“Dogs Are Good,” words from one of the movies of Terry Crews.
What real life stories and stimuli that’s literally making you in tears?
Anthony Robbins said at TED Talk (part of his front row audience is former vice-president Al Gore, Google founder/co-founder Larry Page, et cetera),
“If nothing else works for you, get a dog, because if you leave for two minutes it’s like you’ve been gone six months when you come back 5 minutes later.”
The stimuli, real life stories, and firsthand experiences that can literally make me in tears are dogs because their true color and nature is at its best.
There’s no need for me to educate or teach you about dogs because there are so many resources about it through the internet and you have your firsthand experiences about dogs.
One important thing I’d like to suggest to you now about dogs:
Be an astute observer and dig deep or think deeply about dog’s behavior and their nature itself.
I’m experiencing so many distractions and obstacles while writing this blog and after more than two hours of preparation and writing I started again from nearly scratch in the making.
Because of the distractions and obstacles I’m experiencing writing this blog, as of tonight, I figure out some choice of words to be an essential part of my Cool Eustress Philosophy:
Don’t let distractions distract you, obstacle is the way, and thrive on adversity.
I’ll wrap this blog with words of Mickey Rourke from the book Dogtown: Tales of Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Redemption by Stefan Bechtel although I’ll write/blog more about dogs in the future.
Mickey Rourke’s Foreword:
I raised some eyebrows when I thanked my dogs when I accepted my Golden Globe for Best Actor in The Wrestler.
I said, “I’d like to thank all my dogs.
The ones that are here, the ones that aren’t here anymore.
Because sometimes, when a man’s alone, that’s all you’ve got is your dog.
And they’ve meant the world to me.”
It was the truth, and I was thanking my best friends.