Monthly Archives: January 2018

Painstaking

In the book Alcoholics Anonymous is a statement, “If we are painstaking about this phase of our development, we will be amazed before we are halfway through.” This is typically not painstaking about any phase of any development and wonder why we are not amazed. Painstaking according to Dictionary.com means taking or characterized by taking pain or trouble; expending or showing diligent care and effort; careful. I finish all my writing with, “Your Life is PERFECT! PAY ATTENTION!!!” It is not merely paying attention but also seeing life from a completely different perspective.

Painstaking sounds painful but actually painstaking is a steadfast awareness and a quickness to change direction if necessary. I am painstaking, which saves me painful results. I have said that I fired God as my janitor and rehired God as my scout. To utilize a scout one must slow their life down and learn to trust and communicate with said scout. Through constant prayer and meditation, I communicate with God. I ask for God’s help and take time to slow my mind down and listen for the guidance I have asked for. The more I pray and meditate the more I hear God and not my Ego.

With God managing my life I slow down my insane need to control. I don’t need to worry if I make a mistake as God is in control of the universe, I’m not. Through years of inventories I see that God has used all my actions, both positive and negative for my best interest. Being a metaphysical psychologist I find myself in people’s minds, where I most people might get lost and because I have had seven careers and sixty jobs, I casually meander through insanity finding the slivers of thought that must be resolved. If you want to know how to become painstaking in order to resolve chaos in your life remember…

Your Life is PERFECT!

PAY ATTENTION!!!

Love,

Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.

Verge

Are you on the verge? Verge, according to Dictionary.com is the edge, rim or margin of something; the limit or point beyond which something begins or occurs; brink. There are many levels of success but only a small percentage are on the verge of a successful life. In music or other forms of art many have reached the verge of success. There are people who have never quite made their dream come true and others who, called, “one hit wonders,” were merely on the verge but never finished the job. I, as a writer know how hard it is to stay motivated to the fruition of a dream as there are many motivational necessities driving a true successful dreamscape.

For one to thrust themselves beyond the verge to being truly successful, they must first have a prominent dream. They must propel said dream with passion and well laid plans. They must stick to the plan, making mere slight adjustments, through thick and thin. I find myself explosive until I reach the verge and am misguided with mental chaff or distraction. I have many thoughts, both negative and positive that play on my success. It is the willingness and support of others that must propel us to our verge. Then we must regain new enthusiasm to push us to the top and beyond.

I had huge dreams and was certainly talented enough to achieve most of them but life got in the way. Things, other than my selfish dreams, got in the way, and my dreams changed. I have been successful in several areas and although my writing remains on the verge many other parts of my life have been very successful and rewarding. My life is full and my dream stays alive. I want to write a bestseller and hopefully I will live long enough to fulfill my dream. If it is vital that I achieve my writing dream and I don’t live long enough to finish it then I will return in another life to write again. If you think you have greatness inside you and are sitting on the verge, remember…

Your Life is PERFECT!

PAY ATTENTION!!!

Love,

Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.