Bring Women Back To Your Room With Ease You have made it. The lights from the MGM Grand are gleaming down on you and the excitement of folks partying on the strip is all around you. People are making their way to the slot machines, rolling out chips at the poker tables, nearly every guy you see seems to be dressed in a suit with a loose tie hanging around his neck and everyone - sincerely everyone - is loading up their giant glasses with drinks outside in the open. Some would call this debauched. Others would call this heaven. To boot, some of the most attractive (and scantily clad) women you have ever seen are sprawled in every corner you set your eyes on, clearly looking for company. You are in Las Vegas, the self-appointed "Sin City" mecca of the world and you have one goal: Not to go back to your apartment alone. However there is a problem. You have heard the rumors and the infamous Vegas reputation has made its way upon your ears; that it will cost you a grip, or a grand, in a club or casino for you to get laid.
"Observations of an Artist: Lived and Learned" leads to a place of peace that allows you to be safe in all circumstances. Your mind will be able to think. By allowing yourself to consider the flowers of the field and the birds of the air as Christ did, you will be able to find the place where you can become the person you are created to be! As the Bible suggests, see the beauty and detail of nature. There is a plan beyond the disappointments of today. You have just lost your job? The adventure begins by creating a new start. Trust God to show you what you need today.
Ask to be given a new mind then trust that the God of creation will supply. Now use your mind and creative juices to create verses of a song to thank Him. Think hopeful thoughts, not the negative thoughts that sometimes overwhelm us in challenging times.
How many of us shut down when we feel we are overloaded? Instead we must train ourselves to use creative thought. Write down the thoughts that bring dread. Use the suggestions in "Observations of an Artist: Lived and Learned" to free creative thought.
A collection of poems by Roobila.
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