authenticity

The Cost of Service

Jul 6, 2016 | Posted by in authenticity, Intention, Service | 0

  This post was first published on October 20, 2012, on ConfessionsofaThinkaholic.       I haven’t written much on here in a little while. I did, however, write another post for Tiny Buddha and I will post that link as soon as it is up, probably in the next month or so. I’ve also been doing some work on my other blog, Our Eclectic Life. Anyway, I’ve just been up to the same old stuff. Busy, as always, and trying to figure out how to manage it all and still make time for some peace in my life. ThingsRead more …

Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right…No Matter How Righteous You Feel.

Jun 29, 2016 | Posted by in authenticity, Intention, Service | 0

This post was originally published January 22, 2012, on ConfessionsofaThinkaholic.com     The following is a post I read on Facebook not long ago. The original post or comment made by Rep. Allen West is the original post of an old acquaintance of mine. What follows are comments from several different people, including that same acquaintance. It is copy and pasted, word for word.  I did not change or omit anything that was said. I changed the names because I would not betray anyone’s trust or want to embarrass anyone. That is not what I intend to do with this. I justRead more …

To Be, Or Not To Be…Yourself

May 15, 2016 | Posted by in authenticity | 0

Sometimes, I feel afraid to be me; afraid to be open about and share what I believe in, what I care about, what I like and dislike. I’m afraid that being myself might turn people off so much that it will hurt my endeavors. Giving your opinion can sometimes alienate you when your beliefs differ so much from another’s. I believe myself to be a very versatile person and I have many opinions about many things. I often feel compelled to share these opinions on whatever platform is available at the time; not always the most popular move, I know. IRead more …