Facing My Fears

I become easily distracted when I am tired, overworked and afraid.

I don’t feel alone with my impulses, procrastination and other odd ways of getting burnt out by my fears.

I have been breaking down my work into smaller bundles and doing them on the regular basis.

I have made my motto, do my best each day and do no harm.

I like to monitor myself with helpful habits: sleep, eat and rest and relax.

Lately, I have blogged less and slept more.

I am starting a new journal and plan to blog once a week till I catch up with my other job, duties, tasks and education.

Sunday seems like a good day to publish and once a week is also a good place to start.

We all loose sometimes…on death and grief

www.ted.com/talks/jason_b_rosenthal_the_journey_through_loss_and_grief

I have lost much and gained even more.

My sense of grief in complex and dying too.

It is best to open the door for those that wish to start at the beginning of the process as soon as they are willing and able.

If you are ready, consider the vid above, it is a gentle entry of a man who has shared his story very publicly….

The Ideal Parent

youtube.com/watch

Okay, I am an old man.

61 years old, stable, boring, calm, routine and reasonable.

I believe this is the role of all good citizens.

And to a great extent, so we’re my parents, and their parents…

But this is only a role. To get to know my parents as people has taken a long time.

And I am happy to say my relationships continue to grow.

To all the good parents or anyone trying to play a good role in society but still grow real relationships, bravo!

It is tough staying sane and hard to act like a good person.

Congratulations to all of us that keep on faking it till we make it.