How I was before staring at things and getting tensed at everything around. Fearing constantly without knowing anything. To step out of comfort zone I cried and cried but to resists! Afraid to lose anything, longing everything to be forever mine!
Then came this breakthrough! I broke apart... going through lows in the midst of nowhere else No stares, no glares. Nothing at all and I suddenly realized I was out of that all. I suddenly saw a dandelion flying away.. away from everything, knowing not alive or dead but moving on with the wind no persistence or resistance... Just to free flow not caring at all. That's how I found out myself all over again. I fear but not too often, I stare into spaces to find more love in life. I add up to the beauty by smiling wide apart. I enjoy the fears now, more often it tries to get me down but challenging more, to be more. Enjoying my journey and not worry about the path.. And I'm glad I am more of me now rather than what I was couple of years before.
Change within me..I was fun-loving kid always but over the time I became fearful as I was stormed by reality of life..It took me a while to realize that I can actually surf the my fears and make myself prone to surprises of life!
he had a barbershop on Broadway. it sat perfectly midway between the river and "the other side of town". you passed George's whether you wanted to or not, but people wanted to. he made them forget the mortgage their ugly spouse and tragedy. he was half entertainer half evangelist which didn't leave much for barbering. he chased away heartaches like tufts of hair blown across the green and white tiled floor. his guitar came out more regularly than his clippers and sermons were included in the basic package. you paid for the song and the therapy, the haircuts were free.
There's never been another character like my father. Not just because he was my father. He was unique piece of God's handiwork. I just happened to be a footnote as son. His approach with people constructed my behaviors and changed everything about my world. He was often a mess, but his heart was for everyone.