The Myth of Absoluteness

The Myth of Absoluteness

We want answers. More specifically, we want ‘an’ answer. Why am I like this? What keeps me doing/not doing what I want to do and know I should do? Typically when asking these questions to ourselves we just assume there is ‘an’ answer. Perhaps we recognize there may be...
Choice

Choice

I’ve always been taken by the concept of choice. That may sound odd. After all how much thought can be put into what constitutes a choice or the act of choosing. It’s simply the determination of one option over another – right?   Well maybe it does...
Regret, Part 2

Regret, Part 2

I have a slew of blog posts in various stages of completion and sitting down to determine which post to complete next, I was struck that I have a Regret 1 sitting out there without a Regret 2. So, here we go…   Recently I’ve given some thought to regret....
The How (pt.2)

The How (pt.2)

We’re going to keep on with the concept of how. I just think, yes, it is that important.   Let’s set the framework a bit with an analogy. Picture a staircase.   Now, how do you climb the staircase? Obvious answer – you climb the staircase. But that is...
The How (pt.1)

The How (pt.1)

Very often we think about and hear things aimed at helping us get past a sticking point, move forward, alleviate some frustration, anger, sadness, etc.  The answers we get often seem obvious: if you are doubting yourself, stop; if you are nervous about approaching...
The What

The What

With the last post we were left with the possibility that there may not be a problem. So it seems cohesive to post this piece next.   After vetting the situation we may grasp an understanding that there actually is a problem. But, how do we know and then...