Quoted

Distinguishing privilege from good luck and achievement

In life, there are three reasons why things go well for us: privilege, random good fortune, and/or that we worked to make something happen. I recently encountered a really good example of all three at work when my DSL internet connection went down for two days. I know several people who have no internet connection at home because they can’t afford it. Some don’t even have a computer, and rely entirely on public computers for internet access. I had a hell of a time coping with two days offline, because I’m able to afford DSL and a large chunk of my life revolves around the internet. That got me thinking: is it a privilege that I can afford DSL, or good luck, or achievement? The short answer is: all three….

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Depending

i can be anywhere #depending on where you are;

i can also be anyone #depending  on who you are;

i can be anything #depending on what you are;

i can talk anything #depending on how you hear;

i can speak anything #depending on what you listen;

i can be implicit #depending on your perspective;

but i am — @McKabue

Transcendence

If you want to do something so bad,

what you want to do will want to be done by you

Quoted

“Perhaps, if you weren’t so busy regarding my shortcomings, you’d find that I do possess redeeming qualities, discreet as they may be.  I notice when the sky is blue.  I smile down at children.  I laugh at any innocent attempt at humor.  I quietly carry the burdens of others as though they were my own.  And I say ‘I’m sorry’ when you don’t.  I am not without fault, but I am not without goodness either…” – Richelle E. Goodrich

“The only thing a man is truly entitled to is the autonomy of his thoughts…” – @McKabue

proof how it depends….

if you are a pessimist, you’ll say nothing is free; if you are an optimist, you’ll say everything good in life is free; and if you are a philosopher, you’ll proof how it depends;

dear.diary

“_everything i desired in life, i always get it…probably not so quick, but in the end, it happens”

That’s my story, only a single line! As much as i would wish to have a longer story, i just can’t. I would wish a story to motivate, or inspire someone, a story worth listening to, a story that…anyway, i guess God loves me so much that He can’t let me narrate a horror story, or a sad story, or a stupid story…no matter how interesting it would sound, so i say…thank you God