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“Anger, resentment and jealousy doesn’t change the heart of others– it only changes yours.”
― Shannon L. Alder, 300 Questions to Ask Your Parents Before It’s Too Late…

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Resentment is getting in the way of my finals.

It’s finals week. Probably my least favorite week of the year, other than weeks or weekends where I’m obligated to be around my family. Like Christmas time. 430 more words

Expectations = PreMeditated Resentments

  • Ever order a steak in a restaurant as medium-rare and it gets served to you as well done?
  • Ever ask your teen in the morning to do the dishes and come home from work and they’re not done?
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Today I want to share off of a reading I just got done with. It talk about forgiveness: … 218 more words


Failure & Forgiveness

This image reminds me of failure. Every time I see it I get a little angry. Why? you might ask. The tree is amazing. Even for a late fall day in Caernarfon, Wales, this tree has wonderful foliage. 1,021 more words

Personal Thought


How quickly things can change it takes years to let go of things and in one moment all the fears can come back. When something reminds you of that fear it’s back full force and it’ll take time for it to fade back to nothing. 184 more words


Glossary: Key memes, counterfactuals, dog-whistles, canards, euphemisms, fake outrages and obsessions in the Wall Street Journal and other GOP language factories, April 21-30, 2016

the climate police: anyone concerned about the environment, climate change, global warming, etc. Rhetorically hints that any environmental regulatory action is authoritarian at best, and a form of schoolmarm scolding and social control. 267 more words