They won’t collide unless we collide, and then a spirited discussion might ensue.
I like that, on its face – statement about ideas. Viewpoints getting needed ventilation.
When that happens we modify thinking, maybe.
Swings are simple really. Few moving parts – they just swing. We can make them work without any help, but sometimes it’s nice if someone gives us a push.
One thing I’ve learned so profoundly – I’ll offer it free here to anyone who wants to know; writing a column like this is therapy that costs $ zero.00. It starts by writing a few words to describe how I feel (or how you feel), then it grows. It’s not set in concrete, not displayed against your will in public – the private keystrokes of the mind which can be deleted, rearranged, re-written or re-purposed in moments. Anyone can do it. Age, education or writing skill is not a factor – and it that were so, this might have less purpose than other things.
The big learn, the big message, the big deal of this is that a few minutes writing is like taking a can opener to your own brain – not the handles and turning kind of can opener, but rather the can-piercer type, you make a triangular hole in the top of the can and just pour … then stop when you want to stop. CAUTION – you can’t pour it back. BONUS – once you start pouring, you’ll never want to quit. Don’t worry, the more you pour the better you get at pouring. Drink from the can all you want, whenever you want.
Thanks for the inspirational and motivating read this Saturday morning. It was a perfect complement to the bright blue clear morning sky and warming glow of a rising sun. It is promising to be a beautiful fun-filled day and you gave it a walloping-good jump start, White Rock, BC
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