Monthly Archives: December 2005

No Regrets

I hope everyone out there had a wonderful Christmas.  I had a fantastic one.  It was an Indian Christmas this year meaning that my dad’s brother and sister stayed with us for several days.  My dad is from India, for … Continue reading

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Breaking through Fear

So many times in life I wish I was able to release all feelings of anxiousness and live each moment of my life completely carefree, with no worries over the actions I should be taking and what the results of … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

I have recently been feeling a renewed sense of peace.  There has been an acceptance of my injury as well as an understanding of what it takes to be at peace.  My injury entitled “Needless Suffering” cleared up many things … Continue reading

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The Life I Could Have Had

I just watched the Appalachian State football team beat Furman to move on to the Division 1 double-A national championship game against Northern Iowa.  Before this season Appalachian State had never won a postseason game.  I have been following the playoffs … Continue reading

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Needless Suffering

The flow of emotions we all experience, the ups and downs, curves and ruts seems to be so inescapable and complex.  In an instant without even understanding why, you suddenly emerge from the depths of a funk to once again … Continue reading

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Now I Am Warm

Yesterday had to be one of the hardest days ever when it comes to motivating myself.  I’m trying to enjoy all states of nature whether it’s sunny and warm or cold and rainy.  The fluctuations in weather are necessary for … Continue reading

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Thanks

Thank you to everyone who joined in on the session yesterday.  The feeling I got during the session was different than the previous two and afterwards I felt a little disappointed.  The warm fuzzy feeling was not as intense but … Continue reading

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