An unproductive premise I know of a woman who wanted to take up gymnastics at the age of 26, but the instructor she consulted told her she was too old. She gave up because the instructor convinced her it would be a waste of time since the typical professional gymnast begins training in… Continue reading The productivity of play
There’s no age limit on bliss You may be too old to audition for American Idol, but you’re not too old to sing. You may be too old to old to become a 16-year old olympic figure skater, but you’re not to old to love figure skating. You may be too old to become a… Continue reading You’re not too old
What are you waiting on? Farmers who wait for perfect weather never plant. If they watch every cloud, they never harvest. Ecclesiastes 11:4 Are there any unfulfilled desires for creative self-expression in your life? Is there any adventurous activity you’ve always wanted to try, but have continually failed to get started? There can be… Continue reading Don’t hesitate. Initiate!
In my last post, I began a discussion on anger. If you’d like to check it out, click here. This posts is a continuation of that theme. I hope you enjoy. Cheers 🙂 -T.K. Coleman What motivates our responses to anger? People who get themselves into trouble, by doing things they later regret because… Continue reading When “keeping it real” goes wrong! Pt. 2
There are moments in life when people successfully get under our skin and “make” us feel angry. I put the word “make” in quotes because in actuality, no one can make us angry without our consent. We are the ones who choose to take others seriously. We are the ones who decide to assign meaning… Continue reading When “keeping it real” goes wrong!