Another chapter from The Art of Living, brought to you by Super Dog, who seriously… knows how to live life.
You hold in your hand the camel’s-hair brush of a painter of Life. You stand before the vast white canvas of Time. The paints are your thoughts, emotions and acts.
You select the colors of your thoughts; drab or bright, weak or strong, good or bad.
You select the colors of your acts; cold or warm, fearful or daring, small or big.
Through the power of your creative imagination you catch a vision… you dream a dream.
You visualize yourself as the man you want to be.
You see yourself as a triumphant personality striding toward far horizons of constructive accomplishment.
You see yourself as a master servant of the race, ministering to human needs, radiating happiness.
You see yourself as a builder, making a creative contribution to the evolution of modern civilization.
You strive to make the ideal in your mind become a reality on the canvas of Time.
You select and mix the positive colors of heart, mind and spirit into the qualities of effective living: patience, determination, endurance, self-discipline, work, love and faith.
Each moment of your life is a brush stroke in the painting of your growing career.
There are the bold, sweeping strokes of one increasing, dynamic purpose.
There are the lights and shadows that make your life deep and strong.
There are the little touches that add the stamp of character and worth.
The art of achievement is the art of making life- your life – a masterpiece.
“Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer
I’m still in a kind of funk since the miscarriage… just totally not myself. I was told it’s one of those things where you go through all the stages of grief. It’s hard to feel like you’re grieving for something that is misunderstood, I confess, I really don’t even understand how to deal with it. But enough about that… life is still so beautiful. These are some pictures of a recent adventure we went on.
The water was so peaceful.