Fireworks

It’s interesting how a single word has so many associations to every person, and that you can create a profound scene from your past, associating it to one word. Today, I will use the word: fireworks! Summertime, and I’m 5 years old, my family has lived in Israel for less than a year, and we […]

Memorable Beds

Memorable beds, how many are there? Recently, I received a prompt to write about the memorable beds of my life, and I got to thinking: beds don’t get a lot of attention in the physical and mental health worlds. There isn’t a lot of storytelling, and myths, things to make us think a little deeper […]

Rewriting assignment law 48

Robert Greene’s Law: “Assume Formlessness” “Instead of taking a form for your enemy to grasp, keep yourself adaptable and on the move… Everything changes”   In my own words: “Develop and sustain the ability and health of your senses”   We are born into this world and start to take in the information through our […]

Rewriting assignment law 47

Robert Greene’s law 47: “Do not go past the mark you aimed for; In victory, learn when to stop” “… by going too far you make more enemies than you defeat. … Set a goal, and when you reach it, stop”   In my own words Law 47: “When dealing with things delicate and sensitive, […]

Rewriting Assignment law number 46

Robert Greene’s Law # 46: “Never appear too perfect” “appearing better than others is always dangerous….Envy creates silent enemies.”   In my own words… Law 46: “Constant learning, making new mistakes” There’s a conundrum of a situation that I’ve been encountering over and over again in my adult life, and that is having relationships with […]

Rewriting Assignment Law 45

Robert Greene’s Law 45: “Preach the need for change, but never reform too much at once”   In my own words: “5 minutes a day”   AsĀ  this rewriting assignment is nearing its end, I’m happy to share the “5 minute” concept as part of it.   Dedicate 5 minutes each day to work on […]