There are opportunities we create, and opportunities that fall into our laps. The ones that we choose to take (or not take), not only define us, but shape our existence.
Then, one day, something occurs, everything changes, and suddenly we are strangers to ourselves.
Experience is a wonderful thing. Only through experience can you truly comprehend the notion of have to vs get to.
Endings are challenging, change is hard, and that both are completely inevitable at some point in this lifetime. So, how are we to combat this anxiety?
“Things turn out best for the people who make the best of how things turn out.” John Wooden
I wrote this poem to my husband on one of our anniversaries. I realized that being clear about the ebb and flow of a marriage can be a great gift.
"To succeed at life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone." - Reba McEntire
Women are the cogs that make the world go around, sometimes light does shine on these cogs... but more often not. Yet the cog still turns.
“Miracles do not happen in contradiction to nature, but only in contradiction to what we know of nature.” - St. Augustine
What opportunities might be hiding right under your nose that you haven't yet noticed? Be present and find out!
We sit amazed by those who rant and rave over things that are important to them, without ever considering that at times we might just be doing the same.
Try shattering your POV one day, it feels like you are falling off a cliff…then, all of a sudden you realize you are still in one piece.
When you stop and think a moment about mistakes, there is one undeniable truth: We are not alone, we all make them - but what comes next after admitting your mistake?
Can the premise that the flutter of a butterfly wing may cause a tsunami be true?
Home is a place in your mind where you can be yourself. Arriving home to yourself is critical because when you do, you can be anywhere and do anything.
Have you ever wished you were someone else? Maybe someone famous, or rich, or powerful, or simple, or older, or prettier? The exterior might be alluring, but once you remove that enviable shell, you'll find something very familiar underneath.
Members of the BuDhaGirl Team describe what "being" means to them.
“To be, or not to be: that is the question."
"Aging has a wonderful beauty and we should have respect for that." - Eartha Kitt
How would you like to be an oyster? It might seem like a silly question but once you begin to give this notion some thought it becomes quite interesting.