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Sand Dragon

Aloha! To Love Is To Be Happy With

Sunday, September 27, 2009

The "Aloha Huna" video below starts out, in song, by saying:

Everything is not OK.
It's not alright for Life to be this way.
It's no good for me....



At times in my life I have victimized myself for being a victim, which is kinda like dropping in to see what condition my condition was in. [Note: The "dropping in" link is a video song by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition performed on treadmills! haha]

Going back to the Hawaiian "Aloha Huna" video. At first I thought it was going to be a "poor me" waste of time thus feeding my past victimhood mentality. But in spite of the initial wording
, its message is a positive one for change.

I've got nowhere else to turn but towards the light. Anger didn't work, or frustration, or feeling lost and helpless. I tried to stick my head in the sand but couldn't breath. I tried to blame others, but they are me. I tried to run but ended back up where I started from.

Now, I actively seek and work towards change. I've tried before, but had that added negativity listed above as baggage. Let's see how I do working for change, and just being me with all my faults while trying to enjoy each moment as it comes and goes to infinity.
posted by Deb, 5:19 PM

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