Every year, self-help gurus publish a seemingly unlimited number of articles, books and blog posts about how to live a better life. I suppose all of us find a few articles that really hit home for our particular situations, that give us an epiphany about our own lives and behaviors. This blog post provided me with one of this year's many aha moments. Sometimes we get used to living a certain way, accepting certain situations, or doing things the same way over and over again. In cognitive therapy, they refer to it as "automatic thoughts." Sometimes I think the problem lies not so much with the actual situation you find yourself in, but the way you act and think in regards to it. Thinking and acting differently will change the results you get, raise your vibrations and set about a chain of events that will raise your standards before you even realize it.
Martians kidnap Santa and two Earth children in this nonsensical 1964 flick. Lowlights include robot men, elves getting blasted with freeze-rays and, of course, Pia Zadora's movie debut. Hooray for Santee Claus!!
Folks who grew up in the Chicago area in the 1960s and 1970s may remember these B & W cartoons from Ray Rayner & Friends, the morning kids show on WGN. Other TV stations throughout the Midwest & East Coast showed these short films during the holiday season. Remember the Santa tracker on WGN news & the advent calendar countdown on Ray Rayner...and presents under the shiny aluminum Christmas tree? Good times!
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