Yesterday, the antithesis of food and alcoholic drink photos we see on Facebook.
The table next to me…what first caught my eye was the unsecure laptop. Yoga mat on right, along with a large Starbucks bag on left (i didn’t peek, but wish i would have).
Then the stickers fascinated me.
When she returned from the restroom, she sat on the other side of the table. More stickers.
Flipped the photo to be able to read the stickers.
Wasn’t feeling it at the gym, but plowed through it.
Felt good when done.
On the ride home, stopped at Starbucks for a sandwich (used Apple pay because i carry no wallet), and afterward snapped the photo above.
There was also a Daytimer type organizer next to the laptop, jammed and overflowing with papers. And a notebook, the front cover plastered with inspirational sayings.
Seize the Day.
Be the Change.
So i asked, “What are you working on?”
To my ear, her comments were as unfocused as her organizer appeared to be disorganized.
i tried, and failed, to have a meaningful conversation.
The woman – from India, with no car and she carried a yoga mat into Starbucks – claimed to be a medium, but she left me unimpressed on several levels.
Wasn’t feeling it from her.
The opportunity to try (unsuccessfully) to make her day wasn’t lost on me. Do your best and let the rest go.
Do your best and let the rest go.
Surrender is a great tool.
i use it all the time.
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(photo: Five Florida Sable Palm trees outside Gold’s Gym Orlando)
Weird how this…
If you’re goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.
Weird how it applies to everything, not just health.
Like in the photo, life has five big choices:
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Balance is not a myth, despite of all the garbage saying it is.
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A brilliant example of how you save not only a pet's life, but maybe your own as well.
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