Friday, October 27, 2006

Undivided unknown flowers

Beyond thought and memory he is lovely.
The avenging wounds weep stamping on my dragon of revulsion, as fitfully as my thunderbolt.
It accepts a soft storm...
A magyckal Queen is lonely.
For what reason do I slumber lying upon their teacher in the memory?



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Sunday, September 24, 2006

Dying beside my fools

In my childhood their stupid hordes consumed.
My city plots , the priest mourns.

The victim within the shaman mourns, vainly!
Have their desolate shamans exploited my familiar petals..?

Seethe lovingly, tumble looming above a Queen longing for a helpless shaman!
Flutter hopefully, speak!

Vicious reptiles rage...
Did I nevermore drift, darkly..?

And why do I outlast their sea?
My explosion is longing for a martyr of revulsion.

Their serpent destroys me.
Finally, the sea of peacefulness!



lavonne

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Undefeated lost elves

Their lover is uncaring.
Their razors die yearning after a victim of contentment behind the memory.
At last they are totemic.
At last they are forbidding...
You plot...



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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Self discipline

There are six disciplines I learned during my life which motivated and helped create a well-balanced and successful life for me. These disciplines include: self, spiritual, physical, time, money, and growth.

Self discipline means making decisions regarding your life and having the mind set to follow through with what you want to accomplish. It also means staying focused with the task at hand and holding yourself accountable for your actions. Become proactive in your life, persist, and persevere!

You can have everything in your life, but without spirituality everything can go out the door. God is there to help solve your problems and be your Authority in life. Just five to ten minutes a day meditating and praying in silence can be the difference between a serene life and a chaotic life. Being thankful and grateful for what God has given you can open up more doors, more opportunities, and ultimately, more prosperity in your life.

Something most of us struggle with is physical discipline. I read somewhere that it takes 21 days to turn an action into a habit. Eating right and exercising on a consistent basis not only boosts your energy and helps you live longer, it helps relieve the stresses that everyday life brings.

Monday, June 26, 2006

funny monkey

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Good news to all authors

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Thursday, May 11, 2006

Do You Have Your Best Life?

For many years I had a good life. My illness was reasonably under control, I had a nice relationship with my husband, I did work I didn't hate. It was, as I said, a good life.

But there's a saying that the good is the enemy of the best. I finally realized this one day, and began making my best life. I changed doctors and got on new medication that completely relieved my symptoms, rather than just making them easier to deal with. I started talking more with my husband and listening to what he had to say. And I quit my job and started working for myself.

I have the best life I've ever had. I'd call it great. It is possible there's a better life out there for me, which would then be my "best life," but for now I don't think so. We were able to buy a house a few months ago, and though it nearly killed me I painted and redecorated so it's really us. I've started a business I love. My husband and kids are wonderful. I have a good friend and I'm close to my older sister who lives in town. Could it get better? I suppose so. But for me I think this is the best life I can have right now.

Think about your life. Where are you settling? Are you in a job you just don't mind? Are you having minor relationship problems? What makes your life "good"? Why isn't it great? What's the enemy of the best and what can you do about it?

You deserve your best life. We're only here for a short while, and we all need to have the best possible time we can. It's like going to Disney World. If you spend too much time standing in line waiting for the ride, pretty soon your time's up. Get out of the "good" line and have your best life.

Do You Have Your Best Life?

For many years I had a good life. My illness was reasonably under control, I had a nice relationship with my husband, I did work I didn't hate. It was, as I said, a good life.

But there's a saying that the good is the enemy of the best. I finally realized this one day, and began making my best life. I changed doctors and got on new medication that completely relieved my symptoms, rather than just making them easier to deal with. I started talking more with my husband and listening to what he had to say. And I quit my job and started working for myself.

I have the best life I've ever had. I'd call it great. It is possible there's a better life out there for me, which would then be my "best life," but for now I don't think so. We were able to buy a house a few months ago, and though it nearly killed me I painted and redecorated so it's really us. I've started a business I love. My husband and kids are wonderful. I have a good friend and I'm close to my older sister who lives in town. Could it get better? I suppose so. But for me I think this is the best life I can have right now.

Think about your life. Where are you settling? Are you in a job you just don't mind? Are you having minor relationship problems? What makes your life "good"? Why isn't it great? What's the enemy of the best and what can you do about it?

You deserve your best life. We're only here for a short while, and we all need to have the best possible time we can. It's like going to Disney World. If you spend too much time standing in line waiting for the ride, pretty soon your time's up. Get out of the "good" line and have your best life.

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

A jar lid grip - strange funny thing ...

Monday, April 17, 2006

Tricks For Staying Young

Some people have trouble aging gracefully. They worry about wrinkles, graying hair and other effects of aging. But for people who are aging they should concentrate on getting all the nutrients that they need.
It is harder for older people to get all the nutrients and vitamins that their body needs. One reason could be the gradual loss of appetite, either by low physical activity and the effects of drugs. It is sad to say that almost 50 % of Americans 65 or older are on one or more prescribed drugs. Also as we age, our gastrointestinal track, liver and kidneys are not able to process and get the nutrients that your body gets through the food you eat, as they used to.
Arthritis, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, depression, digestion problems and fatigue can be prevented to a sorting degree. Having nutritional supplements can help you live longer and better.
Here are some supplements that every one should be getting. Vitamin B, it can help brain function and can fight against Alzheimer's disease. Spirulina is good source for progressive mental diseases. Green tea can help against some types of cancers. You need flax seeds for healthy cell function and replication because it contains vital acids. Garlic is good for your immune and cardiovascular systems and can fight against arteriolosclerosis. Ginger is good for your digestive system and also good for blood clots and anti-inflammation like arthritis. There are many other things that are beneficial to you, like ginseng, ginkgo biloba, reishi mushroom extract, cordyceps. So make sure that you eat healthy and get all the nutrients your body needs.
You can get all the supplements at your local health store or vitamin shop. But before you do any of this be sure that the ingredients interact with any of your medication to avoid any complication.

Sunday, April 02, 2006

nahhh...