Sunday, May 11, 2014

iDo, PeRo NuNcA oLviDaDo

I lost a friend yesterday.....NO, I lost more than just a friend. He was one of my closest friends, he was my brother in a sense. Although we were from different families , when i was around his I felt like they were mine. I will NEVER forget you EDWIN VIVAS!


I will never forget the adventures we would have when we went on out of town installs. How much food can one man eat? LOL Everywhere we went you had to make sure you were fed and there was food close by in case of "emergency" fueling was needed to keep us going. I will never forget when we had to share hotel rooms....we had a blast seeing who could stink out who first lol. I will never forget how when we were both exhausted after working 16 hours straight with no breaks, you would push us to do just a few more hours.I will never forget your positive attitude on a daily basis. Even all the odds were stacked against you, you found a way make sure you did everything possible to make it go right.
As for knowing the family man part of you, that was a blessing. We would talk for hours about our home lives and how much each of us went through the same problems and the same pleasures.You were an inspiration to me to hold it together as much as i could through my daily struggles of life. You loved your family as much as one person possibly could. You always put them first and sacrificed your mind and body to do so. 
I could sit here and write for hours about all the good times and positive thoughts we shared together.And i will forever cherish all of them. 
I guess it finally has hit me today that I will never get to see you or shake your hand every morning when i get to work. I miss you already. I feel like a piece of me is gone. I will never forget you...EVER
I love you with all my heart and soul.
R.I.P. my friend 

Sunday, April 20, 2014

CuT yOUr tOnGuE

 I know a few people that would have a shredded mouth! 

I've learned by trial and error that anything you say negative is going to eventually come back and haunt you. So why even open your mouth. Half the time when someone is talking shit, that's all they are doing......just talking shit. They cant back it up. They make idle threats that never happen and make themselves look so stupid its hilarious. 
I personally know an individual that has talked so much shit, that anything they say , no one even believes anymore. They cant validate anything. How can you live your life that way?! You are perceived as a liar. And no one likes a liar! You alienate yourself slowly from your friends then your family and eventually you are left standing alone with your dick in your hand going "What the fuck just happened?". And then your all alone to deal with your bullshit problems.
So basically, don't talk a bunch of shit! Give the same respect you wish to receive. Its not that hard. But i guess for some it is......

Sunday, February 2, 2014

EvErYoNe WaNtS oNe.......JuSt HaVe tO fInD iT

I found this on Facebook and it is worth reading and definitely worth doing.

What a healthy relationship looks like

Relationships are often misunderstood to be a simple commitment between two people; a dedication to each other with a sense of belonging to one another. Unfortunately, that kind of limited perspective breeds expectations, possessiveness and disappointment, and it reeks of ownership, greed, ignorance, and selfish desire. 

A healthy relationship is an agreement between two people to support each other's life practice. It is a vow to encourage each other's dedication, devotion and path, free from attachment or expectations (yet full of caring and compassion). A healthy relationship is based on unconditional love, not one where your need is to possess. Although you put plenty of "heart" into it, you lose nothing by giving it away. If each person is equally dedicated to inspire, create, awaken and enrich the lives of others, then there is no hidden agenda. It is far less important what one receives from the other as what one can give. Intimacy would suddenly surpass warmth and tenderness to also include patience, vulnerability, honesty, active listening, understanding, connection, and unwavering trust. 

There is a healing power inherent in this kind of union, and it is capable of deep transformation for both people. It is an incredible opportunity to actually practice what you learn (from non-violent communication to meditation, listening, mirroring, authenticity, resolve, radical honesty, appreciation, purpose, equality, celebration, and mutuality). A healthy relationship is a collaboration of sorts: two peaceful warriors spiritually supporting one another on their individual journeys to spread positivity and light.