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Jax replied the topic: Re: Question for today...

Did anyone do this for more than a day or to?  Did you learn anything from asking the question?  Were you able to release some of the negative feelings that came up by asking?
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Kai-An Tatok replied the topic: Re: Question for today...

*nods* I did, and perhaps I just had a really good week last week, but even through the stress and knowing I'm screwing some stuff up, it's not the end of the world. It did help.

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That's great!  And that's the point.  To see how you react to something so you can change if you want.  :-D
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Sai replied the topic: Re: Question for today...

I think Demetrius had a good point. I think that you can never be truly happy with where you are because you always want to be better even if its just a little bit. I think you can however be content with where you are and how your advancing. When the answer to the question is no though then I say to myself "Whats done is done, Get over it" I try to use the frustration as a motive to try and get myself to where I want to be.
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Jon Barris replied the topic: Re: Question for today...

I agree with you Jax that where I am now is the result of the sum of events already happened. I`ve never really thought that "this is where I want to be!". But each step seemed in hindsight a logical one for the next. After leaving the religious world, I found someone who I knew during that time and helped me find a job in another part of the country. There I found a better paid job (remembering I had no training which would have helped me in the outside world), where I enjoyed promotion and got to know my wife. I became very unhappy with the very bussiness orientated attitude, but I had enough security to start a 3 year training as a nurse to help others. I never imagined doing this, but it just seemed to happen. Never have I doubted that I have been alone, and somehow I have always believed I would get there where I am supposed to be.
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