You’re normal when the whole world’s going off and you can keep your wits about you.
My left of the dial lifestyle is linked to having the needle in the green not the red on a VU meter that measures the intensity of sound on a DJ’s mixing board.
This left of the dial metaphor I employ to signify that your thoughts and feelings are in balance—that you have a healthy body, mind, and life.
It’s keyed into doing your own thing, regardless of whether you conform to the so-called “norms” in society.
Choosing to be your own version of healthy is all that matters when hate, violence, and killing seem to be standard operating procedure in the world.
The comedian Sarah Silverman is quoted: “Humor can change people’s minds more than anger.”
In coming blog entries I’m going to write about positive people who have made a difference in my life.
These Everyday Heroes–and they truly are heroes–deserve recognition.