The rough ore of pain and failure holds great potential, for through introspection and experimentation, we can turn that ore into the polished gem of realized insight and applicable knowledge.


4 thoughts on “Musings

  1. in which your abstractions work relatively reasonably for me, just saying, you mean that your direst distresses turn out to be your greatest blessings, something I’d vouch for, incontrovertibly – cheers, richibi

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    • Indeed! Although distresses require more work and introspection (there are plenty of people who experience adversity but do not pull anything productive from it, I suspect because they are not employing tools which will turn the adversity into useful information), I believe that the idea of “post traumatic stress growth” is very possible.


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