Tuesday, July 31, 2018

What I've learned since moving to D.C. (some of which should be obvious):


6751.  Passion in a man is (exhibited by) an erection (of the penis).  Passion in a woman is (exhibited by) engorgement (of the clitoris);
6752.  When you feel love, you feel warm (from blood flow) and expansion in the chest;
6753.  Lighter feelings are rewarded by society;
6754.  Darker feelings are frowned upon (by society);
6755.  Our reality is our thoughts, feelings, (physical) body and behaviors;
6756.  Intimacy is sharing your reality by using boundaries;
6757.  A person with no boundaries will be offensive in his/her expression of himself/herself and be too vulnerable when receiving the reality of another individual;
6758.  A person will use walls to keep from being real and authentic (in order) to avoid being relational and to prevent the exchange of reality;
6759.  A relationship is a desire to be known by another and to know that person and to share in the things you are going through.  A relationship is not meant to be a caretaker of another;
6760.  Couples can use children and/or pets as wall;
6761.  Everyone’s thoughts are real and none of them are right or wrong;
6762.  Your thoughts and feelings are your “gold” and your reality;
6763.  What’s a(nother) sign of a nice hotel?  The answer is: Complimentary umbrellas in every room;
6764.  You can see the Capital Wheel (at National Harbor) from (Ronald) Reagan (Washington) National Airport;
6765.  I can say I’ve been to a MLB All-Star game;
6766.  Aaron Judge (of the New York Yankees) is huge. . . . He (just) towers over other (baseball) players;
6767.  José Altuve (of the Houston Astros) is tiny. . . . He’s about chest height compared to most (baseball) players;
6768.  I’ve watched a baseball game (specifically the 2018 MLB All-Star game) with one of the most influential, Latin performers in the U.S. (i.e., Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez’s girlfriend);
6769.  I’ve watched a baseball game (specifically the 2018 MLB All-Star game) with a supermodel (i.e., Kate Upton, Justin Verlander’s wife);
6770.  Money moves people and policies move money;
6771.  Apparently, my testicles aren’t as tight as they used to be;
6772.  Getting your testicles massaged/sucked can be amazing;
6773.  If it’s easy to do, it’s easy not to do;
6774.  In life, you only get two things; that which you love and that which you fear;
6775.  My parents weren’t the problem growing up; it was getting picked on and getting bullied (by other kids) at school;

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

What I've learned since moving to D.C. (some of which should be obvious):


6701.  I can say I’ve watched fireworks from a boat;
6702.  Elizabeth (drunkenly) said she loves me;
6703.  Elizabeth doesn’t like tomatoes on burgers and sandwiches;
6704.  Elizabeth doesn’t like watermelon;
6705.  Avocado and a little bacon is pretty good in a lobster roll;
6706.  A good place to watch the (4th of July) fireworks along the Potomac (River) is the footpath on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge;
6707.  Fideuà amb allioli (i.e., vermicelli noodles with shrimp, squid, mussels & garlic sauce) is similar to paella;
6708.  I am loveable;
6709.  For people to begin to thrive in life, they usually need positive moments to outweigh negative ones by at least a three-to-one ratio;
6710.  Trusting your intuition is all about trusting yourself and the more trust you place in yourself, the more success you will have;
6711.  When you act on the information you receive from your inner source of wisdom (i.e., intuition), you open the channel between your subconscious and conscious mind even wider and will receive more intuitive messages that are stronger and easier for you to hear and act on;
6712.  Neuroscience research indicates that intuitive insights not captured within 37 seconds will likely never be recalled again;
6713.  If you think that you’re separate from your purpose and that you’re drifting without direction through your life then that’s precisely what you’ll attract;
6714.  When you’re awake enough to question your purpose and ask how to connect to it, you’re being prodded by the power of intention.  The very act of questioning why you’re here is an indication that your thoughts are nudging you to reconnect to the field of intention.  In a sense, thoughts about your purpose are really your purpose trying to reconnect to you;
6715.  Your inner being knows why you’re here, but your ego prods you to chase after money, prestige, popularity and sensory pleasures and miss the purpose of living.  You may feel sated and gain a reputation, but inside there’s that gnawing question, “Is that all there is?”  Focusing on the demands of the ego leaves you feeling unfulfilled.  Deep within you, at the level of your being, is what you were intended to become, to accomplish and to be.  In that inner placeless place, you’re connected to the power of intention.  It will find you.  Make a conscious effort to contact it and listen.  Practice being what you are at the source of your soul;
6716.  Don’t take people for granted.  No matter how much they love you, people get tired eventually;
6717.  Fall in love with taking care of yourself.  Fall in love with becoming the best version of yourself, but with patience with compassion and respect to your own journey;
6718.  The things you say about others also say a lot about you;
6719.  I can say I’ve gotten a handjob while watching a Ferris wheel (specifically the Capital Wheel at National Harbor);
6720.  Elizabeth is an INFJ;
6721.  What’s a sign of a nice hotel?  The answer is: Complimentary sunscreen at the pool;
6722.  The Fairmont Austin (Fairmont.com/Austin) may have the nicest hotel pool(, that is,) if you don’t include the ones in (Las) Vegas (casinos);
6723.  (Central) Texas barbeque is good, but (really) salty;
6724.  Split a beef rib at Terry Black’s Barbeque (TerryBlacksBBQ.com) (in Austin, Texas). . . . It’s (good, but) humongous;
6725.  What’s a(nother) sign of a nice hotel?  The answer is: A Nespresso machine and an electric kettle (with cups and glassware) hidden in a dresser on a pullout drawer;
6726.  Leftover beef rib would probably be (really) good in a breakfast hash or omelet;
6727.  Feelings come from your thoughts;
6728.  There are 4 core issues: 1.  Worth; 2.  Safety; 3.  Perfection; and 4.  Needs;
6729.  80% of your self-worth needs to come from inside, while 20% can come from outside (i.e., people are social beings);
6730.  Stoicism is meant for wartime (and) not everyday life;
6731.  There are no negative emotions just lighter and darker ones;
6732.  The full expression of an emotion tends to be on 20 minute intervals;
6733.  Acknowledge your fear and use it;
6734.  Live without fear of fear;
6735.  You’re not supposed to be happy all of the time and vice versa;
6736.  Joy is fleeting and quick;
6737.  If you feel the full spectrum of emotions, you’ll feel content;
6738.  What’s (yet) a(nother) sign of a nice hotel?  The answer is: When the cleaning staff neatly arranges your toothbrush, razor and other toiletries on the bathroom counter;
6739.  Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que (CoopersBBQAustin.com) (in Austin, Texas,) is good (too);
6740.  No one makes you feel anything at all.  They come from your thoughts.  You are responsible for them;
6741.  There are 8 core feelings: 1.  Anger; 2.  Fear; 3.  Pain; 4.  Shame; 5.  Guilt; 6.  Joy; 7.  Passion; and 8.  Love;
6742.  Feelings usually come in groups of three;
6743.  Anytime you’re angry underneath there’s fear;
6744.  Anger feels sharp and spiky all over the body;
6745.  Fear has a tingling (feeling) on top of the stomach;
6746.  When you feel pain, your heart hurts;
6747.  When you feel shame, you blush/turn red and (you) may feel flushing/heat;
6748.  Whatever you feel guilty about shows your values;
6749.  Guilt feels like a gnawing in your gut (like it’s eating you up inside);
6750.  Joy feels round and buoyant in the body;

Monday, July 2, 2018

What I've learned since moving to D.C. (some of which should be obvious):

6651.  (I don’t like cauliflower, but) the buffalo cauliflower (with spicy tahini) at Yard House (YardHouse.com) is (pretty) tasty . . . probably because it doesn’t taste like cauliflower;
6652.  The poke nachos (i.e., marinated raw ahi tuna, avocado, cilantro, serrano peppers, green onions, nori, sesame seeds, sweet soy sauce, sriracha aioli & white truffle sauce over crispy wontons) (at Yard House) are good too;
6653.  When nobody else celebrates you, learn to celebrate yourself.  When nobody else compliments you, then compliment yourself.  It’s not up to other people to keep you encouraged.  It’s up to you.  Encouragement should come from the inside;
6654.  I can say I’ve been to a championship parade/rally (specifically for the Washington Capitals winning the Stanley Cup);
6655.  If you don’t want to look like a lobster after going to a championship parade/rally, wear sunblock;
6656.  What is now proved was once only imagined.  Allow yourself to contemplate this.  As this one line of great wisdom sinks into your consciousness, your imagination will then begin to take over;
6657.  Everything that you can experience with your senses was once in someone’s imagination;
6658.  If one advances confidently in the direction of her/his dreams and endeavors to live the life which s/he has imagined, s/he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours;
6659.  Your imagination is yours and yours alone.  You have the inborn capacity to use it in any way that you choose.  No one else is responsible for your imagination.  Anything placed in your imagination and held there ultimately becomes your reality;
6660.  Begin noticing and being careful about keeping your imagination free of thoughts that you do not wish to materialize.  Instead, initiate a practice of filling your creative thoughts to overflow with ideas and wishes that you fully intend to manifest.  Honor your imaginings regardless of others seeing them as crazy or impossible;
6661.  From (all of) the players selected in the 2004 NHL Draft, Alexander Ovechkin has played the most (regular season) games (i.e., 1,003), scored the most points (i.e., 1,122) and scored the most goals (i.e., 607);
6662.  From (all of) the defensemen selected in the 2004 NHL Draft, Mike Green has played the most (regular season) games (i.e., 787), scored the most points (i.e., 464) and scored the most goals (i.e., 142);
6663.  From (all of) the players selected in the 2006 NHL Draft, Nicklas Backstrom has scored the most points (i.e., 799) and registered the most assists (i.e., 590);
6664.  From (all of) the defensemen selected in the 2007 NHL Draft, Karl Alzner has played the most (regular season) games (i.e., 673);
6665.  From (all of) the goalies selected in the 2008 NHL Draft, Braden Holtby has played the most (regular season) games (i.e., 361) and won the most games (i.e., 225);
6666.  The (Las) Vegas pool parties really gouge you on drinks and sunscreen (i.e., $33.00/bottle) (specifically Encore Beach Club);
6667.  I can say I’ve ridden in (the backseat of) a Porsche (911 Carrera S);
6668.  (It seems like) the backseat of a Porsche 911 Carrera S was designed/made for a 12 year-old. . . . It is not comfortable;
6669.  It’s weird having the skin under your eyebrows peel (because of a sunburn);
6670.  It’s not a (Las) Vegas wedding until there’s been fire dancers;
6671.  It’s (also) weird having the skin by your ear canal peel (because of a sunburn);
6672.  Imagine yourself to be the ideal you dream of and desire.  Remain attentive to this imagined state and as fast as you completely feel that you are already this ideal it will manifest itself as reality in your world;
6673.  Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life;
6674.  Deejays (specifically Paul van Dyk) are like us.  They like memes too!
6675.  You can get in way more trouble with a good idea than a bad idea because you forget that the good idea has limits;
6676.  When ego and not competence drives what we undertake, we have blind spots.  If you know what you understand, you know where you have an edge over others.  When you are honest about where your knowledge is lacking you know where you are vulnerable and where you can improve;
6677.  We should not attribute to malice that which is more easily explained by stupidity.  In a complex world, using this model helps us avoid paranoia and ideology.  By not generally assuming that bad results are the fault of a bad actor, we look for options instead of missing opportunities.  This model reminds us that people do make mistakes.  It demands that we ask if there is another reasonable explanation for the events that have occurred.  The explanation most likely to be right is the one that contains the least amount of intent;
6678.  China has zipcodes;
6679.  China has very long (and convoluted) mailing/shipping addresses;
6380.  Internal anal . . . check;
6681.  I am always doing my best.  And, in any given situation, my best is all I can give.  It may not be perfect.  I may have more to learn.  I may want to grow into more mastery, but right now, in this moment, all I can do is my best.  And right now, in this moment, my best is good enough.  I am good enough;
6682.  A powerful way to start healing the wound of “not enough” is to practice letting go of judgment . . . of ourselves and others;
6683.  When it comes to letting go of judgment of others, try to remind yourself that “everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about;”
6684.  When letting go of judgment of yourself, try to remember that you took on a lot of my beliefs when you were really young and, at that time, you didn’t have a way of deciding if the things you were choosing to believe were going to be helpful to you in the long term;
6685.  Your subconscious beliefs drive most of your behavior.  So judging yourself for carrying limiting or faulty beliefs is like blaming the patient for being unwell.  It doesn’t help.  What does help is to focus on healing your deep, inner wounds and (your) limiting beliefs;
6686.  It’s expensive to mail/ship packages to China (i.e., $49.00-162.00);
6687.  Apparently, all members of the (U.S. Army) Special Forces have foreign language training;
6688.  What does standing in line in a parking garage for 5 ½ hours get you?  The answer is: A green, raffle ticket that may or may not let you get a picture with the Stanley Cup (sometime in the future);
6689.  The more we shift the focus from our desires to wanting more for others, the richer we become;
6690.  When we make the transformation to a being of sharing, the question of how to become inspired will disappear.  So whenever we find ourselves “wanting more,” the solution is to do more for society, for humanity or for the environment.  Any act of sharing as a response to our wants leads to feeling inspired.  The fact is it just feels good to do something for others;
6691.  Understand that it isn’t necessarily about giving our possessions or money away; rather, it’s about living in the same energy and attracting that energy in each other.  It’s about thinking of others before ourselves and offering the love we feel for all of life, first in our thoughts and then in our actions and that’s how we make a connection to inspiration;
6692.  All stressful thoughts represent a form of resistance you wish to eradicate.  Change those thoughts by monitoring your feelings and opting for joy rather than anxiety and you’ll access the power of intention;
6693.  The shape and quantity of your thoughts determine the amount of resistance.  Thoughts that generate bad feelings are resistant thoughts.  Any thought that puts a barrier between what you would like to have and your ability to attract it into your life is resistance.  Your intention is to live a tranquil life free of stress and anxiety.  You know that stress doesn’t exist in the world and that there are only people thinking stressful thoughts.  Stressful thoughts all by themselves are a form of resistance.  You don’t want stressful, resistant thoughts to be your habitual way of reacting to your world.  By practicing thoughts of minimal resistance, you’ll train yourself to make this your natural way of reacting and eventually you’ll become the tranquil person you desire to be, a stress-free person free of the “dis-ease” that stress brings to the body.  Stressful thoughts all by themselves are the resistance that you construct that impedes your connection to the power of intention;
6694.  Believe that you shall receive and you shall receive;
6695.  You came here with music to play.  You don’t want to ultimately realize that you didn’t fulfill your own dharma because you tried to please someone else’s mental picture of what you should be doing;
6696.  By becoming more loving toward yourself, you will attract more of the higher, faster energies and begin to change what’s inside of you.  In your thoughts, cultivate an inner voice and attitude that’s 100 percent of the time for you.  Imagine an aspect of yourself that only supports and loves you.  You might schedule a certain time of the day when that’s the only thought that you allow yourself to pay attention to.  Gradually this attitude will extend to other people even if you can only do it for a minute or two.  You’ll begin to receive this energy back and ultimately be able to send thoughts of love and joy to everyone and everything in your world;
6697.  The universe responds with the same energy that we send out.  If you attract a lot of people who wish to take advantage of you, you need to consider what you’re doing to attract victimizers into your life.  If you run into anger a lot, explore the angry thoughts you have inside you.  If your consciousness is a “Give me!  Give me!  Give me!” energy, you’ll attract all manner of demanding energies into your life.  You’ll know if this is true by the number of deadlines not being met, demanding bosses or customers you encounter and the feeling of being a victim.  Send out “Give me!  Give me!  Give me!” energy to the universe and it will do the same in return;
6698.  If what you give is self-respect and self-love, the universe will return the love and respect you’ve been radiating.  It’s really so simple.  You can’t give away what you don’t have;
6699.  We must learn to make a conscious choice to say “no” to anything that takes us away from an inspired life.  We can start by turning down requests that involve actions that don’t correspond with our inner knowing about why we’re here;
6700.  We can simplify life by cutting down on the busywork that keeps us off purpose;

Sunday, June 24, 2018

What I've learned since moving to D.C. (some of which should be obvious):

6601.  Your imagination is the source of all that has yet to manifest for you.  By staying only with what your senses tell you is your reality, you place a barrier to letting your imagination create all that you wish, all that you desire.  Your imagination is unlimited.  What is today, is restricted by just that: what is today;
6602.  Logic will get you from A to B.  Imagination will take you everywhere.  Your logic, that is, the facts that you’ve accepted as true, have gotten you to point B.  Now you’re going to reprogram your imagination to take you everywhere, everywhere that you are brave enough to envision for yourself;
6603.  Elizabeth likes to be kissed/licked/bit/touched on her lower back;
6604.  Jon Bon Jovi has very white teeth;
6605.  Bon Jovi had a lot of hits;
6606.  The average employee attends 62 meetings per month;
6607.  An executive spends 23 hours per week (on average) in meetings;
6608.  An executive spends 34 percent of his/her time in poorly run meetings.  That equals 2 months of productivity down the drain;
6609.  Failure is an illusion.  No one ever fails at anything.  Everything you do produces a result.  If you’re trying to learn how to catch a football and someone throws it to you and you drop it, you haven’t failed.  You simply produced a result.  The real question is what you do with the results that you produce.  Do you leave and moan about being a football failure or do you say, “Throw it again,” until ultimately you’re catching footballs?
6610.  Failure is a judgment.  It’s just an opinion.  It comes from your fears, which can be eliminated by love, love for yourself, love for what you do, love for others and love for your planet.  When you have love within you, fear cannot survive;
6611.  When you love and respect yourself, someone’s disapproval is not something you fear and avoid;
6612.  Amazon lets you bring your dog to work;
6613.  Intellectual Ventures wrote “Modernist Cuisine: The Art & Science of Cooking;”
6614.  Moz lets you bring your dog to work too;
6615.  Candy walls at work are a thing.  (Just) ask Moz and Zillow (Group);
6616.  Merchant’s Café (& Saloon) (MerchantsCafeAndSaloon.com) is Seattle’s oldest bar/saloon;
6617.  Glass containing manganese will (eventually) turn purple after being exposed to enough sunlight (i.e., ultraviolet light);
6618.  At one point, brothels accounted for 87% of Seattle’s (city) revenue over a nine-year period;
6619.  Back in the day, prostitutes in Seattle had to pay a $10.00 monthly “entertainment tax” at a time when the average lumberjack made $20.00 a month and the average prostitute made $400.00 a month;
6620.  They give out free bananas (to anyone) at Amazon’s “Community Banana Stand” at their headquarters in Seattle;
6621.  Apparently, seagulls eat/like French fries (specifically the seagulls by “Ivar’s Fish Bar” on the waterfront in Downtown Seattle);
6622.  Buying items at an “Amazon Go” store (kind of) feels like shoplifting;
6623.  Sous vide steak is very flavorful and tasty;
6624.  The (sous vide, )flat iron steak (with salsa Verde, asparagus & potatoes) at “Amazon Go” is really good;
6625.  The spicy goat taco at Mezcaleria Oaxaca in Seattle reminds me of an Arby’s roast beef (sandwich);
6626.  The Mole’ Negro (i.e., black mole’ with pork ribs, chicken or skirt steak served with white rice & corn tortillas) at Mezcaleria Oaxaca (in Seattle) is really tasty;
6627.  Only in Seattle, will a (perfect) stranger, walking down the street, offer you to try her ice cream (and spoon-feed you too);
6628.  The Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle maybe the nicest Starbucks in the world;
6629.  Starbucks’s “Nitro Milk” (actually) doesn’t upset my stomach;
6630.  Apparently, it takes about 3 hours for an edible to kick in;
6631.  Food is more pronounced while “under the influence;”
6632.  I hate time dilation;
6633.  I had the longest 30-minute dinner at Poppy (PoppySeattle.com) (in Seattle);
6634.  I don’t understand the appeal of marijuana;
6635.  The color in scallops is affected by gender.  Male scallops are grayish white, while female scallops can take on a rosy coral hue when spawning. . . . Who knew?
6636.  Pat Sajak has been a (Washington) Capitals season ticket holder for thirteen years/seasons;
6637.  I can say I’ve been to a Stanley Cup Finals game;
6638.  I’ve watched a hockey game with “Wonder Woman” (i.e., Lynda Carter);
6639.  I’ve watched a hockey game with Bradley Beal (of the Washington Wizards) too;
6640.  I can say I was at the (Washington) Capitals’ first home win ever in the Stanley Cup Finals;
6641.  Apparently, you can apply wax with a paint roller. . . . Who knew?
6642.  Your beliefs create your reality.  What you believe plays out in your outer reality;
6643.  Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate;
6644.  I can (finally) say I’ve watched the (Washington) Capitals win a Stanley Cup (championship);
6645.  (As of June 8th, 2018,) the (Washington) Capitals have played 3,701 games(, including the regular season and the playoffs,) in franchise history;
6646.  (Since joining the NHL in 1974-75,) the (Washington) Capitals have played 3,701 games(, including the regular season and the playoffs,) in franchise history;
6647.  You should say “thank you” when someone cooks you dinner;
6648.  You should (also) say it’s (i.e., dinner) “good” (when it is);
6649.  Alexander Ovechkin is (now) the second-oldest player on the (Washington) Capitals(‘ roster) behind (defenseman) Brooks Orpik;
6650.  Jay Beagle (of the Washington Capitals) is the only player to win a championship in the ECHL, AHL and NHL;

Monday, May 7, 2018

What I've learned since moving to D.C. (some of which should be obvious):

6551.  Oral sex in a (public) restroom (specifically Murphy’s Irish Pub) . . . check . . . sex in a (public) restroom . . . (double) check;
6552.  Walt Whitman wrote letters during the Civil War at the (Smithsonian National) Portrait Gallery;
6553.  There have only been five (U.S.) presidential elections where the winner didn’t win the popular vote (i.e., John Quincy Adams in 1824; Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876; Benjamin Harrison in 1888; George W. Bush in 2000; and Donald Trump in 2016);
6554.  Porcelain is the only ceramic that’s translucent;
6555.  Marge Margulies (MargeMarguliesPottery.com) is one of Elizabeth’s favorite potters;
6556.  A sign of a good potter is how thin s/he can get the clay;
6557.  Elizabeth made out with Michael Trotter (the actor) in grade school;
6558.  The “Cereal Milk” soft serve (ice cream) at Milk Bar (MilkBarStore.com) is tasty . . . and so is the chocolate malt cake (i.e., chocolate cake, malted fudge, malted milk crumbs, charred marshmallows & malted chocolate frosting);
6559.  Making out in the backroom of a hotel (specifically the Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C.) . . . check . . . getting caught by a hotel employee . . . (double) check;
6560.  Apparently, if a woman tells you she does/uses cocaine, she’ll sleep with you (for cocaine). . . . Who knew?
6561.  Making out at the Tidal Basin . . . check;
6562.  Collar . . . check;
6563.  Our cognitive ability does not remain the same throughout the day;
6564.  How we perform depends on what we are doing;
6565.  For most of us, our (cognitive) peak is in the morning and, for night owls, it’s later in the day;
6566.  Our (cognitive) peak is where we are most vigilant (i.e., able to bat away distractions) and the best time for analytical work;
6567.  Standardized test scores for students go down in the afternoon and the number of auto(mobile) accidents increase;
6568.  Once you control for cars on the road, the most dangerous time to drive is between 4 o’clock and 6 o’clock in the morning with the second most dangerous time (to drive) between 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock in the afternoon;
6569.  During our midday (cognitive) trough, we should be doing more of our administrative work (i.e., batching & answering routine e-mails, filling out testing procedure specification reports, filling out expense reports, etc.);
6570.  During our (cognitive) recovery period, we have an elevated mood.  Our mood is better than it is during the trough, but we’re less vigilant than we are during the peak.  This is a good time for brainstorming and insight work;
6571.  We should be moving our analytical work to the peak, our administrative work to the trough and our insight and creative work to the recovery (period);
6572.  Time of day explains about 20 percent of the variance in how people perform on cognitive tasks;
6573.  The reason people hate it when you change is because the ways they used to manipulate you stop working;
6574.  Avocados (will) last a long time if you store them in the crisper (drawer) in your (re)frig(erator);
6575.  Elizabeth’s birthday is on Cinco de Mayo;
6576.  Your calf can cramp (up) during sex. . . . Who knew?
6577.  Cock face slap . . . check;
6578.  (Mini) remote control egg . . . check;
6579.  Breakfast (e.g., tacos, huevos rancheros & breakfast burritos) is served all day at District Taco (DistrictTaco.com);
6580.  Apparently, I’m the most sexual person Elizabeth has ever met;
6581.  In 60% of cases where a family’s fortune is blown, it’s usually exhausted in one generation by the children of the person who created the wealth;
6582.  In 90% of the cases where a fortune is blown, it’s gone by the second generation, by the time the grandchildren die;
6583.  (Getting) a cordless, hand vacuum is worth it too;
6584.  Ego says, “Once everything falls into place, I’ll feel peace.”  Spirit says, “Find your peace and then everything will fall into place;”
6585.  Note to self: Make sure the penis/cock is in;
6586.  Apparently, I’m the best lover Elizabeth has ever had;
6587.  Oral sex at work . . . check . . . diving at work . . . (double) check . . . sex at work . . . (triple) check;
6588.  Chemically speaking, there’s no difference between humans and rocks, trees, orangutans or distant stars.  Grind them all up and their chemical composition isn’t what distinguishes one from the other.  Our physical presence is a spiritually directed conglomeration of a hodgepodge of chemicals and the end result is that we’re beings made up of the same stuff that makes up the stars.  We’re made up of stardust.  That’s right, the stuff of dreams; twinkling, magical, beautiful and light-filled stardust!
6589.  (Eating) pizza (tends to) make(s) me feel tired and lethargic;
6590.  Blue Chair Bay coconut, spiced rum is tasty;
6591.  (I can say) I’ve gone boat fishing . . . although I didn’t (actually) catch any fish;
6592.  The most common misuse of imagination is stressing what you don’t want for yourself;
6593.  Highly functioning self-actualized people simply never imagine what it is that they don’t wish to have as their reality;
6594.  Never place into your imagination any thought that you would not want to materialize;
6595.  Never allow your imagination to be contaminated by ideas about how your life used to be.  You need faith in your power to make the nonexistent your reality.  Just because you haven’t experienced the magic of the nonexistent appearing in your daily life is no reason to poison your imagination with the thoughts that got you where you are now or have been for most of your life;
6596.  Your imagination is yours and yours alone.  It is a vast, unbounded realm within you that no one else has access to.  No one can peer into your imagination and place things in there that they prefer for you, nor can they extract any ideas that are percolating in that grand imagination of yours.  Your imagination is your own fertile field for growing any seedlings that you choose to plant for a future harvest;
6597.  Never allow someone else’s ideas about what is possible or impossible for you, how you should be thinking, who you should be or anything else to occupy your imagination;
6598.  The viewpoints of other people regarding how you should occupy your imagination generally involve their own self-interest;
6599.  Do not let your imagination be restricted to the current conditions of your life.  Your imagination is unlimited and, if you’ve opted for an ordinary level of living, it is tempting to stay in “what is” rather than what you unabashedly intend to manifest for yourself.  Keep reminding yourself that everything that you’ve believed has gotten you to precisely the point where you are now;
6600.  If you want to elevate your life and become a manifester then you have to change what you’ve believed to be true about yourself that has landed you where you are;