Here is a helpful list from one of the smartest games we have available to us, chess. Let’s see what we can learn, and how it applies to our lives. Continue reading
“And lastly, we learn by chess the habit of not being discouraged by present bad appearances in the state of our affairs; the habit of hoping for a favorable chance…”
-Morrison Waite Continue reading
Marine corps officer Robert J. Wicks shares with us some important lessons on life and nature. Continue reading
– William Shakespeare
Don’t let doubt into for your life, for it is not a friend. He is not your companion in any way. Would you go on a special walk with Doubt in the hills? Take Doubt to lunch? Get married to Doubt?
Then stop spending time with him — especially in your mind. Continue reading
– Daniel Todd Gilbert, psychologist
Let’s be grateful for all the happiness in our lives today. To truly cherish family, call a long-lost friend, or spend less time on work — and more time on someone.
All the ‘someones’ in our lives are what give us joy. Appreciate! Continue reading
“When the unexpected and inconceivable intrude on life, and it will…deal with life’s actual events–don’t obsess about perceived eventualities. Relax–enjoy the ride.” – Michael J. Fox
Michael J. Fox is an actor and activist. He has appeared in iconic roles including Marty McFly in “Back to the Future” and Alex P. Keaton in the TV show “Family Ties”. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 1991, revealing his condition publicly in 1998. Since then he has been a powerful activist promoting research for a cure. He has been married to actress Tracy Pollan since 1988, and they have four children. Fox is also the author of three books, including the memoir, “Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist”.