When instead we can just lock the door to the negative and enter a wave of warmth and happiness.
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Fleeting Moments. Maii Follow. I Love You Relationships now. I'm a writer. I believe that words are stronger than actions, because with each word it creates a unique impact. I Love You Follow. Write the first response. Discover Medium. My current job came when I talked to the local building official who as it turns out we grew up in the same small town. He offered me a job that day.
One just never knows. How funny that a single conversation and connection led to a new job opportunity — openness wins again! This story rings with me also. I think this is where my multipotentality started. I started playing the Baritone which is a small tuba, from there I went on to learn to play the trombone, French horn, tuba, trumpet, clarinet, and the flute. I guess I got bored playing just one instrument and moved on to others. Haha, I love it! I did play the trombone for a while but it turned out the tuba was more my natural home in a brass band.
Good on you for broadening your skills. Sending you many positive thoughts that the answer will come to you soon. Maybe it will be somewhere on your trip. Signed up for an e-course on how to sell my artwork online; thru that teacher I learned about Emilie and Puttylike multipods.
A Life In A Moment book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Never look back; you may only find what you left or let you go. You Changed My Life In A Moment Lyrics: The nights the sky was filled with clouds / My worried mind was filled with fear / I couldn't count all the lonely hours .
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A Home for Multipotentialites! Photo courtesy of Prophet And Poet. Written by Neil Hughes Topics: Life. When I was ten, I made a decision that would alter the course of my life. I chose to learn to play the tuba. But to my great surprise — and immense gratitude — she nodded. But bring me that slip tomorrow. The Consequences After the test, I was chosen as one of few to be given an instrument and taught to play it. I was given a tuba.
Participants were also asked to identify approximately five items from the same list of 67 items as being the most important in their own experience of positive change. Folkman was one of the first to provide strong empirical evidence indicating that positive subjective outcomes are a phenomenon distinct from negative subjective outcomes: positive and negative subjective outcomes are not merely two sides of one phenomenon 6 - 8. Ultimately, the best way to maintain some sort of lucid appreciation of our time on earth -- and the best way to then make the most of that time -- is to keep stride with the rapidly passing minutes, days, and years. July 29, at pm. Your email address will not be published. Just my opinion.
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August 17, at am. Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. Either way, it completely alters your perspective on life for a moment. I call these times Moments of Clarity. You may even resolve to change your habits or thinking to reflect your newfound perspective. Trouble is, many people let these moments fade.
When that happens, your former concerns reassert themselves and once again you get preoccupied by the ding on your car. But if you instead embrace your light-bulb moments and commit yourself to learn from them, even years after the actual perspective shift takes place, the result can be life changing. You may find yourself at the cusp of an entirely new career. One of my biggest moments of clarity came after I had a near-fatal bicycle accident in , crashing into a Toyota Corolla.
The chances of surviving were only 10 percent.