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Lessons to Relive – Changing Your Spots

July 18th, 2012

Life is a roller coaster. This we all recognize. We must struggle through the lows to reach moments of true elation and happiness. And while on this unbalanced ride we face crises that mold our maturing minds and provide clarity on the pitfalls of life. But sometimes our personal evolution happens so quickly and completely that it becomes hard to pinpoint the moment that inspired the change…
Because sometimes the greatest lessons are transitory, being found in the most unexpected of places…
Sex Symbol, Superstar, Student
Hollywood is an eclectic sort of place where people from all walks of life can mingle [...] Continue Reading…

Red, White and Bright Lights

July 5th, 2012

Remembering the Free
It’s been over a decade since the tragic events of 9/11 unfolded before our nation and the world’s eyes in a plume of smoke, ash, fuel, fire and death. Billowing forth from the rubble and destruction was a wave of searing pain and agonizing anger that snapped our peaceful and naive existence back to the demons of reality. Within a single moment we were reminded that security is arbitrary, and the ideals of freedom can be broken with one violent act. Once again our freedoms, liberties, and lives were at risk, and the brave souls of men [...] Continue Reading…

Bright Uplifting Days

June 27th, 2012

We all know that too much sun is a bad thing. Overexposure to harmful radiation can cause skin cancer and lead to faster aging. After all, overexposure to anything is never a good idea. Even a favorite song can become the bane of one’s existence if listened to often enough. The key is everything in moderation… right? But in all honesty, how can anyone stay out of the sun and all that it provides?
The sun is the giver of all life. Without the sun, plants couldn’t grow, animals couldn’t eat and we’d all starve. No wonder ancient civilizations looked [...] Continue Reading…

No Regrets. Only Love.

June 19th, 2012

When one grows up surrounded by a loving, caring family they learn to live life with the same respectable qualities, being encouraged by the intricate and unique ties between family members. They will never feel alone, and can always find strength in the universal love shining upon them from endearing parents, sisters, brothers and relatives. Their family is their foundation; their ship navigating them through the choppy, unpredictable, overwhelming, and at times dangerous waters of life. Every member plays a significant role (even the second cousin, twice removed married to a character straight from the twilight zone), but parents [...] Continue Reading…

Don’t Be A Closed Book

May 31st, 2012

What Weighs On Your Conscious, Weighs Down Your Spirit
Guilt is a heavy burden. It draws us into a cocoon of negativity and anxiety, and we find ourselves locked in a deep, black hole of despair. For you see, guilt rests solely on the wrong-doer; there is no escape from its menacing and chainlike grip. You cannot pass guilt along to some unsuspecting person, nor can you leave it behind like some unwanted emotional baggage. The essence of guilt lies deep within our being, because it grew from our essence, our actions, and our emotions… Guilt is a direct link [...] Continue Reading…

Change Is A Good Thing: Part 2

May 22nd, 2012

Time and change are constant; this we know… But sometimes, change is so profound that we find ourselves in a whole new world where time is no longer a familiar constant, but a clock we must fight against. Our entire lives transition from known and reassuring daily variables, to foreign entities that ensnare us in daily struggles for composure. We experience an upheaval of all that we know and all that we are comfortable with, and must forge a new path into a world we can’t fully comprehend. But despite the alarming and unnerving prospects of a whole new [...] Continue Reading…

Change Is A Good Thing

May 15th, 2012

Change is scary. It’s inevitable, unstoppable, and unpredictable. The framework of life is built around change; it’s that important. Without change we can never move forward, or improve, or evolve into higher and more enlightened beings. So why are we, the human race, so frightened of change?
Why are we so hesitant to alter our routines? Even for a new path jam-packed with positivity and fortune? A new job, for example, one with better pay and flexible hours, somehow turns our stomachs into mush; and when we walk in on our first day our palms are sweaty and our hearts [...] Continue Reading…

Lessons to Relive Part 1

May 7th, 2012

Remember Your Journey
Lessons From Beyond has been such an amazing gift… there are no words to fully describe the satisfaction, wonder, and state of elation I feel. I have been inspired by the pain and strength of strangers, humbled by the tough choices forced upon friends and family, and amazed by my own personal growth and enlightenment. Each story of the book has been etched into my being where they lie in wait for the perfect opportunity to show face and reiterate the true meanings of life. After all, we all need a pick-me-up from time to time; a [...] Continue Reading…

Wipe the Slate Clean

April 28th, 2012

Rainy days are not something most southern Californians embrace… Everything is wet and slick, so we tend to slip and fall and our normal activities are hindered by the blurring atmosphere and the crowded streets. Being stuck behind an endless line of red brake lights become entire afternoon affairs, and by the time we reach our destinations we are too on edge and irritated to accomplish anything. We curse Mother Nature and shake our fists at the sky, demanding for the sun to appear to break apart the heavy clouds and the dismal, grey world.  But our protests go [...] Continue Reading…

Sharing Is Caring

April 20th, 2012

The great Albert Einstein once said, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”

To linger is akin to kicking a dead horse. What’s done is done, and dwelling on certain events is like stepping into quicksand, sinking one further and further away from the joys of life…

Our lives can change instantaneously. A single moment will alter our universe, forcing us to make tough choices and battle through a slew of overwhelming and highly intense emotions. And although we might not be prepared for such events, or believe we lack the inner strength to [...] Continue Reading…