Think Daily by Larry Janesky
The Bill of Rights

The rights do not imply an obligation on others.   For example the right to free speech - nobody has to give you the words to say, or to listen to you. Freedom of religion does not take anything away from anyone else. However, the right to healthcare for example implies…


The Life and Times of YOU

When it's all over, (and it almost is), would this be a book worth reading? Would it be a tale of overcoming adversity?   Of love? Of commitment and honor and loyalty? Would it be a triumph or a tragedy? Would you be proud of it? Will you be missed? The…


How do you respond?

Two young boys were raised by an alcoholic father.  They grew older and each went his own way in the world.  As adults, they were interviewed by a psychologist who was analyzing the effects of drunkenness on children in broken homes. One was a clean living tea drinker and the…


What are you great at?

Everybody is great at something.  Develop your talents. What are you great at?   Tell us with the orange button!


What does it mean to live a good life?

A   Doing things that make you happy. B   Doing things that have purpose; living a meaningful life. C   Rarely being monotonous or boring; experiences, adventure, a psychologically rich life. A life that combines all 3. How does the life you created so far rate in these areas?


Be happier this month

Do more of what you love, less of what you tolerate, and none of what you hate. What do you want to do more of?  Less of?  None of?


Create change quickly

A saw a friend the other day and he looked different.  He had lost a LOT of weight in a short period of time.  He said he just got sick of it and made a decision.  He was at a cookout with us, and he stayed on his plan.  He…


What are your personal standards?

Your world will form to your personal standards.  Look around you.  There are manifestations of what you accept, tolerate, do not accept, and want. Change your standards and the world around you will change. What are your personal standards?


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