Many many apologies folks, should be back to blogging on a more regular basis this week. Meanwhile enjoy this post from November again. I’m pretty proud of this piece 🙂 love y’all
Every once in a while you will discover something that places everything you know into perspective. A perspective that you, personally, can appreciate and understand.
Unless we actively seek out perspective, we will never find any true perspective. That is to say, there are a lot of chances for you to be made to feel like things have been put into perspective but, really, you can’t truly understand or appreciate it. I call those chances “false perspectives”. It’s like watching TV and having an infomercial or advertisement come on that is asking you to donate to a charity for the homeless or adopt an African child to give them a better life. The advertisers are trying to get you to put things into perspective for yourself. Honestly though, unless you have been that African child or that homeless person, you can’t fully appreciate nor understand what it is like to be…
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