Always Be Challenging yourself. The ABCs of success. I'm gettin' learned on some new theory of how juice nutrition can benefit each separate body system... starting with the ticker. Arguably my most pertinent system,(for those of you who know me), the cardiovascular system acts as a liquid freeway, delivering oxygen and quintessential nutrients for which the other systems and tissues are completely dependant upon. Don't go chasin' waterfalls. Stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to. The rivers and the lakes that comprise the cardiovascular system.
I'm sure there was a joke in there somewhere... Imagine yourself without a properly functioning blood pumper and associates. Not quite there? Imagine that old, wretched great aunt, twice removed, that the whole family can't stand. She stinks of potatoes, cigarettes and cat piss. Better? Exactly. Heartless. That's you without an optimal cardiovascular system. You hear me now?
I knew I was weak when I was crying at your footstep. I hopped in your shower and you said "move on." Maybe the flower you planted on my heart was too much for me. I can't tell if you want me to dot my eyes and look pretty. The roses don't always smell nice.
Hey guys how's it going? I'm sorry for not posting for a bit there's just been a lot going on so i just haven't made any new content. I will not bore everyone with the details but this quote hit me in the heart recently. I am grateful for all of my friends on here and in person who care about what I'm doing and if I'm okay. Life is hard at times and wonderful other times but you guys give me an outlet to post what I enjoy and like and I'm really glad to have made friends like you. #quotes#quoteoftheday#profoundwords#friendship#loveislove#thankyou#love
Attention is the key to so many things related to our lives. We know our relationships are more satisfying if we actually pay attention to one another. We know that attention is important, but we may not know that attention has direct biological results. What we pay attention to is literally what we will build in our brain tissue. Attention is noticing and being with something without trying to change it. We often mistake attention for judgment. We think about attention as a "critical" function. Attention is not critical. Judgment is. Attention is neutral. We begin to pay attention to something and then we start to judge it, evaluate it, categorize it and, yes, generally "criticize" it. Attention takes the time to fully explore, to discover whatever there is to know about something, to watch as things change by themselves without our trying to ‘fix" anything. Attention is patient and attention is kind. No rush. No burden. No criticism. So how do we let go of judgment and simply pay attention? How do we practice being with whatever is happening and learning from it? Welcome everything; push away nothing. That might sound odd at first. Why would we "welcome" something unpleasant? This is not about seeking difficulty. The word "welcome" confronts us, asking us to look without judgment and criticism, to invite ourselves to be open to whatever comes, to simply pay attention. The more you pay attention, without pushing away or judging what is happening, the more you will find yourself learning not only about others but about yourself. Therefore, paying attention is ultimately an act of loving kindness towards ourselves. I challenge you to practice simply paying attention, not rushing to judgment. Welcome everything; push away nothing. Thoughts?