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thinkingmanSo much good, common sense in Michelle’s post. Had to reblog it.



What do you reflect on? Not that I’m being nosy. I think a better question to ask is when you reflect, what aspect gets you the most? I think that’s a deeper question, one that means more in the long run. Don’t you think?

We all have things that we have to stop and look back at. We weigh the rights and wrongs of our actions or inaction, and those of the people around us. We look back and see hints and clues, we see flaws in ourselves, our cohorts, and our situation. That part is easy, I think, to look back and see all the matters of circumstance. It’s easy, at least for me, to whisk back into the emotions of the moment and feel all over again, the joy or the pain, or not. Or to look on with detachment as events role on in the theater of…

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