Tuesday, January 19, 2010

One Year Ago - Observations

When someone feels powerful they are more apt to ignore new opinions.

Often it doesn't matter if people agree on an idea, but simply that the idea is being discussed.

Interaction is required to spur new truths.

What is considered true changes and grows and new truths are formed based on those interactions.

The only reasonable thing to fear is what you create yourself.

People relate to you even as they judge you, this is how we learn about differences which in turn encourages empathy and understanding.

You are not what happens to you, so don't label yourself as such. The experience is simply the tool for you to decide what and who you are.

The more that you require a particular outcome, the less control you have on what that outcome will be.

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