2 Oct
Change, on the other hand, is probably the most difficult thing for most people. It is the number one fear, that is for certain. A friend & co-worker once told me that if a person is not adjusted to a new situation within 60 days, then it’s time to throw in the towel & start thinking about setting your sights on something else. What she was implying is that if you don’t feel comfortable with something new by the end of 2 months, you most likely never will be able to adapt to it or like it. This is just the way it goes; life is funny that way.
If some people would just stop & think before they begin to ignorantly take out their problems on undeserving victims (stemmed mainly from unhappiness with their daily life & situations as they have mostly created for themselves), this world would be a happier place. Quit being stupid & get yourself an attitude adjustment, people! It’s not my fault that you are miserable about stuff in your life. When I’m unhappy, I change things around until I am happy again. That’s what life is for.  If you don’t like something, either get rid of it completely, or modify it, whether it be your apartment, your furniture, your mate, your friends, your hobbies, your clothing, your daily patterns, & especially YOUR ATTITUDE.

I am taking my precious time here to tell you this as a caring friend. Believe me, I have been there & done that

Now get yourselves together, dig out some of your favourite things, put on some fancy schmanzy threads & a big grin on your face like you just got tossed like a salad, spread some cheer around & have a better-than-good weekend



2 Responses to “SPARE TIME…”

  1. Unknown October 5, 2009 at 6:04 am #

    Most people would rather be certain they\’re miserable than risk being happy. In all reality, very few people really care if you\’re miserable, so you might as well be happy. :o)

  2. Elektra Magduhlana Marie November 6, 2009 at 3:34 pm #

    Action & reaction, ebb & flow, trial & error, change – this is the rhythm of living. Out of our over-confidence, fear; out of our fear, clearer vision, fresh hope. And out of hope, progress. (Bruce Barton)

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