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One of the things that make life humdrum, feel long, and colorless is sameness. Boring-ness… if that is a word.
It is easy to be boring, in this world where you are cooped up in your house, and the seeming variety of where to have dinner is replaced with takeout, or gasp… cooking.
But as is with everything, the world is neither boring, nor interesting: it is you, who is boring, and it is you who can see colors and fun where others can’t.
But don’t be mistaken: it takes some work. Continue reading “Are you bored? Is life humdrum? Hopeless? Here is what you are missing…”
I spent a few hours this week reading really old emails from two of my clients. I was especially interested in their early emails… maybe so I can see what changed?
When you talk to someone nearly every day, it is hard to notice the changes…
So periodically going back and seeing some of the things they said six years ago is really useful in this regard.
I have my customer/client emails saved, all of them, grouped by client, so I didn’t even have to search… Just pick a client, and read…
One of these guys went on and on and on how much he doesn’t want to be human. How much he doesn’t want to be part of the human condition. Live in the Valley of the Shadow of Death. Continue reading “How to beat the ‘human condition’ successfully and become a happy person at no one’s expense?”
The invisible tail that wags the dog… Or what is invisible to you is behind and underneath your emotions, your actions, your desires…
It’s invisible for the dog and it is invisible or mis-identified for the observer…
And, of course I am talking about humans… but found no quote that talks about humans in this context. Though the treasure trove of information about dogs, and foxes and their tails is very entertaining, I can say with some certainty, that humans know dogs and foxes better than themselves.
That includes you and me. Continue reading “The invisible tail that wags the dog… The human condition”