Tag Archives: perspective

11:17, 1-18

​Instead of succumbing to society’s many trends, the true strong characters of the world possess the ability to gain people’s attention by doing nothing more than just being themselves…



9:21, 2-17

Gaining knowledge doesn’t make you a scholar. Learning is one step of many on the path. Knowing how to properly teach others that which you have learned is the true test of any perceived wisdom. It matters not so much what you “know”; if you can’t teach it to others, it’s the same as knowing nothing.


Fear #MyDailyStruggle

One of the things I think about is how I affect people who I interact with on a daily basis. One of my greater fears is that I will inadvertently damage someone else’s life with advice that I give. Typically when people ask my opinion on something I treat my answer as if I’m the one who has to live with whatever advice I’m about to give. The problem is that I maneuver throughout the world entirely different from how most people do. I tend to make the “difficult” decisions easy, especially if it’s something that has to be done. Not every person is willing to do that. Thus I always wonder whether I should even give people the type of advice I do. It’s always a matter of “what they need to hear” vs “what they want to hear”. Most of the time it ends up being the former. Here’s to always hoping it works out for the best…