Thought I would add a link to my newest post on andrewbrunelle.com so that you all could get a look at it. It’s just kind of like a journal entry of me and how working through my fears helps me get into a state of love, joy, happiness, and a feeling of oneness. Here is the link: Post 173: Remove Fear, Insert Love/Joy
New post entitled Whatever….
Yeah, check it out. I really enjoyed writing it, so if that whole thing about passion in writing rings true, you should love reading it, unless, of course, you can’t read. In that case, you can’t read this either, so you have no idea what I am talking about anyway. Enjoy.
Another one of my off-key rants about a bunch of things that have been jarring my mind lately. Something of a rant, something of a lucid experience, I really can’t say for sure….but here it is, uncensored: Blog Post 170 Take a visit to my very own private beach.
Here is a post I wrote about how I don’t like people who complain and how it doesn’t really solve anything, and give a solution to those who have it rough, and need to put things in perspective or something like that. Please, Stop Complaining…
Next, I plan on blogging about having a sense of humor in all situations, even in the radiation room, as I experienced numerous times while going through cancer treatment. Stay tuned!
Hey, everyone, I have written another post on my new website entitled Attitude, Gratitude, and Perspective, which deals with myself and my philosophy about overcoming supposedly negative circumstances by focusing on more positive aspects of the situation. A way of putting a good day in perspective, and realizing that good times and bad times are only temporary. I really enjoyed writing it, and I wish for you to enjoy reading it. Thank you.
Here is yet another link to my new website and my new post, entitled Hard Work, available at AndrewBrunelle.com.
Note: I really enjoyed writing this post, which examines how hard work doesn’t always have to be painful and that if you align hard work with your puprose, or provide some sort of extrinsic motivations, or external reward, you can equate hard work with fun and pleasure. Enjoy.