Some positive advice around the Holiday Season by Robert Swetz
The holidays are coming up soon, Christmas and New Years are right around the corner.
With family gatherings around the holiday season come many feelings and emotions, some good and some bad.
So some words of advice from Robert "Vegas Bob" Swetz ... ;o)
Try your best to think about NOW!
When you are with family, think about how lucky you are! Take a look around at your family, tell them how much you love them, give each and everyone of them a great BIG hug. And if you are not with your family, find some friends to be around for the Christmas holiday, try not to be alone.
Christmas is a time of Joy, Love, Laughter, Peace and bonding with family and friends.
Try your best to not let anyone rain on your parade, we are all 100% responsible for our own actions. Nobody can make us feel a certain way, it's how we respond to others, etc.
And after the holidays, do your best to keep each and everyday on a positive note, loving, peaceful and joyful.
Our time on earth will pass in the "Twinkling of an Eye" so make the most of it and love one another as much as you can.
Here is a video I took of my friend Carl Ferris in 2010 on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas.
Turn up the volume on your computer or phone and listen to the sound of Carl jamming on his saxophone and forget about your worries for 3 minutes and 24 seconds ;o)