heart.
Scouting mnemonic quoted in the film Captain fantastic.
Ski tour to Piz Mezdi.
– Police officer George Thompson
“Most people seem to believe that if a relationship doesn’t last until death, it’s a failure. But the only relationship that’s truly a failure is one that lasts longer than it should. The success of a relationship should be measured by it’s depth, not by its length.”
– Neil Strauss
What would you regret not having done by the time you turn 80?
“I am learning every day to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me.”
– Tracee Ellis Ross
“Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.”
– Simone Weil