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Day 167 – Waking Up With Inner Light In Darkness

Day 167 – Waking Up With Inner Light In Darkness

Today I woke up at around 4:10 AM through 4:20 AM without an alarm. I had only gotten about five and a half hours of sleep. I think my body is used to getting that little during work weeks, so it was worried my alarm had not gone off. I also wanted to double check on...

Day 166 – It All Comes Around

Day 166 – It All Comes Around

A week or two ago I was in my car, working, when an extremely old lady scared me. I was on my phone, waiting for my trainer to start driving (who was in front of me), when she appeared out of nowhere. My window was open and her face felt like a foot away from mine. I...

Day 163 – Gratefulness

Day 163 – Gratefulness

Today I woke up at 5:30 AM since I had to be at a meeting at 7 AM. I read a yoga/awakening book for about ten minutes, maybe fifteen, prior to leaving home. Work was alright, and then I got home and showered. I was getting ready to head out to shop for my friend who...

Day 162 – Another Day Another Run

Day 162 – Another Day Another Run

Today I went to work from 7AM to 4:30 PM. When I got home I drove to a running trail and ran a mile in 7 minutes 5 seconds. Then I ran back a slightly different way in 9 minutes and 20 seconds, My left calf is a little tight from running, or maybe from working, who...

Day 161 – Tired from Yesterday

Day 161 – Tired from Yesterday

Today it was clear that I was tired from getting four hours of sleep yesterday and then napping for nearly three hours later in the day. With that in mind, work was great. I didn't need to call anyone to help me out and I even handled an emergency all by myself: a...

Day 157 – Another Day Another Lesson

Day 157 – Another Day Another Lesson

Friday was a great day, although work was a bit long. I decided to not upload my completed tickets on the computer until the end, so that I may be able to finish everything before the sun set. I ended up finishing about an hour and a half later than usual, bringing my...

Aristotle said “we are what we habitually do”.  If something is important, you must do it every day.  If you say, “I will take some time next year and do that” – you will never do it.  If something is important and will be part of our legacy it needs to be done every day and become routine.”

“Don’t let your imagination be crushed by life as a whole. Don’t try to picture everything bad that could possibly happen. Stick with the situation at hand, and ask, “Why is this so unbearable? Why can’t I endure it?”

“Carpe Diem. Momento Mori.”  Seize the day. Remember we must die.