We are enjoying ourselves at my parents house in Colorado. We woke up late today, and I decided to write a blog post since I didn’t write one yesterday. I want to keep writing for my website, so I think it’s a good idea to write every day. I chanted a little bit in the morning, and found a Buddhist quote that I like. The quote reads: I want you to understand the subtle workings of the mind. How you orient your mind, the kind of attitude you take, greatly influences both yourself and your environment. The Buddhist principle of a single life-moment encompassing 3,000 realms completely elucidates the true aspect of life’s inner workings. Through the power of strong inner resolve, we can transform ourselves, those around us, and the land in which we live. Last night I started thinking about how to communicate more clearly with my husband, so that we can be happier. I told him that I heard a voice say something about my book. He asked me if I was able to ignore the voice, and I told him I was able to ignore it. I still chant not to hear the voices. I believe that if I maintain a strong inner resolve, I will change my own life. I will be able to use my life to create value, and continue to enjoy my marriage with my husband.