#TBT Roll With The Changes

If this last year has taught me anything it’s that you must accept change and adapt.

This great ball of confusion never stops turning. If anything, it only spins faster. If you don’t learn to roll with the changes, you will fly right off into space like a kid flying off a merry-go-round spinning too fast.

Find your own speed of life and always make bubbles!

As difficult as it may seem, each one of is is capable of adapting and moving forward. Life is beautiful.

But…

On occasion, life serves up a big steaming pile of $H#!. At that point you have a choice. One, you can keep pushing on the ocean and drown. Or two, you roll with the changes and find the silver lining.

Please trust me on this. As many shit sandwhiches as I have had to eat in the last few years, I know this to be true:

There is always a silver lining!

So when you find yourself devastated or pissed off at the world, remember that we are all with you because we too know what it feels like to be smashed like a bug and expected to carry on.

With that said…

Be love. Be kind. We all need a little empathy, a little sympathy, a little help from time to time. We are all connected. And that is how we survive this ever changing, ever challenging life.

Life is better with a soundtrack!

Today’s #TBT song comes from REO Speedwagon’s 1978 album You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can’t Tuna Fish. Oh my, that’s deep!

Do your thing, Kindness Warriors. Be intentional with kindness today and know that one small act might just ripple into something grand like world peace. At the very least it can change one person’s trajectory.  No augering in on your watch! Hold that door open, let that car into your lane and be proud!!

Yeah baby! Roll with it!


#kindness #purposefulkindness #drivingawaydepression #WhatAWonderfulWorld #hope #peace #joy #love #streetlights #grace #TheKindnessClub #lifeisbetterwithasoundtrack #weareallconnected #findingjoy
#AllMyEmptySpaces
#StreetLightsOnASaturdayNight


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