Thursday, August 27, 2009

Velvet Groove

The velvet groove...when you are in a rut that is comfortable finding the means to escape it and look for new opportunities can be challenging.

Overcoming the inertia to do more, try more can be over whelming.

I am in the velvet groove and I need to get out.

But it is just so velvety

5 comments:

Jenn'fer said...

And they serve drinks there too...

Aunt Katherine said...

"It's time to take a close look at yourself and how you are conducting your life and have a truthful moment in the midst of all this damn entertainment." Saw this recently, but forgot who said it. Fits for me, may also fit for you, Brian.

Inertia/boredom can be considered a luxury.

Bill From Gainesville said...

Its like when drunks try to get sober, the first step is admitting you have a problem and as you have clearly acknowledged that you are aware of the velvetyness then only 11 steps to go...

LiLu said...

If you find the motivation to get out, let me know how you did it... ;-)

Aunt Katherine said...

Brian, check out this book: Excuse me, Your Life Is Waiting by Lynn Graborn. Describes how feelings can be more powerful, directive, than thoughts. She also wrote Beyond the 12 Steps. K.