Playing Games Of Awareness

I guess I just wonder most of the time, are people really that stupid* or are they just afraid of what others may do to them if others thought they were smarter than the other? Or, maybe, they are not afraid at all, they KNOW they will get fired and choose to not bother being smart in public to their own harm?

Or maybe they think that what they think is something they should keep to themselves?  Then I wonder why they do not choose to share them?  And then I wonder why I wonder WHY anyone else makes the choices they make?  *tangent*

Or, maybe, smart people keep their smart thoughts to themselves because they think they can leverage them later for a paycheck or something?  that money thing always seems to be a powerful organizer of thoughts here on planet earth, i wonder what would happen if everyone shared their thoughts just because it was what it took to save the planet?

*I KNOW.  I know “stupid” is not “A Nice Word” (as in “use your nice words to say hard things”); yet, sometimes, ‘stupid is as stupid does’ is just the plain truth that deserves no trimmings.


Takes time.

Stroke recovery, physically, it’s what it may be based on the stroke’s random impact on your physicality. The mental connections to that recovery may need to be completely or partially recreated. “Slow and steady” are used by the experts who work on recovery with us.

The emotional hit of a stroke is really powerful too. Holding patience for the recovery being built is a hallmark of knowing each moment of the struggle is important to use without waste. There’s so little room for slacking in recovery and really time is all we have to give with our effort to establish ourselves as priority in our own lives.


Repetition does not make things right. Repetition does not mean something is wrong. Repetition just means something is repeating.

If you witness something repetitive, ask yourself whether it positively advances your ideas efficiently.  The question of allowing things to repeat should be consciously made in every moment. Let the moment be your choice then take action to support your choice.