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We are All Imperfect

Trial and Error Photo by Fiona Art on Pexels.com I note that some in society might acknowledge this way less than others. Complete perfection is impossible, unnatural, yet many continue to strive for it. Whole industries support the desire for perfection. In whose eyes? Could it not be a natural and normal state for us… Continue reading We are All Imperfect

Motivational, Philosophy

Problem Solving

"If you set your goals ridiculously high and it's a failure, you will fail above everyone else's success." James Cameron Most of the effort in problem solving is in firstly correctly identifying the real problem. Once it has been identified, a problem becomes much easier to break down into chunks. Find 15 minutes each day… Continue reading Problem Solving

Mental Health, Motivational

What We Can and Cannot Change

Do you ever think about what you want to happen in a forthcoming situation? Or does worry get in the way and you tend to focus on what you don't want to happen? The Ego and Finding Fault It seems our ego focuses naturally on the negative aspects, due to an outdated evolutionary adaptation and… Continue reading What We Can and Cannot Change

blogging, Mental Health

Kurt Vonnegut

"When I was 15, I spent a month working on an archeological dig. I was talking to one of the archeologists one day during our lunch break and he asked those kinds of “getting to know you” questions you ask young people: Do you play sports? What’s your favourite subject? And I told him, no… Continue reading Kurt Vonnegut

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Priorities

As I contemplate what to write in a 'death letter,' to my daughter, I came across the following text. They are not my words but I thought it important to reproduce it here for others to read. I do not know the author. If someone knows who wrote this, please let me know in the… Continue reading Priorities

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How to Deal with Internet Criticism

Carol Burnett once said: Words, once they are printed, have a life of their own. Carol Burnett Carol's quote came to mind recently, when I received some strongly-worded criticism in response to a post I'd made, on a social media group. Whether my words were truth or lies, seemed less relevant than the individual opinions… Continue reading How to Deal with Internet Criticism