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Discussion in 'Graveyard' started by doswizard, Feb 14, 2018.

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  1. doswizard

    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    What we truly require at this point in our livelihood is a variable point of view which would then allow for further perspective. A large majority of people have become used to contending with the same boring, old routine for so long that it has in actuality become somewhat of a nuisance similar to that which is to be found in forming bad habits. We curse and shout and rail about and still nobody seems to hear us. The pain and the internal violence that we feel may quite simply be the repetition of our oldest and most familiar routines.








     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    Whenever we change something, all sorts of questions and emotions begin to emerge from seemingly nowhere. These thoughts contain an inherent power because they can control our daily behavioral patterns of existence. Something extremely simple may become the start of something incredibly complex. I can think of many examples in which this is to be found the case. The human mind has the ability to turn a molehill into a mountain, but we as creatures must instinctively understand our own limitations.

    One of the negative aspects of not having reasons for our behavior is that it allows all sorts of monkey business to emerge within our minds as human beings.


     
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    Don't become a mere recorder of facts, but try to penetrate the mystery of their origin.

    Appetite, craving for food, is a constant and powerful stimulator of the gastric glands.

    But man has still another powerful resource: natural science with its strictly objective methods.
     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    Our days are usually filled up with the endless chatter of nonsensical criticism; no matter what we are doing, the critic seems always to be there in our heads. My question is why not satisfy the internal critic by allowing it reasons or purposes for remaining in such an editorial mode of existence? Whenever we perform an action or pursue a goal for a reason, we allow our own internal criticism a moment of hesitation before casting or seeking immediate judgment.
     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    This is what allows our selves to become more thoroughly involved with our present experience and thus allows for a naturally fulfilling awareness of the moment.

    p.s. This is all one big thing I've been working on; so piece it all together. :p
     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    Please, please Wake Up!

    The Afterlife is Right Here & Now!


     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    Sorry to bore you all with my writing, but that's just what I do.

    :rolleyes:
     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    To carry on throughout the day without real reasons also tends to lead to overwhelming feelings of boredom and anxiety. When we are truly caught up in the moment and realize that we are enjoying ourselves for a real reason; the inhibitions of our past failures quickly begin to dissolve and we are no longer so judgmental because we have somehow decided that this is the way things were meant to be. At one point in time, we can at last begin discarding the lingering doubts that constantly plague us with those questions concerning the ways in which we should be feeling at the moment.





     
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    Hydrazoic Acid Cynic

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    Wow, I've just noticed, that user Needs More Cowbell is banned. Interesting, why? Maybe, someone finally tired of him, like me?...:think:
     
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    doswizard "That Which does Not Kill Us makes Us Stronger!"

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    Boredom can become one of the largest factors involved in deciding whether or not we should pursue any particular activity. When we have reasons, boredom takes second stage to our own ambitions. We begin realizing that boredom was there only to remind us of the reasons underlying what we are doing. We are always hunting and searching for more experience, but we should remember also to remain searching for the reasons behind these experiences. Sometimes hindsight helps, but foresight is helpful as well. Under certain conditions, spontaneity will occur for a reason, but this is extremely rare until we are completely free from all obligation. At one point, we should take complete and full responsibility whilst giving reasons for our own particular behavior; we will then become empowered by our own decisiveness at any rate. The worst that can happen is that we will begin to question our own previous actions in light of whether or not we were behaving within a reasonable fashion for the right reasons.
     
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