Contents compiled: August 3 2016 | Originally published: August 6 2016 | Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises
There is power in positive thinking.
There is power in knowing when to speak and knowing when to be silent.
There is power in choosing our words wisely.
There is power in using our words for good and not evil.
Say hello to Shonessa one of our loyal followers and a recent participant in my last quiz. Shonessa, thanks so much for playing along, your feedback was well received!
Guys, in her post below, Shonessa delves into a well known topic of the power of positive thoughts. Words can heal and they can hurt. The question is how do you choose to use them? Hop on over to her blog, read her story and be sure to show some love. Enjoy! 🌷
November 10 2016 (Showcase Reblog)
“Handle them carefully, for words have more power than atom bombs” -Pearl Strachan
When life gets uncontrollable and nothing is in your hands, words can make everything feasible. We actually don’t need something very philosophical to comfort us. A simple “Everything will be fine” or “Don’t worry, I’ll be there for you” is even enough to overcome any worst situation. When a person suffers from a life-threatening illness and doctors can do absolutely nothing, words may enhance the person’s willpower. Giving what we call as positive talk can definitely boost up the person’s endurance, positivity and most important strength. We have numerous live examples who fought the most fatal condition, Cancer. Out of them is one of the greatest Indian cricketer, Mr. Yuvraj Singh. Actually, my life is surrounded with many people who conquered their illnesses and continuing, solely because of words. My father fought stomach ulcer with the help…
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Love this song.
It’s sweet and mellow.
George Ezra’s voice sounds like it belongs on a much older man. I’m always mesmerized by that little anomaly. Life is so full of surprises!
Image source: Google images
Contents compiled: October 15 2016
Originally published: October 16 2016
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They know just where to go.
Slow yet steady,
Healing, soothing, commanding,
Telling me it’s okay to “let go”.
There is pressure —
Deliberate and concentrated.
They’ve found the knot —
One of many —
A source of my discomfort.
They move in circular motions now
Then stop… MORE PRESSURE!
I hold my breath
For a few seconds
Not wanting to be
You ask if I’m okay.
I nod, “yes”.
I dare not speak
At least not yet.
They move to the
Damaged muscle now.
A few quick strokes to loosen
Then one long, slow stroke —
Concentrated, deep, pressure.
There is a shift.
I feel the tension release.
My muscles relax.
I exhale, finally.
You can tell I’m okay now,
There is no need to ask
But my time is up.
Your hands are amazing!
Although, I think you already know…
Contents written: November 6 2015 | Originally published: November 15 2015 | Copyright 2015 – 2016 Moylom Enterprises
It’s Friday guys
The weekend is here,
Step away from the office
And let out a cheer!
Stock up on goodies
Whatever you choose,
Pull out the games
Refresh the rules.
Or perhaps Yahtzee?
Spin the bottle,
Or games in dark closets
Or Chutes and ladders?
SPIN the wheel, Win a trip ,
Is that wheel of fortune?
Or The Price is Right?
Beer pong or ping-pong?
Sober or drunk?
Do you play by the rules
Or spoil all the fun?
Do your friends regret
They invited you over?
Or are you the life of the party —
Whatever your choosing
Just remember, have fun.
Be a good sport,
It’s the weekend, game on!!!
Contents written: April 14 2016 | Originally published: April 14 2016 | Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises
My eye has been twitching annoyingly for the past few days. This happens occasionally to all of us, I assume, so I’m not too concerned since it will go away eventually. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that it’s a bit of a bother!
Years ago, while out on assignment, I mentioned this to a client as I was working which went something like this:
My eye has been twitching for days. It’s so annoying. I wonder what it means?
Why are you telling me this?
No particular reason, just conversation…
What a pleasant breath of fresh air he was! His parents must be really proud!!! Thank goodness I had mentioned my twitch, for he might have asked,
Why are you winking at me?
How horrifying would that have been? Needless to say, Mr Charming wasn’t a client for very long, since his wonderful personality continued to blossom in ways I could no longer tolerate. On all accounts I was allergic and had to get away.
I make it a point to surround myself with positive energy so the minute I wake up and not want to go to work because of someone else’s presence ruining my vibe I know it’s time for me to move on. So, now that my eye is twitching again like crazy, I wonder what that means? Hmm… ☺
Funny how little events can trigger memories from decades ago. The mind certainly is an amazing tool! And all you Seinfeld fans out there, do you remember the famous episode dedicated to the ‘eye-twitch’? Here’s a little bit:
But seriously, had Google been around 15 years ago, in all its omniscience and omnipresence as it is today, I would have simply inquired there instead of out loud to myself and Mr Wonderful. But I know better now, and at first glance, here’s what Google had to say:
Immediately, STRESS and FATIGUE caught my attention as those are two very huge problems for me right now. Upon further investigation at http://www.allaboutvision.com I discovered the following:
Caffeine and Nutritional imbalances too? Hmm, my caffeine intake has been consistent, 3 cups a day is my normal routine. Without it there’s no way I can pull off the intense schedule I have to keep every day (up at 4:30am in bed by midnight).
As for my nutrition, I recently logged my meals via the Samsung S Health app just to see if my diet was sufficient since I’ve added gym workouts to my schedule. After a week the summary revealed simple carbs, fat and sugar needed to be reduced while more protein, complex carbs and water needed to be added. I’m also taking a multivitamin and herbal supplements, athough, I’m not sure if my magnesium intake is sufficient as the article further explained, I’ll have to check.
Furthermore, I rarely drink alcohol, my eyes, thankfully, don’t feel strained, dry or affected by allergies, so it seems all roads point back to TIREDNESS and STRESS. Thanks Google!
Perhaps I should go open that bottle of wine I got for Christmas, put on some soothing music, light some candles, soak in the tub and have me a nice, relaxing day. I was saving it for a special occasion, but hey, why wait?
[Sound of record screeching to a full stop…]
Unfortunately, I’m trekking to work as I write this piece and alas, duty calls… An 8hr shift awaits! Thank goodness it’s Friday. Anyone wanna babysit this weekend? 😀
Contents written: January 21 2016 | ©2016 Moylom Enterprises
Cherish the people and things that bring positive energy into your world as they matter most.
Trim the insignificant for in the end those things only weigh us down and get in the way of us achieving our dreams.
Wishing you and your loved ones Happy Holidays and many blessings for the New Year!
Contents written: December 23 2015 | Copyright 2015 Moylom Enterprises