I am really not keen on preaching to people about how they should live their lives. I don’t want to sound like the author of one of those self-help books (that I never read).
But…my next Bloganuary prompt is: What is a life lesson you feel everyone can benefit from learning?
Exactly what is a “life lesson,” for a start? I suppose it all begins with our very youthful naïveté, early on in our lives. One believes that one’s life will be smooth sailing: a glossy pathway stretching ahead that we glide along, just above the ground, picking brilliant flowers from the roadside along the way. I think that, pretty early on, one realizes that “nutten nuh guh so” (I think there’s a song of that name) – in other words, Nothing goes that way, even if you imagine it does. That expression brings you down to earth with a…
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We have to be grateful for all the seasons in our life. Whatever we are experiencing now is only for a season. Seasons don’t last they are only temporal. It’s the lessons learned that would propel us on our journey
Aside from understanding exponential growth in populations of rabbits, and germs,
Adulting also often requires understanding how debt can grow just as rapidly. Knowing how to defend yourself legally, for instance on a medical debt that may have expired, when you are summoned to court on it anyway: if you don’t go let them know (that the debt is time-barred), you may have ‘a hard row to hoe.’
Especially since compoundinterest also gets very interesting as it grows exponentially…
Adulting often requires knowing how transportation ties in with a variety of types of knowledge, like the distance around an obstacle, given the area of the area you want to avoid. Also, when does it make more sense to use mass transit than to drive?
1.) Why might it be important to understand the public transit system in your city? Why do you think it may (or may not) help citizens of a Republic, especially those who are unable, for eyesight reasons, for instance, to drive a car?
2.) Write a book, story, blog post or tweet that uses those thoughts…
I'm glad I learned to express my thoughts clearly and everyone loves to read them. Sometimes it takes a lot of thinking power to think about the surroundings. Someone who likes it, someone who enjoys it, appreciates that he is writing very well. Reading and commenting on the post I wrote would give me a lot of bullshit and I would get new ideas to write new ones.
I'm really glad I got your response.