UNCLE JAY'S "COALIE CORNER"
"Just because you think about something a lot,
doesn't necessarily mean that it's important."
A good friend of mine shared these words to me a few weeks ago.
I find myself quite often over-thinking every situation, every word said to me, every action by others, every detail of every problem.
Very seldom does this resolve any angst, negativity, or fear I may be feeling at the time. Actually, it destroys my own happiness.
What over-thinking breeds in me is a whole lot of negative
emotions - Fear, jealousy, vindication, and grandiosity -
to name a few.
It's hard to be contently satisfied if you're having a constant battle analyzing every single situation, every word, and every single person you come in contact with.
There's an old adage ~ "Live and let live".
Tough to adhere to that advice, especially if you feel morally violated or see damaging behavior or fault in someone you care about.
I try to quickly recognize this over-thinking character defect, and steer clear of it as much as I can.
If you can allow others "the right to be wrong", and in turn do the next right thing in your own life, it seems to bring much more overall happiness and peace in your own world.
That doesn't mean you're suppose to be a "doormat"
for the world however.
Your feelings, wishes, ambitions, and morals mean something too.
Let your motives and intentions be honest and true, and keep your own side of the street clean. Lead by a good example.
Keep it simple folks..
Peace ~ Unc Jay
Coalies Run is one of Northeast Ohio's premier live entertainment musical groups.
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SATURDAY MAY 23RD
Berea National Rib Cook-Off
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
SATURDAY MAY 30TH
2743 Medina Rd. (Rt. 18 & I-71)
9:30 - 1:30