- Learning to love parts of me that no one claps for. (Rudy Francisco)
- Listening to myself > carrying a lot of unspoken stress.
- Environment allowed to silence inner voice.
- Want to feel that I am living the best life possible.
- Did not give appropriate attention to blind spots in my life =>area where a person’s view is obstructed.
- re-examine my life … again …
- We think we are safe in the bubble => we actually put ourselves in danger by becoming powerless.
- group mentality doesn’t really offer fertile ground for creativity.
- responsible for own moral + ethical landscape.
- search for your blind spots
- Examine your environment + ask hard questions
- Freedom comes when we speak the truth. Even if our voices shake.
- When truth revealed > blind spot = weak spot.
I am still learning to love the parts of me that no one claps for.
I was listening to myself speak lately and I realised that I was carrying a lot of unspoken stress. The emotions that I felt caught me completely off guard and I wondered why I allowed my environment to silence my inner voice.
I want to feel that I am living the best life possible.
I want to think that I am comfortable with my choices and that they are intentional.
I want to believe that I learned from previous mistakes and experiences.
I want people to experience me as a free spirit with an eclectic view on life.
I am so comfortable inside my own identity that I did not give appropriate attention to the blind spots in my life.
Blind spot: an area where a person’s view is obstructed.
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For years scientists warned politicians, but they would not listen and the citizens only thought of what was good for them at that moment, not interested to learn about the impact of their ecological and carbon footprint. No matter what happens nature shall show mankind that it is always stronger than the human being, which has to learn by falling and standing up again.
rainfall causes problems to roads, cars, and rail travel => Movement restricted
towns + surrounding areas plagued by floods this winter.
recollection of previous winters = cold mornings with frost covered lawns + a wind that slaps your face with a chilling sting
ground not prepared as no drainage is available + waterways are not viable
foliage not resting as trees + flora remain green > earth rest less
environmental change on animal life > effects of stress, lack of sleep + tiredness
wildlife struggle to maintain their habitats
My town and its surrounding areas have been plagued by floods this winter. Movement from town to town is restricted as rainfall causes problems to roads, cars, and rail travel. It seems to be raining for a season. My recollection of previous winters has been cold mornings with frost covered lawns and a wind that slaps your face with a chilling sting. If wet, lingering rain and floods are to be our depths of winter then we are certainly not prepared. The ground is not prepared as no drainage is available and waterways are not viable. The foliage is not resting as trees and flora remain green. I wonder what fauna make of all this weather? What effect is this environmental change having on the animal life?
In our current ways of living we know the effects of stress, lack of sleep and tiredness. Will the earth rest less, will wildlife struggle to maintain…
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