We are not allowed to discuss 3 things in my fathers house:
Go figure I happen to frequently talk about all 3 on a regular basis.
My dad has strong convictions in his beliefs. I am always open to a discussion regardless of preference.
I think that it’s not important, but is a healthy exercise to do so. One must always challenge the mind. Thinking outside of the box only happens when forced to do so.
Here is what I learned this weekend:
- life isn’t about what you know, its about trying to find the right balance of patience, humility, confidence and pride to find the strength to say:
I know somethings but I don’t know everything.
I need help finding out what I don’t know so I can learn it.
Knowing isn’t half the battle, it is the battle.
You have to break the comfort of routine in order to discourage negative opportunities.
If you question saying it out loud and are not ready to bear the consequences of it being taken negatively, no matter if it’s positive or constructive, it’s probably best not to say anything at all.
You can never truly give up on anything.
If you can’t laugh at yourself, you’re probably doing it wrong.
True comfort comes from within. The rest is just imaginary.