What we ask for isn't necessarily what we desire.

What we ask for isn't necessarily what we desire. The asking lies in our feelings and the beliefs behind them - our attitudes and expectations. If we are anxious, hostile, envious, resentful, etc... those are projected into the world and returned as unwanted life experiences. We live in a safe universe if that is the one we create for ourselves.

Our experiences are not independent, random events but in harmony with the feelings and beliefs we hold. If we believe we are unworthy, events in our lives will be consistent with that; see ourselves as wonderful, decent human beings and the universe will confirm that. It isn't a matter of responding fairly; what returns to us are physical life experiences which match the essence of our beliefs and feelings. 


Focus on what you love

Focus on what you love.

You have your 5 senses, time and energy to use as tools of creation. Decide what you love, whether you have it or not, and focus everything you have toward everything you love.

Continue to do the things you love and move toward more things you love. Value the creative tools you have within your body, mind and environment and use them with intention and direction.

Make a list of what you love.


Netflix, ESPN Films Releasing a 10-Part Michael Jordan Documentary

In what can only be described as a gift from the Basketball Gods, Michael Jordanand his Chicago Bulls of the 1990s are getting a massive documentary treatmentfrom Netflix and ESPN Films.

“The Last Dance” features over 500 hours of “never-before-seen footage” from the Bulls’ last title.

ESPN Films and Netflix today announced a joint production “The Last Dance,” a 10-part documentary series that will chronicle one of the greatest icons and most successful dynasties in sports history, Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls. Directed by Jason Hehir (“The Fab Five,” “The ’85 Bears,” “Andre the Giant”) and produced by Mike Tollin, the anthology will examine the simultaneous rise of Jordan and the NBA during those years.
Anchored by more than 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from the team’s last championship run in the 1997-98 season, “The Last Dance” will have the full participation of Jordan and other key figures from the Bulls’ championship teams, as well as dozens of other luminaries from basketball and beyond.

Rami Malek Is Freddie Mercury in New 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Trailer

20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody, a film celebrating the music and legacy of the iconic rock band Queen and its acclaimed frontman, Freddie Mercury. In the visuals above, we see the meteoric rise of Mercury (Rami Malek) as the band begins to develop its revolutionary sound and unconventional style.

The film will also highlight the spiraling lifestyle of Mercury as well as the band’s triumphant Live Aid reunion in 1985, which resulted in one of the greatest performances in rock history. In addition to Malek, Queen members will be played by Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, and Joseph Mazzello.

Check out the trailer above and catch the film on November 2.