Here and now, I respectfully share these quotes about respect.
Do you see respect in my other images for today?
Here’s Aretha Franklin’s “Respect.”
Thanks to all those I respect, including YOU.
I notice that “harmony” is a common theme in my images for today.
In harmony, several people on Twitter said they could listen to “Nessun Dorma” over and over again.
I look forward to the harmony in the comments section, below.
Thanks to all who bring some measure of harmony into this often dissonant world, including YOU!
“What are people thinking?” is something I often ask in my Coping and Healing groups.
“What are people thinking?” is also something I am increasingly asking myself as I look at the news these days.
What are people thinking on Twitter recently?
What are people thinking about the photos I took yesterday?
When I search YouTube for “What are people thinking?” many of the videos focus on what rich people are thinking, which, to my way of thinking, explains a lot. Personally, I don’t care what rich people are thinking. I think people think about rich people way too much.
Here is “The Dangers of Thinking Too Much; And Thinking Too Little” (and what were people thinking punctuating that title like that?)
Here is what one person is thinking about that video:
I think that sometimes I may think too much about thinking too much.. I think.
What are people thinking about “Think” by Aretha Franklin?
What are people thinking about gratitude, here and now ?
I wonder if my readers know what kinda girl I am.
I’m a chocolate-loving kinda girl.
I’m the kind of girl who likes passion, dance, excitement, fun, and surprises.
I’m the kind of girl who appreciates warmest wishes.
I’m the kind of girl who writes helpful phrases on her white board at work.
I’m the kind of girl who has the Daily Bitch Calendar.
I try to be a kind kinda girl.
It’s kind of a drag that girls don’t get more respect, even in 2020.
What kind of a comment are you going to leave about this kind of post?
I’m more of an expressing-appreciation kinda girl, every day.
How do you make others feel? How do others make you feel?
How does this sign make you feel?
Actually, I feel like we (humans and, perhaps, pizzas) are all responsible for our own feelings. In other words, nobody can really “make” someone else feel anything. (Although we can make pizza.) Our feelings are our own — we can’t blame others for how we feel. However, people affect each other’s feelings, in many ways.
So, if you feel
Who might be affecting me? What am I feeling? Why? Do I wear those feelings well or are those feelings wearing me out? What can I do about this?
at the Apple Genius Bar
affected my feelings and my son’s feelings very positively. While Tim didn’t make me feel like a genius, he was a genius at his job. Naturally, I made my positive feelings known to Tim and to Tim’s manager.
Speaking of naturally, here‘s Aretha Franklin telling everybody how she feels in 2015:
Feel free to express any feelings you have in a comment, below.
As always, I feel very grateful to all who helped me create this post and — of course! — to YOU.
Last night, in the magical place of group therapy, people shared thoughts and feelings about magical places.
As you can see, my magical places included Monument Valley, the ocean, The Land of Lost Treasures, and the human heart.
What are your magical places?
Here are more magical places I visited yesterday:
Music brings me to a magical place (here in the magical place of YouTube).
Somewhere, there’s a place for your magical comments, below.
As always, I’m in a magical place of gratitude when I finish a post. Thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and to you — of course! — for making my blog a magical place by being here, now.