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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
The most negative influence is the devil on our own shoulder. The cruelest judge is the one staring back in the mirror.
The person really withholding the love you need is you. No one will ever out-do you at playing mind-games. You must stop doing this to yourself!
The universe is calling you to heal, not to agonize over your mistakes. Quit overthinking; this is what surrendering really means.
Don’t focus on negativity and don’t even obsess about “fixing” things or yourself. Don’t force “positive thinking.” These things can be psychological irritants. Just leave yourself alone! When you pick at things they never heal.
Just relax and give yourself some time.
— Bryant McGill
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(This passage is from the “Simple Reminders” book, but I post all my writings freely as a gift for those who cannot afford them. If these writings have benefited you, please kindly leave a review at bryantmcgill.com/sr-amazon)
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Monday, April 23, 2018
Sunday, April 22, 2018
The rain had stopped and there was a large puddle just outside the door to the American Legion hall. A rumpled old Coast Guard Chief was standing near the edge with a fishing line in the puddle.
A curious young Marine fighter pilot came over to him and asked what he was doing.
"Fishing," the old Chief simply said.
"Poor old chief," the Marine officer thought to himself and invited the old Coast Guard Chief into the bar for a drink.
As he felt he should start a conversation while they were sipping their spirits, the young jet pilot winked at another pilot and asked the Chief, "How many have you caught today?"
"You're number 14," the old Chief answered, taking another sip from his double shot of 12-year-old Scotch, "2 Air Force, 3 Army, 1 Navy and 8 Marines."