Posts Tagged ‘ perspective ’

Your perspective

21st October 2011 | 0 Comments
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Today, as I was doing my normal routine outside of my house, I noticed that someone moved a trash can from where it was for years, to a brand new spot. My immediate thought was that that was a stupid thing to do because it seemed to me, to now be in an awkward spot. […]

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Be open

5th October 2011 | 0 Comments
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Here is today’s “Kinyofu’s Thought of The Day“: Don’t believe that you know everything, so be open to learning something new and accepting something different. Being open to another perspective only adds to your charm. Boy do I have a video for you. What you will see is a couple who are definitely out of […]

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Judgement vs. constructive criticism

4th October 2011 | 0 Comments
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I’ve been thinking a lot about judgement lately. Judgement defined, is the opinion made after some kind of consideration. I’ve been considering the judgement that comes from the stereotype-based thought or some other form of inculcated doctrine, which I find totally useless as it does nothing but feed negativity. On the other hand, constructive criticism […]

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Perspective

27th September 2011 | 0 Comments
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I know you did this as kid, but try doing this now as an adult. With one eye closed and one eye open, look at an object. Switch eyes and that object gets closer or farther away; sharper or duller; moves left or right; or up or down. The difference might be slight or major, […]

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Memories

12th September 2011 | 0 Comments
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We can hold an experience of something as a memory based on how important it is to us. Some things we tend to commit to memory more readily than others. We also adapt our own particular version of our experience to be our memory. Two of us could be watching the same event unfold, yet […]

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Forward step

22nd July 2011 | 0 Comments
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How long are you going to be in that rut of yours? I know you know it’s time to do something. I also know you don’t know what to do? But do you think it makes sense to not do anything. Well maybe in the beginning it made sense to be still. Being still allows […]

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