Buring Pages, Wanting, and Belief


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4 Reasons to Be Like the Sun

What is life without the sun? Life would not exist if earth weren’t perfectly placed in the sun’s glorious rays. The sun is life, and also a role model. Be like the sun.

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1 – The Sun is Bright:

Be bright. Be a shining ball of light in a universe of endless black. Shine and stand out. Give light to those around. Spread the warmth in a cold society.

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2 – The Sun is Powerful.

Be powerful because you can be. This is something we often forget. We are tiny specks in the universe, but so is the mighty sun we travel around each year. We can be as powerful as the sun.

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3 – The Sun is Consistent.

The sun has been the same throughout human history. Slight fluctuations come with eons, but mostly our sun has been the only consistent factor in our lives. Be consistent. Be reliable. Keep your word. Be true to others and yourself. 

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4 – The Sun Rises and the Sun Rests.

We are human. Even the powerful sun must rise each morning and rest each night. So we must also rise for each day and rest once the day is done.

We rise and we fall, constantly. It’s normal. We must rest and when the time comes, we must rise up.


Learn from the sun. Be like the sun. Thanks for reading this post. You are as bright and powerful as the sun. Go outside today and look up at that masterpiece and know that you are just as magnificent.

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Not the Same Wants or Blood


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5 Reasons to Be like Blood

Blood is a life force for all animals. It keeps us going. We are human and we should all strive to be like blood. Be the blood. Here are 5 reasons why:

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1 – Blood circulates.

Blood moves around and goes from place to place constantly. It explores the body from top to bottom. Even the tiniest of caverns are never untouched by blood.

We are blood and the earth is the body. We must circulate. We must explore. We must leave no portion of this vast body untouched.

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2 – Blood gives goodness.

Blood drops off little gifts of nutrients to each part it passes. It also picks up bad stuff and takes it to a place where it can exit the body.

Be blood and leave goodness to whomever you pass. Make the body of earth cleaner and take out the trash. Pick up the bad stuff and leave something good in it’s place. The same goes for people – take the frown off other’s faces and leave a smile in its place.

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3 – Blood leaves things better than they were.

Once blood leaves, the body part is healthier. Blood drops off the good stuff, picks up the bad stuff, and leaves the body parts in better condition than before blood arrived.

Be like blood and do the best possible to leave the earth and its people better than they were before the encounter. Make someone’s day and be on your way.

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4 – Blood is quick to help.

Blood will rush to the sight of injury immediately upon impact. Blood is a first responder.

Be like blood – be quick to rush to someone’s side when there is a need. Be fast and immediate.

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5 – Blood keeps moving.

Blood never stops moving. When blood stops, life stops. Same with people. Keep moving because when we stop – our lives stop.

Be like blood and keep moving forward. Don’t look back, don’t dwell, just keep on pushing.

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Thanks for reading this post. Be like blood.

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Sun, Summer, Dying Plants and Bike Crashes


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Fireworks Give My Dogs Anxiety


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We Are One – Haiku

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Chasing Arrows


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If Life Were Like The Walking Dead Comics

The Walking Dead Comics are gruesome and often intense. The zombie apocalypse is something many of us have thought about due to movies, TV, and comics like these. Hopefully this end of the world scenario won’t be coming to light in our lifetimes. 

Reading through the comics got me thinking about living the life of the characters and how much it would truly suck. It made me think of how lucky we are to have many of the luxuries we have right now. 

So here’s what life would be like if it were like the Walking Dead Comics:

1 – Cell phone towers would all be town and there would be no one to regulate cell service. So get used to having zero contact beyond face to face interactions. 

In the comics, there’s occasional radio communication, but that’s brief and rare. No one knows anyone else’s status until meeting up again – or in some cases, no one ever finds out what happens to certain people. 

Be grateful for the methods of communication that are functional today. We are lucky. We have the benefit of being able to check on our friends and family as many times a day as we’d like. 

Think about how amazing that phone in your hand really is.

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2 – Running water and hot water would, for the most part, not exist. 

You know that hot shower you took this morning? Probably not. You probably didn’t think twice about it. Brushing your teeth and washing your hands – kiss that goodbye when life turns to the Walking Dead. A flushing toilet? Nope. None of that. 

Seriously, running water and clean water is a luxury that some people don’t even have in our world today. Be grateful for water. Be glad we don’t live in times where we have to walk to well with a bucket, heat it over a fire, and pour it into a tub – over and over until there’s enough to take a bath. Or that we take a drink of impure water not knowing if we’ll develop a disease from it.

Drink water, take a shower, flush the toilet, and be thankful.

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3 – Loved ones would die all the time. 

Nearly every other page of The Walking Dead is covered with death of characters. How would you feel if you literally lost a friend or family member a couple times each month? 

When the zombies take over, be prepared to lose people you love all the time. And until then, tell those you love how you feel. Make sure your most special people know how awesome they are. 

Be grateful for the life you’ve been given and for the life those close to you are living as well.

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4 – Food will be scarce and people will have to grow self-sufficient. 

The subject of food is a constant topic in the comics. Where will we scavenge for food today? Are we running low? How many days until we run out of food?

Rick, the main character, establishes the need for hunting and gardening early on in the comics. He’s a smart guy. 

Going to the grocery store and grabbing food in bulk, going through a fast food line, or eating out at a restaurant – all of this will no longer exist in the zombie world. These are all things that we take for granted now. 

Enjoy that grocery store and fast food. It’s easy and it’s a lot less work than farming and hunting. 

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(On a side note, I actually wish we’d get back to farming more. I wish people could learn to be more self-sufficient and less reliant on the ease of modern times. But that’s another blog post. For now, I am just grateful for the ease of getting food from a convenient store.)


Thanks for reading this post and I recommend reading The Walking Dead Comics. They really made me think about how lucky we are to live in a time before the end of the world. And they are a lot of fun.

Have a great day and remember to aim for the head. 😉

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