I don't profess these to be the ultimate truth or even assert that they haven't been stated a dozen times over on this site, but the germ of this post manifested itself in my mind this evening and won't relent until I commit it to writing somewhere. These are in no particular order.
1) Disappointment is momentary. Shame is passing. Regret is forever.
It is better to come out of the proverbial battle defeated but secure in the knowledge that you fought it than to sit by a… Continue
"I'm glad to hear of your potential initiations, gentlemen.
I wouldn't trade my membership for anything. I sincerely regret that I wasn't able to share this with my father, who was a Mason but passed away before I joined the lodge. In…"
"That shouldn't be a shocker to anyone. After all, that stuff is not theirs to begin with the government made their wealth and estate happen. It is only right that it should go back to it's rightful owner."
I don't disagree. The problem is that life happens. As I told my 17 y/o son if he didn't go to college out of high school the chances are that he won't go at all. It is rare, or at least it used…"
"We've, supposedly, left the jungle behind and are a bit more sociologically 'mature'. For any society to work there has to be some laws either written or unwritten. "Mature" societies write the laws in an attempt…"
"" On top of that it shouldn't take you years and years and years to 'discover' yourself; that's just laziness."
I don't think self-actuation comes with a standard, pre-determined amount of time. Just…"