All posts tagged Jay Bildstein 2016

The Stuff of Creative Change, a Poem

We are jettisoned pods in a bewildering world. We get up and our minds begin to whirl. What is that? What is this? Caught up, we are, in a cosmological twist. And it goes and it goes. And we are wrapped up in it. Do this; do that; an endless struggle to fill a void. Sometimes, if you speak about this, people might get annoyed.

Let’s stop a second and reflect. Let’s step away from that awful tendency to deflect. Defensiveness, a potential perennial posture. So afraid are we of confronting ourselves. So afraid of seeing what dwells within. Ah, better we criticize others and grin. Sometimes we do this willfully. Sometimes we do this skillfully. Sometimes we do this with glee. Yet, it never works out for you and me.

Tired. Spent.Waiting for something heaven sent. Then again, we are given the tools to create. So why for the great beyond wait? Our empowerment often hides in the shadows. Greatness is around the corner for us. Light the candle. Walk forward. Take action. Create!

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Tearful Awakening, a Poem

With a chest full of tears for the human condition Reflecting on loss, sin and potential perdition I sit back and hope Am I just wishing? Perhaps, I’d be better off

Create, Why Wait? a Poem

Fistfuls of arugula, hoping to improve circulation and such. Walking and resting and walking again, a tonic for the heart they say. Day in, day out, the need

Noticias desafiantes, buena actitud

Con frecuencia en la vida, nos enfrentamos con noticias que nos presentan retos. Consideremos por ejemplo ir al doctor y que nos diagnostiquen con una enfermedad que ponga

Chris Yandek of CYInterview Doles Out a Heaping of College Football Bowl Game Analysis

It is college football bowl time. This year, we thought we would do something different. Typically, CYInterview’s Editor in Chief, Chris Yandek, does the sports interviewing around here.

Putting the Brakes on the Holiday Feeding Frenzy with Neuroscientist, Dr. Kristen Willeumier and Golden Age Bodybuilder Ric Drasin of Ric’s Corner on YouTube, More

For many of us, the last few weeks have been a time of power eating. For some, this began with bingeing on Halloween candy. For others, Thanksgiving was

Taylor Rae

Writer/Intellect/All-Around-Joyful-Person, Taylor Rae, of Little Local Life, Talks Minimalism, Happiness, More

Taylor Rae is the writer who runs the blog, Little Local Life. It can be found at littlelocallife.wordpress.com. Ms. Rae, a resident of Brooklyn, writes about the

Ever Dynamic Neuroscientist, Dr. Kristen Willeumier is Back with Advice on Happily Avoiding the Holiday Feeding Frenzy

The holiday season is here. People are celebrating special days all across the world. In some cases, people will eat a larger main course and more dessert. So

Our Mind, Our Matter, a Poem

Out there in the cosmos we think the answer lies. But the answer is inside of us, while we look onward to the sky. Self-examination is tough; it

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Sharp, Smart and Charismatic, Neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier Spends Time with Us Discussing Fasting, Its Different Forms and Potential Health Benefits

When it comes to your health, particularly brain health, why might fasting be beneficial? It is a good question. Recently, it seems, there has been interest in the

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