Thursday, April 30, 2009

I Wonder

Here's a question.

Is it possible for an ordinary person like you or I (well we are all extraordinary...) to change ourselves. To invent a whole new life?

Almost like Madonna, or Britney. But without the resources. And in a more in-depth way, not just a physical transformation, but an emotional one. A new life, one that has been given a lot of thought and most likely a super-human amount of effort too.

Does it require massive changes? Such as moving to a different state or even country? Or can you do it at home? Will your friends and family accept it, or will they insist you stay in your pigeon hole, because that is where they are comfortable to have you.

And are all these thoughts because, once again I am bored with my life? Lol...

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Freedom

I find it interesting that one small occurance in a person's life can sometimes have a profound effect on the rest of their life, on their actions, on their thoughts.

That something tiny can be the thing that sets you free, within yourself.

It is an incredible thing, to feel free, and not something that everyone experiences within their lifetime. It is a state of mind, rather than a physical thing. It's a feeling of relief, of a weight being lifted. It's light as a feather...
It's a feeling that you can do anything you want, be anyone you want and the whole world is laid out in front of you just for your pleasure.

What to do first...

Do what it is you want to do.

Do what it is you want to do.

Do what it is you want to do.

Get out and experience the things you have always wanted to try - you may not enjoy them as much as you thought, but you have done them, and that knowledge alone is uplifting.

Be free.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Thought for Today...

Life is good!

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Do you subscribe to the view that love is a romantic proposition, full of hearts and flowers, or do you believe (as I am starting to) that in the end, falling in love is another deal we make.

Let's face it, we all have things we want out of a relationship - and if a potential partner doesn't have the qualities we feel are most important to us, we cut our losses and move on, right?

Have you been, or are you , in a relationship where you aren't getting the things you want and need from your partner? Are you trading lack of emotional intimacy for money or prestige?

I have been reading that we are happier in relationships where we are pretty similar to our partner - where one is not superior in any way to the other...
And after some thought I would have to agree - we are probably better off being with someone reasonably similar to ourselves...to a degree.

I'm not sure I think that money has so much to do with it, as values, morals and goals in life.
I know that when (or if) I enter into another relationship, I want to be with someone who doesn't think I'm too crazy for having the dreams I do, for wanting to live the life I do, and who supports me in being the person that I am.

To do that he would have to be aligned with me on some level yes?

And I would like to be all that to him as well, and to feel that I can morally do that, without feeling out of alignment with myself.

Any thoughts?

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