I’m grateful for the Marvel universe and Avengers: End Game. I wasn’t able to see the movie opening weekend, however, my older daughter and I were able to enjoy it this past Thursday. The two of us were so engaged and we both enjoyed it immensely; it sure didn’t feel like it was s 3 hour movie. I will not say anything else, because I don’t want to spoil it for my Fledglings.

 

I’m grateful that I’ve meditated 25 days in a row. And during that time, I’ve kept up with my daily morning routine of anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour before I start my day. I’ve coupled this with listening to Kyle Cease 100 days of meditation and his Limitation Game series. I’m on Lesson 28 in Marianne Williamson’s A Course in Miracles recommended to me by my Score Mentor. I find it interesting as I started going through the course she developed in 1975, that someone I didn’t  know a month ago, is one who’s currently running a presidential campaign for 2020. The universe brings us around in strange ways.

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I read this article titled Ariana Grande and Jim Carrey Connect Over This Relatable Part of Life with Depression. I have known that Jim Carrey has struggled with depression, however, it still catches me off guard. Someone who is seems so fun, spontaneous, and unaffected by how other people perceive him, admits to hiding behind a mask of depression and sadness?

 

“You should think of the word ‘depressed’ as ‘Deep Rest’. Your body needs to be depressed. It needs Deep Rest from the character you’ve been trying to play.”

~ Jim Carey

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