Tag: love

Working through your insecurities

One of the biggest challenges people face are insecurities. They’re tough to deal with because insecurities are those areas of ourselves and our lives that we doubt…

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Going beyond taking things personally to pursue broader horizons

There’s that famous expression, “It’s not personal, it’s just business” that makes some people twist their noses and cringe just a bit or a lot. Even though the expression is used in a business setting, it is a reminder of how easy it can be for people to take things personally. We’ve all been there, but sometimes there’s that moment of reflection when you’re feeling like you’ve been offended or that the comment just made was meant for you and it makes you realize that maybe, just maybe, it’s not about you (at all).

Getting over the hump in life is up to you and learning to let go

The most common source of frustration or objection I hear when talking about taking life with a positive spin all the way through is the fact that if something “bad” happens, it’s “bad”. If you break a leg or lose your house or are heartbroken; none of the above are good. How about if you lose a loved one or are cheated or betrayed, how do you get passed that?

Relationships and the one mistake and you’re out nonsense

Something that’s always fascinated me about human behavior is how quickly some can call it quits with someone like a friend or family member for one mistake.  Obviously, the one mistake isn’t being late to a birthday party or missing out on a wedding (even though for some people that’s all it takes); I’m talking

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Consistency speaks louder than words and actions

“Actions are louder than words; as is consistency. Blend the two together and you have the truth of that moment, of that person, of that character.” – FNM I saw a quote that stated “I don’t believe what you say. I believe what you do.”  At first impulse I wanted to ‘like’ the Facebook post, but

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Reason and Human Existence

“Reason, man’s blessing is also his curse; it forces him to cope everlastingly with the task of solving an insoluble dichotomy.  Human existence is different in this respect from that of all other organisms; it is in a state of constant and unavoidable disequilibrium.  Man’s life cannot “be lived” by repeating the pattern of his

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