saturday night: ^ bent this blog is about my life, and my intentions are not to get rich off of it, or to become "famous" or “recognized” because of it. My original thoughts behind midterm yesterday were and I quote, “this blog is simply a place to share some of my thoughts and everyday findings” … “because I always seem to have a loss for things to do.” and I feel like I’m getting further and further away from that idea. It’s clear that I am growing and making better decisions and as a result it is being shown through my blog and possibly getting me more hits and followers but let it be clear that this is not a commercial blog. This is simply a piece of the very large puzzle of my life. If I haven’t posted in awhile it’s probably because I’m living my life just like you are, and taking time to understand myself and the universe beyond my computer screen and camera. I don’t plan to stop blogging anytime soon and it is one of my favorite things to do. But until further notice this is not my job, it is just a past time. And I really do appreciate all those who follow and check back every single day even when I don’t post. It’s a new month and more importantly a new season so I figured I would handle it accordingly. hello october.
midterm: a medically imperative one week break from sex, booze, ecstasy, etc. yesterday: the day one reasonably resolves to change destructive patterns of behavior.
savoir faire - to know, to do
increasingly, life will throw up extraordinary scenarios that require greater adeptness and higher levels of skills than previous experiences required. so its in your best interest to actively seek to gain the knowledge, poise and maturity that you may be called upon to demonstrate in the future. you need savoir faire. savoir faire is a grace and ability to harmonize that will carry you through any event that life dishes up. it is most often learned through observing other people - sometimes if only to learn what not to do. so when someone acts bad, imagine how you might change the outcome by acting out the parts in your mind. imagine the outcome of a difficult situation where no one loses face, and where everyone walks away a winner. savoir faire is the inner voice that helps us to do the right thing, at the right time, for the highest good of all concerned. - girlosophy, anthea paul