I woke up this morning and thought, "Yeah!" Meaning, it's a day for another dose of Serena's Cornpone Palliative Philosophy.
I'd love to be able to reflect with Walden's-quality contemplation and glean some earth-shattering insights but, alas, my name is Serena, not Thoreau, and what you see is what you get.
* If you can think it up and conceptualize it, it can be done.
* If you let it go too easily, perhaps you didn't value it enough to begin with.
* When left to your own devices, make sure the devices are top of the line.
* Sometimes when I'm feeling discombobulated, I wonder if I'm not better off. Would I really want to be combobulated?
* Always try to give as much as you get, including grief. Especially grief.
* If the glass is half empty, maybe you should top it off.
* If it looks good, grab it -- before somebody else does.
* Only you can make a fool of yourself. No one can do it for you.
* If you're going to climb mountains, first make sure you're not afraid of heights.
* If your dog doesn't like someone, pay attention. My dog has much better instincts than I have.
* This one isn't mine. It is, rather, the ancient wisdom of a true Zen master. I love it, though, and live it. It's worth sharing.
Things are different because ... they are different.
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