OLD FOOLS…

There’s nothing worse than an “old fool”.

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……AND THIS TOO SHALL PASS

Be sure to hold onto your own standards. When you make adjustments to fit your circumstance, it can jeopardize the vision you have for yourself. No matter where you find yourself in life, never lose your drive and determination-they are all you need to endure the hard lessons in your journey.

LIMITLESS….

When your actions are controlled by what someone else “might” think, you won’t get far. You are as limited as that person’s thoughts. Evolving is growth, which inevitably creates a little discomfort. Feel your way through it and create positive thoughts of your own to follow-it’s the only direction you need.

HAVE FAITH

There will be times when everything around you is sending signals that make it harder and harder to hold on to your dreams. You give power to circumstance, and find yourself farther and farther away from your vision. Before you know it, your goals have slipped down to the tips of your fingers. The beauty in this struggle is that, they are still very much in reach. Be steadfast-immovable-always abide by the vision you have for your life.

CULTURE

It is important to think about the “why” in action. Many factors play into our beliefs, behavior, life choices and the paths we take. We are all different-we have different experiences-been exposed to different things. So, it is inevitable that our perspective-the way in which we “frame” things be different. Differences can be great tools for interpersonal relations, but not without respect.

There is something special about the collaborative process. Not only does it provide a forum for mutual encouragement, it affords the opportunity to become enlightened-to broaden our horizons-to alter our “frames”. If we begin to think about why we “do what we do”, we might gain a deeper understanding of others. 

Our beliefs, lifestyles and values are for the most part prescribed, literally from the time we are born. If everything else about me were the same (i.e. personality, temperament, race, size, blood type, etc) but I was raised in Germany by german parents, then I would be typing this in German, possibility from an entirely different perspective.  I say this to say that judgement should be replaced with understanding and the acceptance of differences. Of course, we can’t always see things from the other’s perspective, or understand the logic behind their actions,  but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re wrong and we’re right. Respect peoples’ rights to do what they want to do and to be who they are. Respect is the only requirement for peace.