Sister Dorothy talks about how to overcome desperation…
What is Wisdom?
Wisdom isn’t simply intelligence or knowledge or even understanding. It involves an understanding of people and the willingness as well as the ability to apply perception.
The one who gets wisdom loves life;
the one who cherishes understanding will soon prosper.
When you feel you need a little wisdom to help you on your way – browse these posts, ponder the thoughts, gain encouragement for you and your life
Sister Dorothy says: Don’t Let Go Of Your Dreams
Life has a way of giving us ups, downs and twists in the road
It’s very easy to let go, to forget the destination and get off
on a side track.
It’s very easy to tell ourselves that we didn’t really want that anyway.
This is procrastination in full, weedy flower. Delay. Broken promises and unfulfilled expectations.
Some people swear by the efficiency of multitasking. Recently, however, some suggest that, not only is multitasking inefficient, it’s counter-productive. Whatever theory you ascribe to, humans seem “wired” to try to accomplish multiple tasks—ever since that first, Type “A” cave-dweller tossed a tuber on the fire next to the roasted woolly mammoth to cook meat and potatoes at the same time.
Communication is all around us – even when you’re a solopreneur you HAVE to come out of your cave now and again and communicate. Here are some good communication basics that will help extroverts and introverts alike
Too often we take care of other people’s needs, never getting to the activities that would have the most meaning for us. Here are 10 ways to take back your life.
Guess What! My temporary crown and filling have come out! AND, as is often the situation, this is a long holiday weekend here in Spain!
Yesterday, the 6th, was Constitution Day and tomorrow, the 8th, is the Immaculate Conception Day – and, being Sunday, the Monday becomes the national holiday.
I read an unattributed quote earlier today that went, “When you want what you’ve never had, you must do what you’ve never done.”
Isn’t that so true?
Read it again:
When you want what you’ve never had, you must do what you’ve never done.