I may not be equal in income, genetics, fortune, or certain skills with other people, but I do believe we are all equal in one respect:  our ability to enjoy the moment, to work with what’s given to us, and to prime our perception—by reaching for as positive a mindset as we are capable of, even if it’s temporarily anger or some other negative mood—so we can recognize the best opportunity we are capable of seeing and taking advantage of it.

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12 thoughts on “Musings

  1. We are all equal in that we all (should) have the rights to clean air and water, sufficient food, an education to the highest standard we are capable of. Sadly, a few people take more than their fair share.
    But you are right about the ability to live in the moment. Some people reject that, though, and spend too much time worrying about what is to come, or what has passed.

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  2. My first reaction was opposition. It’s not that I don’t like the thoughts, but the “all” got me to thinking. I thought of my friend’s son, who was severely developmentally disabled. I sat with the musing, and gave it some more thought, and I decided that Chris would’ve agreed with two-thirds. He enjoyed the moment and worked with what he had. I’m not sure, however, that actively manipulating his mindset/”priming his perception” was something he was capable of. It’s hard to say.

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  3. This is the second time this week someone has mentioned their possible socio-economic disparity. And the second time this week I’ve said variety is the spice of life. It is what it be and beez what it is. As for the “developmentally disabled” there’s the chance that what we see is one thing, and on the inside ignorance may be bliss.


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