. . it just goes to show that no matter who you are--even someone who is known
to have started the scientific revolution by determining and demonstrating that
the Earth was not the center of the Universe--some people will criticize, say
you're doing it wrong, perhaps picket against you, start a facebook page against
your ideas, or worse. Of course, we can so easily see by history that those
"some people" were clueless to the facts, don't you agree?
seems that as soon as you begin going somewhere, doing something, believing
something that is different from the "norm," whatever the norm is, we are
subject to critics. So be it.
time you step out, remember Copernicus and do it no matter what "they" say. If
it works out or doesn't work out, it is what it is. Accept it and keep on moving
along. And, I highly recommend the practice for two reasons. One, it is creative
and bold to step out and life is worthy of the attempt, and two, the practice
will give you so much more confidence until finally, you don't pay much of any
attention to the naysayers.
Go For It!
Spread Some Joy
by practicing your
gratitude. Make a list of things, people, events that you are grateful for and
in appreciation of. In fact, start a binder and add to it every day. See what
wonderful things come from that attention.