Sunday, April 8, 2012
Happy Easter - perfect opportunity to start over again
HAPPY EASTER. Filming and editing these videos is quite an endeavor but I'm back in the proverbial saddle and I ain't leavin' the barn till the work is done ... so to speak.
This anonymous writing pretty well describes how I feel about Easter:
... to seek the slopes where the sun is rising. I love that visual.
Easter is about hope and faith. It's a perfect mindset to push our internal RESET buttons and get back to moving with the good foot.
I've experienced how stress can devour vaporize creativity, stagnate productivity, and tick away precious moments of the already short time we have on this planet.
I've been reading about stress from different perspectives (scientific, spiritual, religious, medical). About "good" stress and "bad" stress. About "positive" stress and "negative" stress. About "normal" stress and "abnormal" stress.
With myself, family, friends, clients, and people that I randomly cross paths with, I'm remind of these two descriptions of stress:
(a) a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation; and
(b) bodily or mental tension resulting from factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium.
Stress is expensive and dangerous. Here's a snippet of something I recently read:
On this Easter Sunday, regardless of your religious affiliation or non-affiliation, I'd like to throw a thought out into the Universe for you to catch if you like. I believe that most of humanity is hungry for Peace. We want to be Healthy and Happy, Heard and Productive, Loving and Loved. We want to be treated Fairly and we don't want to Suffer. We want to express ourselves Creatively and we want to feel in some way that our life matters.
My thought: From today through the rest of the year, or through as long as you like, spend at least 1 calm minute every day thinking about Health, Happiness, Dreams, Hope, Gratitude, and other thoughts that hold Redeeming and Renewing value.