“The sea is emotion incarnate. It loves, hates, and weeps. It defies all attempts to capture it with words and rejects all shackles. No matter what you say about it, there is always that which you can’t.”
“Emotions are like the sea upon which our ship sails, and we don’t try to control the sea, but instead we control our ship…
Our body is the ship that we are given when we were born, and we can learn more about our body and improve it so that it can sail through life more effectively.
Our mind is the captain of the ship, and we can either have an Ahab or Hook type of captain, or maybe one of the more heroic sea captains, but in any case, it’s up to us to either train or reform our minds to be better leaders and navigators…
Emotions are always flowing, and if it seems like we keep feeling certain emotions over and over, that’s only because we keep guiding our ship in that direction over and over. If we think angry, fearful, or sad thoughts all the time, the sea of emotions we sail through will feel that way…
We’re all sharing the sea of emotions, and we can sail through life however we want. Our work is to navigate our ship in the direction we want to go, exploring the waters, lands, and people that are interesting to us. We don’t need to get bogged down in emotions we don’t enjoy, or engage in naval warfare against someone else. Sometimes we’ll sail together, and sometimes we won’t, but the journey will always be interesting…”
From Getting Better, Man
Have a wonderful journey
( by Beckie Hammer )
( Photo by CarbonKid )
You told me I was beautiful,
It meant so much to me,
But when I looked into the mirror,
There was no beauty I could see.
I asked you why you said that,
I asked you why you lied,
Then you told me to look closer,
Because I’m beautiful inside.
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From “Dove Onslaught”