I am a contributing author for Lady by the River, a book on life and perseverance. It’s available on Amazon.
Please buy, read, and if you like it, spread the word.
I’d like to thank the amazing Dr. Yvette Prior for giving me this opportunity.
Labeling a quiet place as serene is interesting, but the one who’s labeling it might be miles away from serenity. The moment we’re out of a serene location, which certainly pumped us up, our psychological dominance if you will, might crush under the weight of life’s routine chaos.
It’s a given that all of us cannot visit serene locations all the time; at best, once a year. We should, therefore, enjoy find-serenity-wherever-you-are spiritual dessert.
This dessert might taste bitter. Our tasks would be uphill. Clock’s ticking.
Hence, we must either develop the will to bludgeon the issues or, seek peace while issues bludgeon us. Playing a victim is weakness and dumb, given life will come at us hard, every time.
You touch the feet of Theodore Dwight Woolsey, and you’ll study at Yale.
Did I touch his feet when I toured Yale University? Yes
Could I study at Yale? No
Grab the bull by its balls, and it’ll bring you financial good luck.
Did I grab the balls? Yes, the cold bronze
Did the grabbing help? No
Lastly, on a Halloween night:
Do I need that mask to be called a devil? No
So I am a devil? Yes
Do I hate myself? Not yet
Happy Ending or Nappy Ending? Happy ending, hopefully.