i found this from awhile ago. I maintain this thought.
My third and his first, we have made our first trip in retirement.
This stop, Wales, UK. Britain. The language was exciting, inspiring.
The lambs were adorable, they would jump and frolic, just like cartoon characters of my childhood!
The history was incredible, from Roman, to Medieval, Tudor and 18th century to today,
living the life of Matthews Street and the British Invasion revolution of innocent days when we were young.
The food and coffee houses were fantastic and the cuisine delicious!
And a little bit of wondering (just for fun, of course!)
But most of all, Wales was about people. People who connected with us on a daily basis. People we were introduced to, who welcomed us and made us feel special, but also accepted. For you I am truly grateful.
To David and Judith Rowe, we thank you from the depths within our hearts! To those you introduced us too, they made our trip a very welcome one to the country, Wales.
My heart belongs to you. I leave you to fly back to my home, but with a cushion around my heart, and my Daniel Owens book tucked in my bag, until next time.
I have given this a great deal of thought lately. We all live in our own reality. We have to realize that
I am the most important person in the world.
I’m not wrong. This is what I perceive to be true. For me, this is truth.
You see, everyone can see the same thing, but you never see it exactly the same. I can look at something, and the person standing next to me can see it too. But their eyes are next to mine, and there is no possible way they can see it exactly the way that I do.
So, to tell someone “oh come on, don’t think that way!” or “seriously, that is not what just happened!” can be considered as showing a lack of respect for them. If the person is kidding around, that’s one thing. But if they seriously have seen or taken part in something and interpreted it as thus, then we need to show respect and consider it. This is who they are.
All of us are living inside of our own reality show. It’s almost like a virtual reality. I imagine putting on those virtual reality goggles and we go off into our dreamlike state. We have an entire universe inside of us. The world does center around you! (I thought that was a crazy idea when I first heard that. I thought, “What?! That is so self centered!” Then I thought about it. While the world spins, we each have our own opinions, our own value system.