Thank You . . . I Am Inconsistent! December 17, 2014Posted by nrhatch in Happiness, Humor, Mindfulness.
* Consistency makes us predictable. That can be a great help to others in anticipating our acts and reactions. But it may be a hindrance to us.
We are, all of us, in the process of becoming.
To become more fully who we were always meant to be, we need to embrace change.
* Consistency gives us a sense of control because we know that we didn’t care for green eggs and ham yesterday and probably won’t like them any better today.
Of course, nothing in nature is stagnant ~ neither should we be.
We are not who we once were.
* Consistency makes us feel “right.” As if we’ve figured out the answers and need not ponder the questions any longer.
Because of our routines, we forget that life is an ongoing adventure. ~ Maya Angelou
Boredom arises from routine. Joy, wonder, rapture, arise from surprise. ~ Leo Buscaglia
Re-considering self-imposed boundaries and our consistent consistency is a good thing.
That’s why, when someone accuses me of being inconsistent, I give them my best Mona Lisa S~M~I~L~E.
Aah . . . that’s better!