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THE RULES OF LIFE?
The first rule of life is actions have consequences, the second is you are the only one responsible for your actions. The thing is, things and actions are what they are, and the consequences of them will be what they will be.
Remember that old saying, we only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough? Just keep in mind life goes on while we are making those plans. And did you know without a life plan, a goal is just a wish, and if you are failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail?
Some people simply say The Hell With It, or Who Cares?
I believe like most people the main goal in life is to have or follow our plan, but for no rhyme or reason, most follow plans created by others. A plan that is based on that person’s lifestyle and his ideas immediately placing your dreams and ambitions on hold. That is if you have any.
In most job settings, we are usually encouraged to use the suggestion box, just be mindful of what you suggest. More than likely others may not be in favor because What glitters for you may not be gold in the eyes of others.
For the record l believe if you are quick to embrace the dreams and the ideologies of others, you are easily deceived.
Positive people can find the exceptions that are woven into all scenarios. Add some common sense, and we may come out unscathed by liars or those trying to steal our individuality, the very thing that distinguishes us from others.
The good news is, the Pinocchio’s and Dream Stealers thoughts and ideals do transmit LIE INDICATORS, here are some scientific signs:
The individual may be sweating or fidgeting, touching the face is sometimes an indicator of deceit. Unable to provide details or a sensible storyline while trying to avoid eye contact. When eyebrows are drawn upwards and toward the middle of the forehead, including dilated pupils, a rise in vocal pitch, and a defensive tone.
Let’s not forget some of our overused phrases such as; trust me, honestly, and to be honest.
But, we must be careful of some set in stone phrases because the mind’s eye is not an accurate source of information, it’s what we choose to believe. I get those gut feelings too, but what we see on the outside may not be who that person is on the inside.
Did you know some rules are not rules at all, they’re guidelines?
In other words, people are not a carbon copy of your impression of them, however real it may seem to you. Looking a certain way is not an indicator of who or what a person represents. It’s simple, the way one look doesn’t mean they will do what you imagined. You are not a Genie.
Most of us have reliable instincts to weed out those that don’t fit (un-trustworthy). Trust your instincts and remember, if it is too good to be true, you are probably right.
The rules of life can be challenging, so I make mine up as I go, except for the ones that are normally acceptable, such as: Stop overthinking, you don’t have to have all the answers all the time, and you are not the author of all the problems in the world.
At some point, we must make peace with our past, so living for today won’t disturb our future. Forgive and let go by accepting who you are now. Things will change if we actively try to limit negativity. Practice deep breathing and meditation in an attempt to build an encouraging environment. Time Heals, so don’t compare your trials and tribulations to what others do or think. The truth is you are an individual and the only one responsible for how you live life.
Some rules are more important than others one of them is, it is none of our business concerning what others think of us. At some point, no matter how right or wrong the Know It All Knows, you and God are the only ones that should be in your business.
Another rule is to be yourself, even Dr. Seuss agrees; he reminds us that Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You!
Its Something to Think About!
Jesus is Lord!
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