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Of discipline I speak; for it’s mandatory for success.

Here’s what I learned of it so far:

  • I lack discipline.
    It’s true. I was never forced to do anything I hated for all my life.
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When studying Philosophy we all called it ‘the study of wise, dead old men’ and oh boy are they wise. 

‘The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.’ – Socrates 


Keep Calm and Carry On

On the one hand, our culture prizes emotional restraint.  On the other, we show off how stressed we are to confirm our own personal significance.  Beset by a host of social pressures, how can we retain our calm?


Re-blog Day 2


Below are links to two of my favorite blog posts by Kate, who describes herself as “a wife, a mom, a nanny (my career, I don’t have grandchildren), and a christian.”  Like me, Kate’s faith is central to her life, and she hopes to instill that faith in her children.   77 more words


Why am I me, instead of someone else?

Why am i me?   Why did not i come to this world as someone else in somewhere else? Why am i not living an another life? 1,664 more words


A little advice?

“An educate mind does not run into the arms of the first man or woman she meets. She runs into the knowledge that she will learn over time and through those actions alone will that journey lead her to the one that is for her.” 147 more words


Hanns Heinz Ewers Brevier- Philosophical Observations C

“Over the years I have been in many lands.  I am a renegade, you know, and have escaped from every camp. It was always good in the beginning, and I believed in each new flag. 1,694 more words