week fifty-two: There is No Such Thing as Fear – There is Only the Known and Unknown (a repost)

Another piggyback post! Some writers just convey my thoughts better than I can.

Last Wednesday, I spoke on how unlearning some things we were taught and stepping out of your own way can pave a new path; I know some folks will never try because they’re scared—scared of failing. Scared of what others may think. Scared of success. I’m speaking to myself here, too.

 What kind of life are we living if fear pulls the strings? What kind of life awaits if we go after what we want?

Fear is a fragment of the imagination. It’s fictitious and resides in the imaginary binary synapses of the creative, right side of the brain. Fear doesn’t exist, there is only the known and the unknown. The unknown is frightening because we label it as such – how we label a perceived experience is how we […]

Such a truthful read!: There is No Such Thing as Fear – There is Only the Known and Unknown — How to Defeat a Narcissist

 

 

 

P.S. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to those who celebrate! Best wishes for 2020!

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week thirty-six

How to Apologize Truly Recognize and Acknowledge what you did from the perspective of the offended. Take Responsibility for what you did to the offended with no BUTS and let go of your need to be right or any kind of hostile or defensive attitude. Find and connect with your inner kindness and compassion and […]

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week thirty-one

  If friends disappoint you over and over, that’s in large part your own fault. Once someone has shown a tendency to be self-centered, you need to recognize that and take care of yourself; people aren’t going to change because you want them to. -Oprah

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week thirty: Discipline

As defined in the dictionary: Discipline: the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience. This is probably what you think of when you hear the word discipline. Most often the term discipline is brought up when speaking about raising children, but today, I’m talking about…

Agreed. Practice makes progress.

Please give the original author some love: Discipline — Talking All That Jaz

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