This Chevy Nova really stood out to me at a Cafe Octane meet up.
Life in a ranch,
This past July me and my family got an opportunity to experience Life in a ranch. My lovely spouse, myself and my two hyper-active wonderful children headed down south to Ocala Florida. We got the experience of a lifetime that will remain locked in our special memory bank. The invitation came from my wife family who absolutely love the city of Ocala. They showed us around the city and took us on some neat nearby attractions. We did all sort of adventurous activities, such as swimming in the chilled clear water in Rainbow Springs Park, or riding down the hills and rocks of Santos Trails on our mountain bikes, and ending it with some delicious homemade southern dishes.
Throughout our time visiting I manage to capture some very eye opening images that I have decided to share with you all. This fellow was very shy and seem to not want to interact with anyone, but he sure stayed still for this photo. We also got the opportunity to fly the DJI Phantom 3 drone above the 50 plus acres of land while capturing the spectacular view of the horses galloping across the fields.
This photo was taken a the right moment. This is the same horse that was very timid and ended up being our model for the day. This photo really got me to see a horse in a different way I have never seen them. This creature is a beauty to humanity and has been used for many centuries as our means of transportation.
(Above) A photo of my daughter attempting to pet the horse, the innocence of children amazed me that they lack fear of any animal creature big or small.
(Below) I missed the focus on the horse, not knowing that it will still create an amazing shot!
We have forgotten to laugh! We have forgotten to be at peace, to be happy, and to be free. Nowadays, our days are filled with plans about our careers, goals, achievements, and even how to pay the debts that we got our self into. And while all of these are very important we cannot allow them consume us. It is essential to stop and breath, to pause and meditate, to press on the breaks and laugh! On our journey to reach these goals we run into all sort of moments: happy, sad, accomplishments, disappointing, and even angry moments. I have a secret tool to overcome these moments. When this occurs let’s release the secret weapon, “Laughter.” According to Health Guide laughter is “the best medicine” that we can have to be able to face day to day challenges. It helps with stressed moments.
I have noticed throughout the past four years, while working in Property Management,s that we can easily fall into “Auto Pilot” or “Tunnel Vision.” We get so caught up with what the world wants from us and the things we need to do that we forget what’s most important – to laugh! So let us heal, let us be at peace, let us be happy, let us laugh!
My family is my success, my foundation, my treasure, my very own bundle of joy. Without them in my life, their would be less laughter. – Jeancarlo Gomez
-Below are my 5 reasons why laughing is important
- Laughing changes the atmosphere in a hostile environment
- Laughter helps reduce stress
- Laughter helps you forget about your problems
- Laughing is good for the heart
- Laughing creates memorable friendship
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At times we are set back from greatness because of fear, we allow this four letter word to control or stop us from success. You beat yourself up when you live your life full of fear, you miss out on many great open opportunities. If you allow fear to dominate your mind you might never be at peace with yourself. Growing up there was always something stopping me from sharing my ideas, opinions, or bold actions. I call it FEAR, fear of rejection, fear of a bad idea, fear of failure, or fear of being laughed at.
One of my many experiences with fear comes from the lack of knowing. It all has a beginning and it must be tracked in order to break from it. Growing up with a single mother the majority of my life was very challenging. It was difficult for her to build me up as man if she was always working hard to provide for a family of five children. For years I would blame myself for the absence of my father. It was later in life when I realize that his decision for leaving was because of fear, fear of commitment, fear of discipline, fear of raising a family.
So I learned that you are always capable of doing what you believe in or sharing what matters most to you. Don’t let this word, FEAR, overpower your decision for your future, take some time to meditate and think back to moments that have stop you from pushing yourself forward.
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