Spring! What a wonderful time of year.

Spring has sprung: what a wonderful time of year.

The cold bitter weather, the gray dreary skies, and the trees devoid of their foliage now begin to give way to the warming sun, the green foliage of grasses and bright petals of flowers all springing forth life.

In the song, “the Rose,” there is the lyric,

“that far beneath the bitter snows lies the seed, that with the sun’s love in the spring becomes the rose.”

This makes me think of the seed that lies in all our souls that is waiting to bloom. And when it blooms, the rest of the world will see the rose blooms dance in our eyes like they do in the garden with the warm gentle breezes of spring.

Once you allow this seed that is you to bloom, it can give way to the explosion in the night sky just as the fireworks on the 4th of July – reminding us of another song, “Firework,” made popular by Katy Perry. Two great songs that not only inspire us, but help us to realize the power that lies within all of us.

Utilizing song, light hearted humor and insight our book, Don’t Be A Cow, will help you find your path, to this real happiness like you have never known.

 

 

Daylight Savings Time!

It’s about that time … or is it?

Once upon a time. A stitch in time saves nine. Working 9 to 5. Clock in, clock out. What a buzzer beater. Hickory Dickory Dock, the mouse ran up the clock. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere. I love Daylight Savings Time; I hate Daylight Savings Time; Why even change time? Don’t be late! Don’t get there too early! 2 minute warning. Saved by the bell … It’s about time!

Does anybody really know what time it is? Although I do not propose to know what time it is, I do know what time is!

Time is the great equalizer. You see, time does not care if you have many worldly possessions or if you have nothing, time cares not if you live in the United States, the United Emirates, or the United Kingdom. Time … well, time is the only thing any of us really have, and none of us knows just how much or just how little we have.

Our hope is that you spend yours being you. We invite you to read our book, “Don’t Be a Cow.” It won’t take much of your time, but it will help you get the most out of your time!

Bells & Whistles

We are all, or most of us anyway, familiar with purchasing a car.

Some are rather plain and some are loaded with bells & whistles. It is sort of fun to think back through the years how the bells & whistles have changed. A/C, electric windows, power locks, radios, electric seats, air bags, navigation systems, etc., etc., etc. It’s nice to have all or at least a few of these bells & whistles, but lest we forget, what we really appreciate is the engine, transmission, and the tires.

I think life in general poses great similarities. There are many bells & whistles and these, too, have changed through the years. Today 24/7/365 entertainment through our televisions (remember when TV stations signed off at midnight?), along with the internet, we have 24/7/365 contact with others, some who we have never met and may live half way across the world. But, as with the car … the basic car – engine, transmission and tires that will get us from point A to B – life holds similar essentials. Self-reliance, personal relationships, and purpose. These are the keys to happiness that are often overshadowed by all the bells & whistles.