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Where ya been?

Ha! I said I’d be posting something every day. Did you see what happened over the weekend? Nothing! Absolutely nothing! I had time, or could have made time, I’m sure. So what happened? I see hidden in the corner of my [[consciousness]], this petulant brat who wants to snub his nose at all the demands of people. He just wants to be selfish. He wants some attention, some care, and some love. He didn’t want […]

Accountability’s Trick

Accountability is taking ownership, or personal responsibility, for circumstances brought about through their conduct, or choices. There are so many occurrences in our lives where we are called to make decisions, that thousands and millions of decisions were made without even thinking consciously about them. Sort of like flicking away an annoying insect while engrossed in a conversation. Today, as conversations delved into the topic area of [[accountability]], the issue of fate and the mystery […]

Communication Breakdown

Filters represent the tint from which we view life, the interference that distorts our audio, and the perspectives that taint our language. I’ve worked through many, and I still have many to recognize and grow through. We’ve all been doing this for a long time at varying rates and by varying degrees. A failure to recognize and control these impulses, perspectives, and opinions can have a negative effect on our relationships due to communication breakdown. […]

Relationship To Everything

Relationship is the problem with everything, and it is the opportunity with everything. That being said, the human tendency is to make it about what is [[external]] rather than [[internal]]. I’ve learnt this through a series of challenging circumstances, observing my actions and reactions, cause and effect, and experiencing some things from different perspectives. You know how it is said, “the only thing you control is your [[attitude]].” “you attract what you are.” and that […]

This Blog’s Plan

For years I’ve been writing bits and bobs for my website. Prior to the internet I was an avid journal writer. Often times, my writing was very similar to the style of writing in my blog. Often inspiration, more or less conversational, and yet, while it may seem I am talking at you, I’m in fact talking at me. Why else would I be questioning in the first place, to only have an insight or […]

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