Hundred a Day
A calculated risk that pays off, even though it is later discovered that the calculation was entirely inaccurate.
Example: “I had a huge gomble in poker yesterday! 71 more words
9 hours, 44 minutes
I resist not knowing how things will go
What do I really know for sure?
When I stop to think about it, most of modern reality seems unreal… 71 more words
1 day, 9 hours
“[W]here there is no law, there is no liberty; and nothing deserves the name of law but that which is certain and universal in its operation upon all the members of the community.” 13 more words
1 day, 20 hours
Just getting out of the box
Today, after explaining to my counsellor how I was struggling with worry, and my over-active mind, he reminded me that instead of focussing on the uncertainty, I need to focus on the things that are certain. 99 more words
1 day, 21 hours
Lighting the Lamp
One of my favorite shows is Call the Midwife, a wonderful British period piece set in the late 1950s and now early 1960s.
It returned last night to PBS with series four, thank goodness. 215 more words
2 days, 1 hour
As cliche as this may sound, I am not a relationship expert. However, what I have gathered from so many conversations with mostly women, is the incipient fear to speak their mind. 831 more words
3 days, 3 hours
In this life,
I have but one goal
That prevails over every other.
This one goal leads to one thing
That I can promise with absolute certainty. 24 more words
3 days, 9 hours