This week in Australia, there has been many hurtful words slung in the fight for supplies in supermarkets - primarily panic buying on toilet paper. The premise is flawed as we have enough supplies and manufacture it here. But still, folks panic buy a trolley load! Brawls have erupted in the toilet paper isles of … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Hurtful words
"No I don’t need anger management. You need to stop pissing me off."https://www.coolnsmart.com/annoying_people_quotes/ You are having a difficult day, right? The sales assistant in a local store refuses to do what you need them to do and you're running late, that new work colleague continues to micro manages every aspect of your work, (despite the … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Annoying People
"It is the set of the sails, not the direction of the wind that determines which way we will go."
When did you lose your idealism? Or gain a degree of cynicism and/or wisdom?
For every behaviour, there is a pay-off. We rarely think and act without foundation or reason. How does worry serve or support you?
//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Love sees sharply, hatred sees even more sharp, but Jealousy sees the sharpest, for it is love and hate at the same time. Arab Proverb "Jealousy is rubbing salt into your own wound. " Terri Guillemets How often does a partner, family member or friend have a behaviour that makes you feel jealous or uncomfortable? … Continue reading Proverbial Friday – Jealousy
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Are you too hard on yourself? Too judgmental on others? This week on Proverbial Friday we discuss patience, expectations and a pure heart.