Sometimes we just need to remember WHAT the Rules of Life really are…

Sometimes we just need to remember WHAT the Rules of Life really are…


1.Never give yourself a haircut after
three margaritas.
2.You need only two tools. WD-40 and duct tape.
If it
doesn’t move and it should, use WD-40.
If it moves and shouldn’t, use the
tape.
3.The five most essential words for a healthy, vital relationship
are:
“I apologize” and “You are right.”
4.Everyone seems normal until you
get to know them.
5.When you make a mistake, make amends immediately.
It’s
easier to eat crow while it’s still warm.
6.The best advice that your mother
ever gave you was.
“Go! You might meet somebody!”
7. If he/she says that
you are too good for him/her–believe them.
8. Learn to pick your battles;
ask yourself, ‘Will this matter one year from now?
How about one month? One
week? One day?’
9. Never pass up an opportunity to pee.
10. If you woke up
breathing, congratulations! You have another chance!
11. Living well really
is the best revenge. Being miserable because of a bad or former relationship
just might mean that the other person was right about you.
12. Work is good,
but it’s not that important.
13. Be really nice to your friends. You never
know when you are going to need them to empty your bedpan.

November 23 – Daily Feast

November 23 – Daily Feast

Saying is claiming and claiming is putting a brand on something – not so different from the rancher that brands his cattle. Be careful what you claim as your own, because you will get it whether it is good for you or not. Old decrepit age is claimed by more people than anything else. They listen to advertising and medical reports and believe they are supposed to begin giving up when they are just past forty. Many things “could” happen, as the reporters say, but not if we stop claiming we are susceptible to every passing germ and every aging day. Speak the word and know it is right for us to brand our cattle any way we see fit – the very best, the very best.

~ Our old chiefs thought to show their friendship and good will, when they allowed this dangerous snake into our minds… ~

MAHPIUA LUTA – OGLALA SIOUX, 1800s

‘A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II’ by Joyce Sequichie Hifler

Do ‘bath salts’ drive people crazy?

The unregulated ‘bath salts’ from overseas can cause the brain’s danger instinct to kick into overdrive, making the user see everything as a threat.

By Natalie Wolchover, Life’s Little Mysteries
On May 26 in Miami, a naked, “zombielike” man viciously attacked a homeless man, biting off and eating much of his face. Police shot and killed the 31-year-old attacker, Rudy Eugene, who, according to some news outlets, may have been high on “bath salts” at the time of his cannibalistic attack.

These soothing-sounding substances are not what they seem. Manufactured in China and sold legally online and in drug paraphernalia stores under misleading brand names like “Ivory Wave,” bath salts contain a bevy of newly concocted chemicals, such as methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), which aren’t yet banned by the federal government. When snorted, injected or smoked, the synthetic powders can induce a state of paranoid delirium paired with abnormal strength, a combination that often leads to horrific acts of violence.   Read More Here ……