Acceptance is a key to a happy life. We must accept people like they are. And we must accept life circumstances as they are, or we will never find serenity. I am not talking about moral cowardice or apathy. But buckets of sweat and fret are often shed, about issues that we either can not… More Tolerant acceptance vs. finger pointing
Some words have very little meaning, and yet they are used way too much. Other words have giant importance and yet they are seldom used. Conscience is one such word that is used infrequently, and yet its power and dynamic relevance is always significant. A deep, trustworthy internal guidance system is an important gift, we… More Conscience and the chain of healthy, reinforcing behaviors
You can’t unscramble an egg. Many of the situations that have already happened can not be undone. That is why a great dose of acceptance must be learned and adopted to find peace in your life. If you have a few years on you, the question is not just where do we go but where… More You can’t unscramble an egg.
To improve our perspective, we must start with a fresh approach each day. Clear your mind and heart, open yourself to new vistas of learning, outlook, and attitude. Start with the internal value that you believe you can make a difference, and follow through until you do. We can greatly enhance our lives by a… More To improve your perspective.
Dear Guts Is The Key Reader, It has been several months since I have published a Guts Is The Key Acrostic Installment. But fear not, I have not forgotten. G.U.T.S. #40 is Get Used To Stages – Get Used To Stages – Rome really wasn’t built in a day. Great triumphs take great sacrifices. There… More G.U.T.S. #40 – Get Used To Stages
One of the learning experiences that has caused me to readopt my college nickname of “Slam” is realizing the crucial importance of realness, to life happiness and fulfillment. I was called that nickname in college, because I was an enthusiastic Southern fireball, in a college on the west coast. When something was really incredible to… More Inside Out Living
This BEAM (post) was inspired by a friend on twitter today, who asked me a question. I have misplaced better artwork of the flow-chart in this article. But I will locate it soon and replace this poor artwork and expand the article’s content, in the future. The point of this writing is to provide a… More Slam’s Don’t Worry Model – a personal reply