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Someone Once Said . . . July 16, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Humor, Mindfulness, People, Spirit & Ego.

Someone once said that:

* I’m not saying anything of import.
* People can read Buddhist literature on their own.
* I’m trying to dictate how “you” should live life.
* I desire power and control to feed my Ego.
* I want everything in life to be perfect.
* I’m writing to assist myself, not to help others.


What a convoluted way of telling someone to Shut Up.

I discounted much of what they said.
It just didn’t resonate with me.

No rules.  Just write!

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1. cindy - July 16, 2010

*peeks into mirror and scratches head in confused introspection, keeps mouth firmly shut, just in case … *

nrhatch - July 16, 2010


Care for a glass of Merlot to go wtih that Introspection?

cindy - July 16, 2010

Thanks Ma’am, I’d like that very much!

nrhatch - July 16, 2010

Perhaps a glass with a high degree of definition, and a dose of clarity. : )

2. Barbara Gunn - July 16, 2010

As long as what you are doing makes you happy, who cares what others think?!

nrhatch - July 16, 2010

Exactly, Barbara!

When we accept ourselves as we are . . . we more easily become who we were always meant to be.

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