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fingertips trace the suede
that swaddles the comfy place we’d sit and watch old movies leaving imprints of my identity across where you’d lay your arm
the kitchen table where we shared our meals and laughter from the day or serious conversations on world events with stifled yawns from me ~ sits barren
looking sideways to the crooked frame hanging on the wall; giggles remembered and stamped feet, how you never hung it straight ~ the memories of ‘us’ ~ just simple things
the gate not mended; the grout worn and fallen; rubbish stacked behind the shed it would be cleared... (more)
DECISION MAKING: ARE YOUR MARKETING DECISIONS RIGHT OR WRONG?
By the time you read this introduction, you will have made up your mind whether to read on or not. But what was your decision making process? What are the criteria that you used? Do you follow your head or your heart? Is it an impulsive decision or a cold calculation? What might you lose by not reading on?
Now you’re wondering what’s wrong with me. I may have my own idiosyncrasies, but surely not this.
I’m talking about the latest scientific research about having all those decision making options. Research... (more)
You have an energy in you. You feel it building, through the hours, through the days, and through the years. Perhaps from success, perhaps from suffering, no matter how, it builds. It longs to be let out, to be used. You feel the need to do something. Celebrate, cut loose, anything! You feel the need to do, do, do something. Now, slow down for a second. You can use this energy for something. Wait before you spend it. Acknowledge it. Then use it to create something...words, music, art, or an idea. Anything to bring life. The energy is there. You will do one of two things, destroy or... (more)
At anytime, there is a correction
to start over, without exception
unconfined by election
no holds barred, no friction
no need for deep inspection
release yourself to a new direction
no chains surround, nowhere to check in
one more time, an election
to start over, takes only selection
first written in: opinionsofeye.com(more)
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