SCROLLING through old pics this morning, I realised that six years ago I was walking with a stick. Not only that, but I was in almost constant pain and popping painkillers by the clock.
We’ve been in sunny Rhodes this week; part business, part pleasure. The one thing we’ve found, above all else, is how wonderfully friendly, cheerful and hospitable the people here are. I reckon us Brits could learn an awful lot from the Rhodians in terms of attitude.
One of my greatest teachers once said that when we truly know ourselves the words of others cannot hurt us. There’s a deep truth in that. So why, oh why, do so many of us allow other people’s words and actions to knock us off track?
Today I received the following message and it moved me to tears. I’m sharing it with the author’s permission. This is what it’s all about. It makes the difficult times all worthwhile.
Just heard my video has been used by Lincolnshire County Council. I’m just pleased it’s doing some good. http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/domestic-abuse Taz X
When I was young, I remember being bullied at school. At the time, it felt horrible. Now, I wonder what was happening for those other kids and how horrible THEY must have been feeling. What was going on with them to create those actions? I really hope they’re happy as grown ups.
I’m an “Inspirational speaker” – DIVA Magazine says so. 🙂 http://www.divamag.co.uk/category/lifestyle/a-video-about-depression-is-going-viral-and-saving-lives.aspx
The best way to change your life is to decide what you want from it.