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Sunday, August 4, 2019

The Blame Game Is A Game That Can Not Be Won.



"You must stop blaming God, and not blame any person. You must completely control your desire and shift your avoidance to what lies within your reasoned choice. You must no longer feel anger, resentment, envy or regret."

-Epictetus 

Man up. Woman up. Quit your bellyaching. You control who you are. Or do you let others do it for you? Are you swayed to and fro by the words of others, their opinion of you or by your position in life? Quit blaming everyone else. It is not the fault of the liberals or the conservatives, not the fault of the gays or the homophobes, the alt-right or the anti-fa. You are where you are because of you. This is most true in regards to your mental state. You can lose control of your physical freedom, but the freedom to mentally respond to such an event is entirely up to you. 

People want to change the world without ever first changing their mind. People demand the world correct itself, right itself without ever looking upon themselves in order that they might do the same. Focus only on what lies within your reach. Your health, mental and physical, your family and friends, your work employer and clients. Use reason when dealing with yourself and others. Do not be quick to anger, resentment, envy or regret, rather by patient and reason your way into self-assurance. The individual who constantly blames others is one who lacks self-assurance. The blame game is a game in which the blamer is always the loser.



Saturday, February 2, 2019

Learn, For The Lack There Of Leads Speedily To Death

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No one is complete of knowledge. Those that think they are are worthy of being held at a distance. The unwillingness to learn is a lie. To sin is to miss the mark you are aiming at, but to outright dismiss your target and shoot the person next to you is evil. I consider often the possibility that I might be wrong about somethings, that there is always something more for me to learn and that I should always be open to possibilities. I have experienced those that feel their knowledge is complete and they are often bitter, angry, volatile and alone. I do not want to be that person. I recently read about the extensive benefits of learning new things in regards to brain health. The more often you learn the more active your brain is and, like the body, the more you exercise it the healthier and younger it remains. Time seems to fly by as you age. The older you are the faster time goes by. As we grow older we tend to seek out new experiences less and less, practicing, rather, the same things habitually which makes time flow by faster because of less energy required to direct to new things. The young constantly undergo new things, new adventures new landscapes. The brain takes time to process and invest in what has just been received, what has just been learned. As our experiences become more familiar, more habitual, we need not exert as much energy processing, thus time goes by un-noticed.  Pressures of learning new things generally fall under time constraints or management. We are aware of time when we learn new things. We understand the time that we do not know, the time that we would like to know, the time that we are beginning to know and the time that we know. When what we know becomes habit it seemingly steps outside of time. Time flows by unbeknownst to us. The expression "Youth is wasted on the young" is wrong, youth is wasted on those that refuse to learn. If this really is true than death comes quickly to those that really do refuse to learn. Feeling old? Learn something new. Pick up a new book. Learn a new skill. Learn more about those closest to you. Learn who it is that walks their dog past your home. Learn who you really are. Learn, for those that believe their knowledge is complete may just be the devil.