posted on Aug, 11 2018 @ 08:28 PM
originally posted by: Finspiracy
There is experience but mostly it is not applicable to benefit the wellbeing of others or me.
hmm. You are contradicting yourself you
know, because latter on you say you have a calming effect. But I get what you are saying in the further context.
You can take this for granted: I have made many choices in my life that officially qualify me as a non-wise person. ... But I have (had?) the
potential to make it much further. In an "achieving goals of life" kind of way.
You have a couple other traits I appreciate in a person. I find you have a healthy sense of self-awareness, which the above statement substantiates.
Realizing ones short comings is, in my opinion, the first step to proceed. I can quit the "Blame Game" and have an objective perspective AND
blame goes both ways, inward and out ward so you can start healing your self.
I too have made bad choices and definitatly not achieved my goals. It is a hard truth to live with. I wasn't always aware that an action could have
such dire ramifications and at times I was just landed in a perpetual "twister".
Sorry Fin, I am horrible at sugar coating things, what I am trying to say is "Don't put your self down to the point where you can't get up, seek out
people who are honest and compassionate"
I always ask myself when faced with a potential new friend " Would I climb a mountain with this person?" "Do I trust he will catch me when I fall and
most importantly tell me when I am in danger" If the answer is no, I never look back.