May you experience the peaceful places,

the tranquil moments, and quiet thoughts

that nourish the soul.

— Hallmark Christmas Card

I came into work this morning surprised to see a Christmas card on my desk from a coworker. The front picture of the card was a black and white image of a forest in the winter. The day looks peaceful, the snowing stopped and the trees look peacefully content covered in snow.

I must admit, this is one of the better cards I have seen and better yet, have received. This year has been a bit hectic with lots of changes in life.  There are times when I long for that peaceful place, only to be confronted by boiling waters of the heart.  There are times when I try to induce tranquil moments and quiet thoughts, only to be jarred awake by the not-so-peaceful images in my mind.

“All the best in the new year!” is hand written into the card. I look forward to the new year. It will be a time of new beginnings, a time to let go of the past, like water under the bridge

Sage GTD Advice

December 19, 2008

It’s not what we have in our life, but who we have in our life that counts.

– J.M  Laurence via Sage Advice from David Allen

Problems of Today

December 14, 2008

The problems of today will be buried by the sands of time.

— Fortune Cookie

/fingers crossed

Age and Gaming

December 11, 2008

You don’t stop playing games when you get old ….

you get old when you stop playing games.

— Source: Game Chronicles Tagline

Fortune Cookie – Settle

December 9, 2008

The minute you settle for less than you deserve,

you get less than you settled for.

— Fortune Cookie

Laziness

August 20, 2008

Monk: “What is the greatest obstacle to enlightenment?”

The Buddha: “Laziness!”

— Zen Calendar 2008

Zen Paths Quote

August 14, 2008

Paths cannot be taught,

they can only be taken.

Zen Saying; Zen Calendar 2008