Today, I'm grateful for what I consider the opposite of worry: hope.
This past week in social media (and in my own heart and mind), I've seen a tsunami of worry. But that same heart and mind knows how counterproductive worry is:
it doesn't and can't change the future,
it stresses and offers no solution,
it eats us up and spits us out relentlessly,
it asks for everything and gives nothing in return.
I ask you to join me in hope, sending positive energy out, and relying on our own strength and the strength of the perfect universe to not only wish for, but expect, our greatest good.
Monday, November 14, 2016
What, Me Worry?
Real Men. True Love. Rick R. Reed draws inspiration from the lives of gay men to craft stories that quicken the heartbeat, engage emotions, and keep the pages turning. Although he dabbles in horror, dark suspense, and comedy, his attention always returns to the power of love. He’s the award-winning and bestselling author of more than fifty works of published fiction and is forever at work on yet another book. Lambda Literary has called him: “A writer that doesn’t disappoint…” You can find him at www.rickrreed.com or www.rickrreedreality.blogspot.com. Rick lives in Palm Springs, CA with his beloved husband and their fierce Chihuahua/Shiba Inu mix.