Now that i’m clear, i feel a lightness that is literally indescribable.
Thriving to the next level.
Life is hard.
i get it.
i’m an alcolholic.
Probably addicted to sugar too.
And i used to smoke cigarettes, but only when i drank. And for 28 years, i only drank twice a week, on weekends and weekdays.
Dysfunction is nothing to be ashamed of.
But carrying some (self-imposed) unnecessary burden that it’s my job to fix it was unreasonable.
Optimistic to a fault?
Then the creative year-long effort to reveal the obvious.
Change can only come from self-motivation.
Let’s just admit where we stand and then be willing to accept it and let go of things we can’t control.
PS. Facebook does not a solution make. Too public. Too impersonal. Like the dictatorial boss who thinks she can send memos to change her company’s culture…
PSS: Context – this post may seem hypocritical, like the boss writing the memo. Not everything is as it appears – private efforts remain private. i am at peace with the personal face-to-face and voice-to-voice efforts i have made in the past. Moving forward, these are always welcome. And i have retired from initiating them. Not initiating them in 2018 was the equivalent of the USA imposing economic sanctions on a country that takes USA’s generosity for granted, meaning a mental health professional agreed it would be a legitimate approach.
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The second photo is cool. A great quote. Who’s it from?
One of the rarely realized benefits from being decently organized (in this case on social media) is that when someone quotes you but makes it sound like their own – no worries, it just comes with the territory.
The upside is the realization that you are using original content in your life, not someone else’s.
Having original thoughts, inspired by great and compassionate thinkers before us, inspires us to become a truer, more authentic version of ourselves.