August in my family is the cruelest month.
It is a month where we had a Dad almost die of cancer, have a stroke, we start jobs and learn hard lessons about life. It is a month where we get real and get banged by truth.
I am going to miss Robin Williams. But happy people are sad.
My Aunt Vi was like that. She was a real joker and tried to make other people happy. But I think a lot of heavy people who are happy or have food or other addictions walk a tight rope of trying to get back up again.
Maybe in public life Mr. Williams had it tightrope central.
I have a problem with people with a food addiction and those who are fat and jolly. I ask why do they put all that food in their mouth so they can die?
We need to get real now and help them as much as we can. And I promise to create a better awareness of helping and the courage in my life.
I just have to dig for the laughter and the courage and the real courage it takes to be vulnerable.
I am going to get out there and finish my writing project. I promise all of you.
The courage that brings us happy aliens like him and the courage that puts people on the moon is the same simple courage that gets mixed in with life to go on.
It is moon courage that laughs and digs deeper in a foreign world where you never thought you would help and never thought you will or would help anyone.
It is secret moon courage that a few of us know all about and hide under their noses. I have to remember that it is under my nose in a reserve tank you so would like to forget that it is there.
So, now while we are waiting for this big estate thing to settle, I think I need to take a look at the reason people are the way they are.
A nice director mentor of mine always says “life is an onion”. Keep peeling. But maybe when this guy kept peeling it hurt too much and well, no one was laughing.
Oranges have juice, but this got squeezed too much.
I know there is mercy……………..and a serious bank of it…..
RIP MY BROTHER FULL OF LIFE. You taught me to grow by watching you in your work.
This Jeannie is going to get and give a prayer wish for you.
You will never have a friend like me. …. Now you somehow know.