Rhetorical questions
  Why is the unknown so terrifying for some and an adventure to others?  Once you step off the abyss what is to be?  Why can't we turn off our own minds and just enjoy?  Why is it so hard for some to turn off their minds and just be while it seems others never even think about what is coming next and just live happily in the moment?
Did you ever think about these things or are you happily living in the moment?

danicpa68   danicpa68 wrote
on 4/26/2008 11:09:10 AM
I'm taking the chance for the first time of my life and not sitting safely on the sidelines. Wish me luck.

Sojourner   Sojourner wrote
on 4/25/2008 10:31:03 PM
I think humanity is an interesting thing to watch happen. Some are insecure so they don't move at all, and others are insecure so they never stop moving. Both for the same reason, and yet two different results.

seeker561   seeker561 wrote
on 4/24/2008 1:50:46 AM
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seeker561   seeker561 wrote
on 4/24/2008 1:39:25 AM
".... and some people geared one way can overcome it, and others cannot." I disagree. We always have the freedom to choose our path.

seeker561   seeker561 wrote
on 4/24/2008 1:35:26 AM
Rule #1 - Don't sweat the small stuff. Rule #2 - Everything is small stuff. One of the most difficult decisions we make is whether to embrace the universe as a welcoming place that loves us and wants us to be happy or as a dangerous place that is out to get us. More simply put we can choose to be ruled by love or fear. We can embrace unity and connectedness or we can choose seperation. We have already discussed the benefit of gratitude versus judgement, and I believe you have already experienced the peacefulness that comes from embracing the former. Embrace the journey. It has begun for you and will lead you to where you want to go.

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