Archive for June, 2011

[Guest Post]Would You rather be a Butterfly or a Caterpillar?

Sunday, June 19th, 2011


Why would I even ask that question? Well, let’s think about the differences between the two for a minute. A caterpillar crawls from leaf to leaf, eating, sleeping, and crawling. He does the same thing, day in and day out, not realizing that anything else is possible. A butterfly, on the other hand, goes where it wants to go, and drinks nectar from the choicest flowers. Some butterflies travel thousands of miles to spend the winter in a warm, sunny climate.

Clearly, the difference between the two is extraordinary. (more…)

[Guest Post]Life is a Creation: Are you Sculpting a Masterpiece?

Monday, June 13th, 2011

Guest post by Joe Wilner from

What if life was an open canvas where you were free to create a stunning vision and express yourself fully?

One of the most empowering ways to view life is as a creation that we are free to mold and shape as we desire.

We all have behaviors, circumstances, and past experiences we want to surmount and would change if we could. However, we don’t have to be restricted by past mistakes or the baggage we have carried in our life.

For some reason we get scared and hesitant about changing our lifestyle, or we believe we don’t deserve or couldn’t handle a more significant life. We have the capability to develop a life that makes an impression and that we’re proud of.

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Through the Eyes of a Child

Monday, June 6th, 2011

It might be impossible (and even undesirable) to avoid the responsibilities of life, but how we choose to view the world that we live in can mean the difference between a life filled with happiness, optimism and enthusiasm and one that is laden with misery and depression.  When things begin to feel a bit lackluster (more…)