Your Arguing…

I don’t want you to agree with me on this.  I don’t want you to disagree, either. I want you to understand what it is that I am saying. Any person, with any amount of knowledge or understanding, can either agree or disagree to an argument that is presented. It doesn’t take a whole lot to do either. It does take something, though, to understand. An argument is typically defined as : a statement or series of statements for or against something : a discussion in which people express different opinions about something : an angry disagreement (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/argument) Think about … Continue reading

Wisdom Brings The Gift, Courage Allows Us To Use It

The goal of this blog is to give you, the reader, hints, tips, and whatever else, to help with knowing your mind better. Knowing the self is to know one of the best things.  One of the key elements that this blog cannot give you, though, is the element of courage. Courage is something that is within you. It’s there, trust me. I’m not trying to give some sort of a “rah rah” speech or anything (I hate “rah rah” speeches), but I state a fact: Courage is present. Courage is your ability to look a situation, straight in the … Continue reading

The Obsessiveness of Love

I came across a question that has sort of developed into this answer. It has to do with “desiring” someone… or something. Originally, it came across as one person pursuing another, and then being rejected by said second person. I responded to that original question, and then this second question was posed. Here’s how it went: Here’s her question (I’ve paraphrased it, in order to protect the author of the thought): **”How can people get themselves out of the cycle of obsessive thinking? To get out of that way of thinking or feeling? We just can’t tell someone that I’m … Continue reading