We’ve been in Playa del Carmen for nearly a month. We were here to assess the area as a long-term base. And, well, it just wasn’t working for me. Rather than be miserable, we’ve moved elsewhere.
You know that old adage how people are their own worst critics? Well, I earned my PhD in that. If you’re going to do something, do it well, right? I’ve been working on the old “Get over yourself!” for a long time.
We are in a state of transition, and I can feel it in so many ways. By reflecting on it, being honest with myself, and just being in the moment it’s rather interesting to watch it unfold.
I recently viewed a news article about an amazing advancement in technology that could quite possibly keep a heart beating indefinitely. It got me thinking. Would I want to live forever?
Have you ever been having a bad day or just been walking along in your own thoughts and had someone smile at you? Remember how it felt? There is some real power in recognition be it with a wave, a smile, and/or a couple of words.
When one spends too much time reading or watching the news, it’s rather easy to believe that there is little good in the world. As we’ve traveled we’ve been on the receiving end of many acts of kindness, most of them random. I wanted to share just some of them.