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FEELINGS: "Worrying is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do but it doesn't get you anywhere."

Movie quote from: Van Wilder (2002) - Van Wilder (Ryan Reynolds)

Rocking Chair
Worry is fantasy done poorly.  It serves no value to anticipate things that may never happen.  Yet worry remains one of the biggest energy-suckers today.  Lucky for me, I learned a perspective that always helps to tuck all present-day worries away.

"Blast this Christmas music. It's joyful and triumphant."

Reel Life Wisdom Quote from: How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) - The Grinch (Jim Carrey)

XmasMoney Magazine just announced the cost of buying all the gifts named in that 12 Days of Christmas song. If you're planning to buy your true love a partridge in a pear tree and all those other things, it'll cost you $18,920.59. That does not include separate rooms for the eight maids-a-milking and the ten lords-a-leaping.


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In Memory of Robert Altman: "We want great films with long shelf lives."

Reel Life Wisdom Quote from: The Player (1992) - Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins)

altmanRobert Altman died today at the age of 81. He was a risk-taker in film whose willingness to assemble great actors and let them improvise has resulted in some great films (M.A.S.H., McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Gosford Park) and some very good ones (Nashville, The Player, A Prairie Home Companion).

HUMANITY:"The time to make up your mind about people is never."

Reel Life Wisdom Quote from: The Philadelphia Story (1940) - Tracy Lord (Katherine Hepburn)

acceptancePeople are dynamic beings. We change and adapt over time. For some, this change is unfortunate.  Personality and spirit can decay during a streak of disquieting events and/or negative influences. For others, the change over time is great. Years of positive people and free-spiritedness can puts a real snap back into a person's step.  Whatever another person experiences, we must accept that they will change over time. 

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