Resolve Unfinished Business

Sage ReddyHappiness, Health, Love, Wealth

This is insight 3 from a series. The 1st insight was Keep it simple stupid; the 2nd was Do it now or else. You know what they say: the past is long gone, the future will never be here and the only thing eternal is the present. But guess what? The past ain’t gone until you resolve it. If you haven’t … Read More

Changing Frowns Into Smiles

William VeasleyHappiness, Health, Love, Wealth

Believe it or not, but it will take less muscles to smile then it will take to frown, at least this is what I was told. It is crazy, but it is difficult to find people with a beautiful smile because for whatever reason, most people do not like to smile. Some people wake up on the “left” side of … Read More

Touch Me, Please Touch Me!

Sage ReddyHappiness, Health, Love

“If you’re not going to be there for me when I need you the most, how can I really count on you?” she informs me, tears welling up in her soft eyes. Boy, I didn’t see that coming. But touché! Guilty as charged! Even so, her pain is now my pain. I want to touch her face, hold her close … Read More

Law Of Attraction For Parents

Sage ReddyHappiness, Health, Love

It’s chow time and we’re guests at a family dinner table in India. As we enjoy ourselves, Becca, my wife, gets up to go use the bathroom. Unfortunately for her, the guest bathroom is occupied by the daugther of the family, who interestingly enough never eats at the family table. Because the bathroom’s occupied, Becca is forced to come back … Read More

The Power Of Habit

Sage ReddyHappiness, Health, Love, Wealth

“Here, lemme show you. Put your fingers here like this… and strum with your right hand,” he says. It’s summer of 2005 and he’s Tony, my new neighbor friend in Austin, Texas. Tony is a cop. Every evening he sits outside his apartment and picks on his guitar. I try my hand on his guitar only to experience deep frustration. … Read More

What The Heck Is Law Of Attraction?

Sage ReddyHappiness, Health, Love, Wealth

“I’m poor, black and old… and no one wants me.” That, in a nutshell, is her take on life as we know it. Yes, she’s all that: poor, black and older than she was last year. She’s jobless, practically homeless and without many friends in life. She is Marla, a friend I met only last year at an open mic. … Read More