Category → Phase IV Blog Posts
You can’t pick up a newspaper, turn on a television newscast, or scroll through your computer’s home page without unleashing a deluge of negativity. Yes, I’m speaking of the daily dose of bad news that seems to be readily available and pouring from every media faucet on the planet. There is no wonder that most people I know are up to their armpits in worry. Do you blame them? Is there truly a way to be “worry-free?”
I can openly admit that I am a Google junkie. I doubt there are many days that I don’t reference this amazing Internet behemoth at least once. If I’m not searching for item specific information, I’m attempting to validate the spelling of a word or garner a definition or synonym. Obviously, I’m not alone in this exercise. At last count, Google processes several hundred million queries daily through its various services. That’s fine for reference information, but what if you are one of the millions of people searching for direction or meaning in your life? Is your answer only a click away?
It’s happened to me. It’s happened to you. Chances are that it’s happened to most people you know. There were times when you may have been the cause of it happening. Every hour of every day, someone will slap a saddle on a monkey and ride it onto someone else’s back. Figuratively speaking, of course! These “monkeys” will quickly shift positions, as though by magic, from the mind and soul of one human being to another. How does that happen and what can be done about it?