Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?' Martin Luther King, Jr. It's so easy to make everything about yourself and ignore everybody else.You see tragedy on the television, you turn the channel to E! You hear a friend complaining about some problems that they are having and you tune them out thinking about your to do list. These terrible habits are the key to living an empty meaningless life. Martin Luther King challenges you to answer t
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment. Buddha I want to get grounded and be focused on the present. To me, I've always heard that meditation was the way to go.
Meditation was always intimidating for me and very hard. I downloaded apps. I watched videos. Every time I started, I set a goal of five minutes to just focus on my breathing. As soon as I start, thoughts are flying into my head from everywhere. I battle
I'm was always snapping pictures and filming video of my kids because I didn't want to lose that precious moment. However, my witnessing the event from behind the screen of my phone, I am actually truly missing experiencing event. It came to the point that I thought, maybe I will just put the phone down. Not everything needs to be captured. Let me enjoy watching my kids whether it's playing a sport or performing in a school show. That thought liberated me from living behind t