Thought of the Day


Thought of the Day:
Your smile is the most valuable gift to the world, but the value of your smile is magnified by the obstacles in your life you’ve overcome to be able to smile.
Smile today and don’t take others smile for granted for you may never know what they’ve overcame to muster a smile to you.:


An Excerpt from Unchained Mind

Our thoughts are the seeds of life, and the thoughts we plant bear the fruits we sow.


Thoughts of fear bear fruits of fear. Thoughts of hatred bear fruits of hatred. Thoughts of love bear fruits of love. When we plant seeds of love where seeds of fear and hatred exist, we are potentially growing a beacon of hope for love to exist, even in the most barren of soils.


If we treat our thoughts the way we treat food, we digest what’s good and reject what’s bad. We take in enough to satisfy us and dispose of waste. When we eat a fruit, seldom do we eat the entire fruit. We eat the pulp and may discard the skin and the seed. Similarly, when we absorb our thoughts, we can differentiate among the pulp, the seed, and the skin. We can discard the thoughts that bring negativity to us and embrace thoughts that bring happiness, joy, peace, and tranquility.


If we embrace thoughts that say we’re unworthy, not good enough, or have no future, we may be consuming the skin and the seeds of doubt that should be discarded and not absorbed.


There is a Buddhist quote that says, “We are what we think. All that we are arises from our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world.” We can refocus on the thoughts that uplift us and ignore the ones that bring us down. Let’s spread seeds of love in everything we do today.

From the author of Dear God, An Impatient Conversation with a Patient God and the new book Unchained Mind: Powerful Life Changing Thoughts on Peace, Love, and Success.

My New Book Unchained Mind

To my family and friends, my new book is out and available to everyone. You can click on the ink below to purchase.
I want to thank you all for your love and support in this project.
Some of your names are written in the thank you section of the book.
My goal in this book was to explore solutions to achieve peace, love, and success.

Conversations From the Author

Author’s Corner:
1. In a way, we’re all writing our own stories. Every day, every moment gives a chance to add a new dimension to our story. The bigger the chances we take, the greater will be the content of our story.
2. I recently enrolled into a Masters Program for Psychology. I always wanted to do this, but had put it off because many have tried to discourage me for good reasons. But I followed my mind. I followed the message that repeats in my mind telling me that I must do this.
3. In a way that’s what I spend most of my time doing. I study the workings of my mind. I study what brings me peace, joy, love, and success. I share many of my findings.
4. Writing comes easy for me. But there is a secret to my writing. I write best in the mornings. I write best when I’m in the shower. Between wiping water off my face and and trying to get a clear view through my misty glasses, I write my thoughts.
5. I try to write only when I’m inspired. When I’m inspired the words come out a certain way. It is like an art. I know the difference between my inspirational writing and forced writing.
6. My lifelong goal is to achieve a Doctorate in Psychology and to help as many people as possible to live their best lives free from emotional turmoils.

The Massage From Hell

The Massage From HellThinking about my last massage. I don’t know. I can’t get it off my mind. I found my therapist very knowledgeble, but a bit extreme. 

My therapist somehow decided that massaging my armpits was a neccessity. I don’t normally speak during a massage, but some where between my annoying laughter and need for her to stop, I spoke up. I said in my most polite voice, “Can you not do that?”

“What?” She asked.

“Can you not massaged my armpits?” It tickles. Really I wanted to say it is disgusting. I mean who does that?

I waited for her response. I expected an apology.

She responded that she can’t stop and I will just have to deal with it.

So I dealt with it.

But the next phase of the massage was even worst. She proceeded to massage my juggular vein in my neck.

I said, “What are you doing?”

She said that it was necessary.

I don’t get it. First my armpits. Now my jugular vein? What next can I expect? Chemotherapy? I mean who does that?

Breathe : Follow the Harmonies of Life

Breathe deeply.

Follow the harmonies of life with deep embracing breath.

Let each breath sail on the beauty of the moment.

Let each uninterrupted breath fill your lungs with joy.


Dance with the waves of oxygen as they3d-nature-wallpapers-11 flow through the nostrils.

Spread your arms wide like the wings of a dove and breathe.

Embrace each beauty life brings with a breath of thankfulness.


The Only Commodity Worth Living For

Guard your breath and make each one a lasting enjoyable memory for it is the only commodity in life worth living for.

Life can be bumpy at times. Life can be full of uncertainties at times. Life can be testing at times. Sometimes life feels like we’re out of season and lacking productivity. Sometimes life feels like we’re going nowhere. Sometimes life feels like a rocky wave. Sometimes the turbulence are too numerous and random to cope with. Life will throw many battles for those of us who embrace battles. Life will throw many moments of peace for those of us who embrace peace. What ever life throws you guard your breath. Let nothing ruffles the natural flow of your breath. Breathe deeply, fluently and lovingly and thank God for life in its entirety. Your season of blossom is on the way. Have faith.

One Minute Meditation and Devotion

What if you gave yourself the opportunity to reset your mind and your thoughts for one minute before you commence your day? I am putting together one-minute videos that ill help you do just that. Look for the one-minute meditation videos coming soon.