Learning from our mistakes and accepting what is

Mistakes are things like setting your alarm to 6 p.m. when you really meant to set it to 6 a.m. or using salt instead of sugar in your coffee. These would be thoughtless errors that we all make from time to time. Other types of mistakes are the ones like General David Petraeus’ public humiliation. […]

Read More…

Living without a plan.

When I was little I agonized about growing up because unlike other kids who could imagine a future, I couldn’t because I didn’t have a clue of what I hoped or wanted. Growing up didn’t look good. It looked gloomy and dark. I felt helpless and lost in what I thought was a terrifying jungle […]

Read More…

The roller coaster ride of grief.

When shit happens, the first stage of grief is shock, adrenaline kicks in, and while some may react by crying inconsolably, others go into frantic activity mode, where they keep so busy that they don’t allow themselves the time to feel anything. Then the cycle continues and they are hit by anger, followed by acceptance, […]

Read More…

Our Best Intentions.

We get into relationships with our best intentions and often no matter how good those intentions are, in time it doesn’t work out. We grow, we change and need something different and we must accept that. It may be sad but if done right, both parties win and get a second chance.

Read More…

Dear Life…

Dear Life, It’s about time I wrote you a letter. It could be angry, but it’s not, because I know well that I am not entitled to anything, either the good or the bad. You just set us forth and we walk our miles, doing our time on this earth, knowing well that at least […]

Read More…