Friday Inspiration, Vol. 36

“Dogs don’t need that much to be happy. They need food and love, right? That’s something I’ve always aspired to do is to take a page out of their book, and become more simple in the way I look at the world.”

This microburst over Phoenix looks amazingly like a giant mushroom cloud.

Do you need any convincing to read this article on why diner toast tastes good?

Here are a bunch of reasons why writing is good for you.

Here’s a link to the live bear cam at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park. Try to limit yourself to 10 to 15 minutes at a time.

The potential of daydreaming isn’t recognised by societies obsessed with productivity. But some of our greatest insights come when we stop trying to be purposeful and instead respect the creative potential of reverie.”

“that’s exactly what people do. They live for this moment. Consequently, when something sucks, or becomes hard, most people quit. Most people indulge themselves in momentary satisfaction at the expense of a better future.”
—Benjamin P. Hardy, If It Doesn’t Suck, It’s Not Worth Doing


One reply on “Friday Inspiration, Vol. 36

  • Dana

    “Building deep and committed relationships is nearly impossible. Most marriages end in divorce…
    Developing deep spiritual maturity requires giving-up who you want to be for who you really are…
    True happiness?—?joy?—?is fundamentally different than momentary pleasure. Not to say momentary pleasure is inherently bad. However, it often gets in the way of something more real and lasting.”

    Wow! Truth Benjamin P. Hardy, Husband, foster parent of 3 children, & pursuing Ph.D. in I/O Psychology! Can you hog-tie my boyfriend that dumped me via text because “something real & potentially lasting” became hard & preach?!

    thank you Friday Inspiration <3

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