Order: transitive verb or·der | \ ˈȯr-dər \ to put in order: ARRANGE ¹ I think that it’s no coincidence that this book is formatted the way it is. After all, the alphabet is quite orderly. A is always before B. D doesn’t ever jump to the end of the line. M never decides to … Continue reading Chapter 15: O is for Order
House of Love
Let us build a house of love, you and I With a foundation of honesty A roof built of faithfulness And the sturdiness to weather all storms Let us build walls made of forgiveness Cover them with passion And paint them with laughter. Let us build a house of love, you and … Continue reading House of Love
Chapter 14: N is for Normal
So all of these years that I’ve been saying “There’s no such thing as normal”, I’ve been wrong…
Chapter 13: M is for Meditation
...I’m not much for preaching one way of doing it. You do you.
Chapter 12: L is for Loser
Self-talk has a profound impact on how we see our place in the world.
Chapter 11: K is for Katzenjammer
Noun: kat·zen·jam·mer | \ ˈkat-sən-ˌja-mər Have you ever heard a cat wailing and felt that you could relate? Apparently, some hungover German speakers once did. "Katzenjammer" comes from the German Katze (meaning "cat") and "Jammer" (meaning "distress"). English speakers borrowed the word for their hangovers (and other distressful inner states) in the 19th century and … Continue reading Chapter 11: K is for Katzenjammer
Chapter 10: J is for Judgement
We have all fallen into the judgement trap.
Chapter 9: I is for Imagination
Well, like everything else, we need to learn how to manage and live with our vivid imaginations.
Chapter 8: H is for Human
Listening to the cacophony of voices telling us what we would, could, and should be can lead to, you guessed it, anxiety.
Chapter 7: G is for Germaphobe
And on the upside, I don’t catch a lot of colds and flus.