2 of Life’s Biggest Villains

Two of the biggest villains we’ll ever have in life are the Calendars and Clocks that constantly pull at us to notice them. The problem with that is that they force us to choose noticing them or noticing life!   It’s fine to make plans and to know the time of day but it’s not ok to be so obsessed about schedules that we forget to live the life going on around us. It’s not alright to fool ourselves into believing that we have any control over time. We don’t! As a matter of fact, time is the only commodity that we have no control over at all. We never know how much time we have left. We can’t get more time and we aren’t able to slow time down or speed it up.   What we can do is appreciate time. We can use each of the instants time presents to us. We can use the gifts that time has given to us as building blocks to build our life.   The only way to turn these villains into gifts is for us to appreciate time, to use it, be grateful for it, realize that procrastination is allowing the villain to win. Most importantly though, we must share the time we have left! Yes, share it with those we love and care about and those we meet along the way. Once we begin doing that, time reveals itself as one of the greatest gifts this existence will ever give us.   Peace Gregg

Ask For Abundance

Ask for abundance! Ask for abundance every single day, sometimes more than once a day!

Ask for abundance!

As soon as I say that, most people’s minds immediately think we’re talking about an abundance of money. That’s great. I’m all for it! As a matter of fact, I hope when you ask for, pray for abundance or ask the Universe for abundance, you get it. However, it goes much deeper than this.

Humanity – It’s not Us versus Them

On Sunday night, the day before Martin Luther King Day, I watched my friend Barbra Niven on a Facebook Live broadcast. She was doing several things. First, she was with her daughter, her daughter’s husband and her business partner as they debuted the band Orbit Monkey’s music video called “Be The Change.” Barbara and her group were not just taking a stand against hate and discrimination. They were offering a blueprint for combatting the negative energy we all come up against, whether we’re Democrats, Republicans, men, women or children.