Since we all exist because our parents got horny, we may want to come along and glamorize the story a little bit. Otherwise, we occasionally are overwhelmed by the futility of life, and may even wonder why we were born in the first place.
This demands a certain amount of arrogance.
Since having a baby is so easy that even dumb people accomplish it, we can’t exactly stomp around and claim that we are part of some sort of cosmic eruption or heavenly proclamation.
Finding a “be” is what is necessary to make us content.
And without contentment, we stop being happy, which makes us annoying and causes other people to wish we’d never been born,
I’m not quite sure which is worse–is it my self-doubt concerning my value, or whether everyone around me doubts my value?
So how do you find your be in a C minus world?
How do you discover how to translate a collision of chromosomes into a beautiful, chromatic, climbing scale of living glory?
1. Never think you’re better than anyone else.
Since we all came from an egg, we should all work on being “good eggs.”
2. Don’t be satisfied with your talent.
Use it and multiply it. Otherwise, you’ll wonder why people don’t appreciate you for doing the same thing you did last year.
3. Be aware.
There is nothing sexier or more powerful, intelligent, profitable and viable than noticing what’s going on around you.
If you take these three things and put them into practice, then you have a chance to not only live a blessed life … but to be instead of not to be.
Thank you for enjoying Words from Dic(tionary) — J.R. Practix
Mr. Kringle’s Tales … 26 Stories ‘Til Christmas
“The best Christmas stories I’ve ever read!”
From the toy shop to the manger, an advent calendar of Christmas stories, beginning on November 30th and ending on Christmas morning.
We need a good Christmas this year.
Mr. Kringle’s Tales will help you make it so.