Can A Website Help You Beat The Blues – And Say Goodbye to a Life of Quiet Desperation?
Hi, I’m a 55 yr old Dedo. I’ve been a younger version. But this is me now : )
Have you ever gone on holiday and when you got back you thought “REALLY,? That went quick”!!
There’s a film you’ve got to watch, it’s called “Groundhog Day”, It was all about a cynical T.V. weatherman who, when on vacation in a small town called Punxsutawney, finds himself reliving the same day over and over again.
During his stay, he realizes he can change the outcome of events by changing how he acts (changing behaviour).
Note: Change your “ACT”, and life will never be the same again.
Why Do We Keep On Keeping On?
What I mean is, Can you remember when you were a child and you “REALLY” wanted something?
Be it to learn to ride a bike, or climb a tree, have an adventure with your friends or learn those squiggly lines we formed into words.
Also, the myriad of things we automatically just, DID! (not including the squiggly lines)
Can you recall the exact time you forgot how to have fun and be more spontaneous?
Whose Fault Is It When Children Disobey?
This is how we learnt to give up our power, which was a good thing at the time (for our parents). But it hurts us when,.all of a sudden, we’ve matured into responsible adults. And have forgotten our natural spontaneity.
“To be able to forge ahead in life’s great adventure”.
Waking up in the morning to face endless queues of traffic, or battling thousands of commuters for a few seats on the train because it’s been delayed. Working for a boss that doesn’t appreciate your talents (and not paying you what you’re worth). Going to bed, after filling your head with fantasy T.V., and wake up to the same scenario, year after year, till you die!. STOP!
Join Me, And let’s Have An Adventure Together!
PS: There’s plenty of posts already published that will push you forward in your endeavours. Also, helping you in this incredible journey we call life. So never hesitate and put off until tomorrow what you can do right now.
These moments of now add up every day, and before you know it, it’s all over.