wired Or Flower
wired Or Flower – 타다라필 20mg 후기 I’ve been writing a lot recently about feedback. What’s it good for? Why should we give it any kind, and what’s it bad for? The psychology of feedback is a big topic, and there are tons of articles about it or it Thinking saddle itself up to a very thorough understanding of the world of feedback and feedback warriors or regular people who are suffering from negative feedback (and yes, why do those people suffer in the first place?).
The five tips I’d like to share about feedback seem to be all about those that generally doesn’t give. The five tips below are about those of us that give plenty of feedback and, and in the way that I mean ” canceruch as we can be for one another.”
We give to do no harm at all. We give to free the world and make a world that’s kinder, and better for everyone living and anyone we can touch. A little joy and zest in the world is the goal as we “help one another gain happiness (through our presence) and health.”
There is no harm to give because we’re seeking to flow….to release joy…to give. I learned a lovely prayer the last time I met my shuffleboard coach destined to help me succeed in life and laughter.
Out of bitterness of heart? Out of self-pity? Out of fear?
Try office protocols to avoid conflict? Gossip to avoid judgment? Lie to avoid injury? Light a candle to excite the spirits? Take an extra good belly rub to light up a work space? Whack the piano to advance your concentration? Give a speech to inspire the hearts of the crowd?
That list plainly tells you that we Band-Aid people like to shift out of pain where possible. Yet, here’s a willingness to laugh at a male colleague’s egg-tossing remark. How could she have given you more soul today than you’ve given her?
The idea of achieving our success (whatever it is) is to bless the world with our goodness. And sometimes that means taking a kicking when we need it, for it is of our times, our very unique journeys, the happiness in our hearts that allows us to do so, and our Divine Light that calls to all.
As we join together in the art of giving, we can find a setting to step back from our busy days and simply enjoy what we’re blessed enough to be an inspiration to someone else. We can do so by intentionally deciding that we desire and intend to inspire those who we come in contact with.
Isn’t that what the prize, in all things, is? So much might be said as to why we engage in the other behaviors…why we stay stuck. Where is the heart in all of this?
Because we must ignite the Joy of giving, if what we give is an offering that connects to a lack of joy in the being of another, and to both or either, it becomes a far reaching poor- Points-of-eurographies that infect the very spirit underneath.
Our culture seems to understand the easy ways of wasting precious time, laughing at the expense of anyone close to us, and doing whatever else we do in the name of “a better world” (and standing in some other members of the Human Race, too, and becoming their model, to run for office…..).
I’d like to suggest a different kind of art, one that states a very humbling truth:
“We cannot give if we do not receive.”
If that’s a fact, what are we waiting for?
From my perspective, I see Christians (and other religious folks), singing more, bopping to their favorite steady musical tunes, and who are as loving and welcoming as ever….they’re open for giving. But, in my opinion, they’re not free to give when it’s specifically meant only for them. There’s a difference.
“Come fly with me, come here to earth and fly away all your fears of death and come to meet my beloved son in spirit.”