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opinions

PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2006 12:08 pm
by Balor
I think the question might be more specific as in "What is your opinion of the life that you have control over?"

PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 2:50 pm
by Brian
Despite the fact that this is probably the moss stressful time of year in the retail industry (I'm a grocery store employee), life has been very good.:)

PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:15 pm
by Garbo
i am very happy, very content. even when life gets crappy i've just realized i can't do anything about it, but see what i can change in myself. and surprisingly, this has made me so laid back and content. how odd.

PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:06 pm
by Methica
Nigel wrote:Methica did you accidentally post twice or are you trying to make your point more than clear? :mrgreen:



Twice accidentily..:P I know I need something more, but I´m still figuring out what... I know I want to write my book, lots of more poems, but I also want to learn a lot..:P
I still have no clue what I´m gonna do with my life, but still... There plenty of time left..

PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 10:47 pm
by nessieq
Garbo wrote:i am very happy, very content. even when life gets crappy i've just realized i can't do anything about it, but see what i can change in myself. and surprisingly, this has made me so laid back and content. how odd.

I've actually adopted a similar outlook recently, what with uni applications etc etc, I see it now that whatever'll be will be, and i'm powerless to stop it, i've just gotta learn how to sit back and enjoy the ride.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 3:21 pm
by koseklumpen
nessieq wrote:
Garbo wrote:i am very happy, very content. even when life gets crappy i've just realized i can't do anything about it, but see what i can change in myself. and surprisingly, this has made me so laid back and content. how odd.

I've actually adopted a similar outlook recently, what with uni applications etc etc, I see it now that whatever'll be will be, and i'm powerless to stop it, i've just gotta learn how to sit back and enjoy the ride.


That's good. I think it's much more important to enjoy what you're doing than just running after things, you probably never might reach. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't try hard to achieve something you really want, but if it doesn't...who knows, what it's good for???

PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 5:33 pm
by nessieq
koseklumpen wrote:
nessieq wrote:
Garbo wrote:i am very happy, very content. even when life gets crappy i've just realized i can't do anything about it, but see what i can change in myself. and surprisingly, this has made me so laid back and content. how odd.

I've actually adopted a similar outlook recently, what with uni applications etc etc, I see it now that whatever'll be will be, and i'm powerless to stop it, i've just gotta learn how to sit back and enjoy the ride.


That's good. I think it's much more important to enjoy what you're doing than just running after things, you probably never might reach. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't try hard to achieve something you really want, but if it doesn't...who knows, what it's good for???


Oh of course, it doesnt mean I'm going to stop pushing or trying or aiming for the very best, but if it doesnt happen, it's important to be able to let these things go.