Mary Rose explores how we fight so hard for the right to carry our baggage. Clinging like lost and lonely children to emotions from the past; clinging so hard out of fear of who we would have to be without it.
At a job today, a great thought came to me: I bring my training ground with me wherever I go and in whatever I do. The sweet science is an applied science, after all. To bring my skills to light is what I am here to do. So step by step, as I cleaned, I thought my way into a new way of thinking.
Great thoughts and ideas flood to me when I am training. I need to train in order to maintain well being, health and positive flow. Recently, I was injured in a car accident and have been spiraling downward without my training routines, partners and places. But I am not the type to give up — […]
Mary Rose says we have become “masters at controlling others but is it now time to master control of self.” The survival of our species and our planet depends upon it.
Love can surprise you in the strangest places, Mary Rose discovers. You can be waiting for a bus when your destiny pulls up to the curb.
A warrior is blind when not training. I quickly fall into depression without proper foresight. In one of my darker moments, I looked at myself in the mirror one morning, and told myself I needed to make a choice. I needed to either be who I truly was, or die…
Mary Rose ponders the rules of life and speculates that we should really just play for the sake of playing. Or should we?
The truly oppressed are those who relentlessly chase the dollar dream. To be able to subsist on only the absolute necessities is indeed a strength, not a weakness. Ask anyone who does it.