If each of us has a limitless capacity to do good, why not use it?
Tag: Deliberate Optimism
Infinite good fortune?
We are endlessly lucky to be here and alive and on this planet. With this infinite good fortune comes great responsibility.
Dreams, weddings, waves
It’s important to recognise when one gets to the good bits in life, when the dreams do come true. “It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.” So writes Paulo Coelho in The Alchemist. Life’s pendulum will never cease to swing between the good and bad. Time flies during the […]
How do you deal with your frustrations?
You can’t always, as the song suggests, get what you want.* You might even find that, in a very real sense, you get what you need. How do you deal with frustration? Frustration is an inevitable part of all our lives, probably to a greater extent than most of us would be comfortable admitting. My […]
Five principles of deliberate optimism
Can life ever be what you want it to be? There is a world of difference between the world you want to live in and the one in which you find yourself. Deliberate optimism is about working with what is. Gentle reader: It is my happy burden to report to you that social media serendipity […]