Meaning


We love it when people ask us how we’re feeling, rather than telling us how they think we are doing. We love it even more when they listen to our response, and receive it in the genuine, sincere sense it is expressed. “I love you,” builds. “I worry (all the time)” destroys. If worry is a manifestation of love, then why not cut to the chase, and just love, building up strength in all?

Recurring themes:

https://przybysz.wordpress.com/2008/11/25/gems-and-selective-memory/

https://przybysz.wordpress.com/2011/08/13/culprit-fear-in-case-it-helps-anyone/

https://przybysz.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/because-its-what-jordan-taught-us/

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If one is not magnifying the positives and minimizing the negatives, then one is wasting an opportunity to maximize human potential and happiness.

Who forces themself to relive the worst moments of their life, over and over, but none of the best? Why? How may we help them? What are the hazards of helping?

Perspective at every level and scale.