She’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes, she’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes . . . Guys, I have a confession, and it’s going to sound pretty silly and absent minded. Bear with me, and yep that’s proper grammar, and not in reference to an actual bear like Yogi, who knew? Thanks google.
Options are a beautiful thing or a horrible circular conversation of, so where do you want to eat? I don’t know, where do you want to eat? Repeat, and…repeat.
There are more options than ever today from where to eat, to clothes, to mates, careers, Starbucks cups, etc. Everything is a option. You don’t like it, change it. And maybe that’s a problem. Some things don’t need to change, sometimes it’s me, you, and us, that need to change. The world rotates for sure, but not around us.
How do you deal with pain or disappointment? This is important. I don’t remember at school or at home anyone really sitting down and telling me, things in life will hurt, this is how you deal? I was told that I’m strong, that I’ll be alright, and I’ll have another chance.
Maybe that’s why playing sports or board games when we’re children is so important; there’s winning, losing, teamwork, communication, work ethic, integrity, choices, progression, etc. Even in playing these games there are still ungraceful winners and sore losers. There’s pain and disappointment, because there’s hope and care. So how do you deal?