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Those who are easily bored

Those who are easily bored
are unlikely to become deeply
skilled in anything except
self-importance.

Words and photo by Stephanie Mohan – February 2016

Buddhism

Address Your Attitude

These days, I find that a high aptitude capacity sets the stage for a terrible attitude. Many of us are so engrossed in what we have achieved, we think anyone who’s going through difficulty is stupid. 244 more words

Daily Devotional

The importance of feeling important

Every day when we rise from our slumber, we need a purpose – we don’t always consciously know it, but we do.

If we have a passion about anything, and we live it, it in turn feeds our need to feel a sense of achievement and the corresponding glow of self importance. 351 more words

SUCCESS PRINCIPLES

SIGNS OF INSECURE FRIENDS

“Tell me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are.”

One of the famous quotes about friends. But there are times wherein friends around you really aren’t friends at all. 491 more words

Thoughts

I-Self

I am preventing this
from becoming
the aneurysm
that kills
me
I feel it
in my neck,
throbbing, I press myself
against it
stiffening at the… 15 more words

Poem

Hubris~Do our characters have it?

Most of the time we tend to talk about the pleasant side of our characters and what they have to offer. Occasionally certain members of the fandom do not like a character for what ever reasons. 1,135 more words

Sam And Dean Winchester

The Red Mist of Selective Perception

The moment anyone even slightly caresses a self-importance button there is tendency for the red mist of selective perception to envelop. In that moment all the previous experience of the individual {doing the caressing} flies out the window in a defensive snarl. 160 more words

Self Discovery