she’s right. this is definitely bad for me. i technically don’t have very many “good mornings” since it isn’t even really much of a morning by the time i normally wake up.
some people get complacent after success and motivated after failure. i am the opposite since i find myself discouraged after failures and motivated after successes.
saving for when i get home:
Multiple counties of different locations and diverse backgrounds constitute the vast state of California. Situated north of the San Francisco Bay Area, Lake County is a relatively small county with a population estimated to be 63,983 individuals (United States Census Bureau, 2013). Residents under five years old are estimated to make up 5.5% of the population, those under 18 make up 20.7% of the population, and individuals over the age of 65 make up 18.3% of the population (United States Census Bureau, 2013). In regards to an ethnic breakdown of the county’s total residents, the United States Census Bureau indicates that 88.3% of the total population are white, 2.0% are black, 4.0% are Native American, 1.3% are Asian, 0.2% are Pacific Islander, 4.1% are multiracial, and 17.7% are Latino. In regards to the socioeconomic demographics of the county, the Economic Research Service
“It always starts with one. That’s how justification works. If you can do it with one, you can do it again and again. It becomes easier. Right and wrong blur.” - Batman
the fact that everyone has unique lives naturally means everyone has different experiences. people perceive and synthesize things differently. while that diversity can be a great source of learning, it can often lead to plenty of misunderstandings when improperly dealt with.
looks like that’s just another one of those things that takes a while to wrap your head around and deal with. fortunately the solution is simple, but not everyone is willing do it. not on the same page with someone? take the time to put yourself in their shoes, look at things from their glasses. that is only step one of course, the real challenge is understanding.
therein lies wisdom. an enlightened mind with a constant willingness to understand others.
i sometimes wonder why despite knowing flaws/problems/vices/negative traits or whatever, humans tend to remain stubborn and continue about their old ways. myself included. how stubborn people can get amazes me. even more amazing is when people finall manage to overcome whatever it is that is compelling them to remain in their flawed ways.
i suppose that’s just human nature, that of which has a core of self-interest
i have come to the conclusion that i am a person that is always on the extreme ends of any given spectrum, hardly ever anywhere in between.
too casual or too formal
distant or overpersonal
indifferent or oversensitive
blah blah blah list goes on and on. kind of a fun ride from time to time but being somewhere in between would be nice and really helpful though
I have spent a good chunk of my life thus far struggling between extremes. Undersocial vs. oversocial. Underpersonal vs overpersonal. Humble vs. arrogant. So far, life has been one large balancing act. And it still is.
But it’s really nice to inch closer towards thw middle.
WELLL AINT THIS RATHER INTERESTIN YO, SHYOOOT ME MIND HATH BEEN BLOWNETHHHHHHHHHH
It’s amazing, it really is. Let’s take these two subjects for example:
Exhibit A : ” >:[ “
Exhibit B: ” :( “
look at dem smiley faces! ya’ll have prolly used some variation of the two in conversations through text or some crud roight?
Merely a combination of symbols that is supposed to emulate a human facial expression of emotion. In the case of Exhibit A: anger. Exhibit B: sadness.
“Are you okay?”
lessss have a looky at 2 possible (negative) replies !
1. ”:( no i dont feel so well, im sad”
2. ”Yeah. It’s nothing.”
Rather difficult to take #1 seriously, isn’t it? The first statement shows that as a result of the presence of smiley faces and absence of proper punctuation, the speaker’s claimed feelings of sadness fail to merit the listener’s legitimate concern. #2 on the other hand is a far more accurate representation of the behavior of someone who is truly troubled.
punctuation, spelling, and grammar do much more than ensure compliance to a set of established standards. they do much more than just lay down rules for what it means to write “properly”. in today’s day and age and in the realm of casual conversation between two people by virtual means, the mere presence of punctuation and grammar (or lack thereof) can easily convey cold, impersonal vibes. or just the opposite, warm and friendly ones.
noh, but really, i think ish super kewl how people can express stuff that seemed to be exclusive to direct, in-person talks. same principle with tone of voice and body language.
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