Facing Your Fears
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Pictures 2 and 3 were taken from forwarded emails.
What are Your Fears?
20 years ago, you wouldn't see me looking down from heights above the height of a basketball ring. It must be the fact that I fell down a guava tree and landed with a loud thud and a chorus of laughter from my playmates.
15 years ago, you wouldn't see me be in front of an audience - other than myself. The fear of rejection and failure have been stumbling blocks for me to succeed.
10 years ago, I had fears of uncertainty and losing one's job.
They are all False Evidence Appearing Real as Neal Donald Walsch, author of "Conversations with God", would say. And they are...
All of these fears are real and have been my fears for years. They are all gone today.
This morning was not our first time, or was it?
As far as I can remember, it was one of the first times that we were complete in a Skype conference and webcam call. It was so much fun to do it in the middle of a workday. Something I never did when I was working. I never turned on my webcam nor opened my Skype account then...I was the all-work no-play Junnie but now am different.
Ang sarap pala...
Things we missed while we were all slaving at work. :)
"A man can do nothing better than to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his work. This too, I see, is from the hand of God, for without him, who can eat or find enjoyment? To the man who pleases him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness, but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering and storing up wealth to hand it over to the one who pleases God. This too is meaningless, a chasing after the wind." (Ecc 2:24-26)
"My Government will bring forward proposals to help people achieve a better balance between work and family life," the Queen said.
This was the speech made by the Queen this morning.
As part of that pledge, ministers will now examine proposals to extend the right to request flexible working to the parents of older children, a plan that may bring Labour into conflict with business leaders.
New Yorkers answer the QOTW, "What's Your Greatest Fear?". George Bush has been mentioned several times, probably second to death. tsk tsk tsk