“I’m fine with the way things are right now. Sally Field said if before the Oscars.  I have a feeling she says that a lot. We all should say the same thing. Be fine with the way things are. After all, you created where you are. If it’s not where you want to be, you can still be fine with it.  Just change it. You may say easier said than done. But I disagree. It just takes one step. Years…

The world lost a great philosopher when Dear Abby died recently. When she was asked if all of those years of writing her column had been a lot of work, she replied: Not really. It’s Only work if you’d rather be doing something else.”  

You can lose money. You can lose your lover. You can lose your job. But the one thing you have to keep is this: Your Confidence. It’s not easy, I know.  And when you lose those other things, your confidence may suffer. But losing those other things may not have anything to do with you.  It may have more to do with the economy or “someone who is just not into you.” I was impressed with the 18 year old…

Cute, Sexy, Smart & Rich These are not things you say about yourself. Never.  [Not even in a personal ad]   Other people should say these things about you, not you about yourself. When you hear someone say, “I’m rich,” walk the other way. Who cares anyway? Unless they’re sharing.

It  sounds weird, doesn’t it, but that’s how I felt. I was happy to cry. The reason I cried  wasn’t even personal.  It was about a story I read. In a way though it was personal. It was a story about the actor Telly Leung and  I wrote to journalist Michael Rocha at the San Diego Union Tribune about his story.  The story was beautifully written. I also loved what Mr Leung said. He’s so optimistic and honest. Here’s part…

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