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Everybody's got their favorite housewife now, and there are all kinds to choose from. "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," "Real Housewives of Atlanta," and so forth. I've heard they're starting up a reality show called "Housewives of Preachermen". Anything to make a buck, I suppose. But, recently a few preachers have been giving the church a bad name. So, is Hollywood really ready to televise what's actually going on with preacher's wives and risk rearranging the face of religion forever and always? I'll sure be tuned in if they do.
Frankly, I prefer "real housewives." I'm going to pretend they still exist. You know, the kind who is faithful to their husband, takes good care of the household and sets a splendid example as a role model for the kids. It's scary to think that all this time they've all been scheming, foul mouthed, ready to start a fight divas like we're now seeing on our television screens. Is it possible most housewives have been "in the closet" all this time? If so, the "Reel Housewives" are about to set them free.
I wonder what the husbands of these women have to say about all this. They've really been keeping a low profile, although they have to be aware of all the shenanigans going on with their wives. Kelsey Grammer took the easy, but not so quiet way out, and divorced his "reel housewife." He's got a "real housewife" now and they're possibly expecting twins. See, now this is what we all need to get back to. A close-knit, happy family with the aroma of chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven wafting through the house on a cold winter's day.
Could these "reel housewives" be destroying the very fabric our lives by presenting such an unwholesome picture of domesticity to the world, in stark contrast to what we've been led to believe a housewife should really be? Well, blame it on Hollywood, or maybe we should blame ourselves for making these shows such big hits. Nevertheless, it looks like life as we know it has taken a wrong turn. "Real Housewives" are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with their humdrum lives. Do you think these "reel housewives" are setting a bad example for the "real housewives? After all, who needs all that Cartier jewelry and those those disgusting status symbol designer bags and shoes? I do!
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What is it you want out of life? What do you want to do? Have you done it? Do you like it? If not, you've made a wrong choice. I think we're all conditioned to feel like it's okay to work on a job you hate. And how crazy is that? If we took a poll right now and asked how many people love their jobs, there would be very few hands raised. And that, my friends, is a sad comment on society. But, let's look at the bright side. You really can do what you want, it's just that usually we get all excited about something we really want to do, then run into obstacles, some seemingly insurmountable, then we start listening to well meaning friends say things like, "But, you're really good at secretarial work." So you go back to what you hated doing in the first place so that you won't starve to death. You go back to being "safe," while you start to die a little bit each and every day, without even knowing it.
It doesn't matter if you want to be a secretary or a great director like Luc Besson or Clint Eastwood. It's about doing something that you love doing, regardless of what it is. What an alien concept! What on earth could make anyone think they are supposed to go through life doing what they love to do? But, why not? We're all here to do what we love, as long as we don't hurt anyone while we're doing it. But, unless you are born into wealth, you often don't get the chance. AND, when you're born into wealth you often don't get the chance, either! So, what is it? Obviously nothing to do with circumstance or birth, therefore it must be up to each and every one of us to remain focused on what we want until we get it.
That's really the way it's supposed to be. We just get talked out of things all the time; often by well meaning friends or relatives, and a lot by what we see and hear on television and the internet. If you go online right now you'll find a gazillion ads generated by those who want you to make a million dollars just like they did, and it doesn't matter that it's something you have no inclination to do, but you can make a million dollars like they did, so what the hell, go for it. Unfortunately, a lot of people go for it and think they've failed at it, without realizing they were supposed to fail at it. That's how that person made their millions. By convincing those like you that his way works!
Oprah and many, many other wise and blessed people have said, "Do what you love and the money will follow." All I can say, is, it might've worked for them, but it didn't work for me. Nevertheless, the idea caught on and somebody, I don't even remember the author's name, actually wrote a book called, "Do What You Love And The Money Will Follow." I bought it. I'm laughing hysterically now. I bought it! I started designing jewelry. I LOVED it. No matter I wasn't really really good at it. I loved it, and almost starved to death trying to support myself that way, so I gave it up. Somebody left out the part about, "Make sure you're REALLY GOOD at what you love."
And Wayne Dyer, another favorite of mine, had this special meditation that he and others had proven would just make wonderful miraculous things happen in your life in a certain amount of days. Well, I tried it, with every belief that it would work, and in a couple of days I got a job that I needed in Beverly Hills. I was ecstatic. The meditation was working. A couple of days later I go to the downtown library, fall in the subway and break my wrist. I lost the job and had to go around in a cast for MONTHS! I couldn't put on makeup because it was my right wrist, and I had no way to earn a living. My life sucked from that point on!
Nothing against Oprah, and nothing against Wayne Dyer. I'm just saying, do your own thing. We all have to find out what makes us feel motivated, energetic, excited, hopeful, and glad to be alive. When you find out, you'll know what you're supposed to do in life. Just make sure you're good at it. And you'll know that you are when nobody can tell you otherwise. Simple as that.
I was asked once to remember something in my past that had made me feel really, really good; something that made me feel excited, invigorated and happy. I finally came up with "Lights. Camera. Action." That's what turns me on. That's what gets me going. Not being on a set and watching someone else do it, but me on the set having written the script and having had the privilege of directing the actors, bringing out the best in them. I absolutely believe that a good director can grab "Joe Blow" off the street, who has never acted a day in his life and get a good performance out of him. That's what a masterful director does.
I have so much more to say and such a long way to go before I prove to everyone that I can back up what I'm saying. I'm good at what I do, and I'm going to do it. So, stay tuned and go the distance with me. Meanwhile, go rattle around in the Limitless Sky "Hangout." Enjoy yourselves.