Posted on June 25, 2014 Updated on June 24, 2014
This entry was posted in Philosophical, Psychology, Social Commentary, Spiritual and tagged Featured, Inspiration, Life, People, Philosophical, Psychology, Social Commentary, Spiritual, Thoughts.
I get the sentiment underlying the post. i really like your write up :)
Very nicely put :)
I’d really appreciate if u could spare some time and give me your feedback on –
It’s a picture. I need more and more people to tell me how they feel about it .
[ Smiles ] I shared my perspective about it on your blog.
i saw it. THANKS :)
[ Smiles ] You are welcome.
Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
THE AGE-OLD SAW….PERCEIVED REALITY VS. ACTUAL.
[ Smiles ] Thank you for reblogging!
Wow Renard I am blown away by your video…there are so many points that I want to touch on…
I want to say THANK YOU for sharing about “The Matrix”. I have watched this film 3 times & there is always something new to see & learn. I loved your thoughts about it because it is a DEEP movie with so much to say. It really gets me thinking about what is REAL & what is perception & illusion.
Many years ago I chose to change my life & do things that my family & friends did not ‘agree’ with. When I was younger, women did not work in factories & did not work as Tow Truck Owners/Operators. I did both. I ran a business at 19 years of age; flew by the seat of my pants with my hubby who was just a year older. WE decided to live the life we wanted; not what society or people believed was correct for us. I have always ‘danced to a different drummer” I have been told. In all honesty I wanted to be free.
I had some troubles along the way & after 16 years I decided to make myself whole & underwent an amazing & sometimes frightening journey of Psychotherapy. It took alot of hard work & courage & little by little I shed all the outdated ideas & ideals & I became the woman I was meant to be emotionally & spiritually. So not only did I bbecame free in my everyday life I was able to expand my metnal capabilities also.
To this day I stand up for my passions & my beliefs. I do not buckle under to peer pressure & yes there can be pressure even as one approaches their 60’s I am finding out. I live as I have chosen (to an extent due to physcial issues). I speak the truth about things & it makes me rather unpopular in some circles. I am true to myself. I cannot be bought.
Part of being free is to own integrity I feel.
In closing (I could type forever on this subject), let me leave you with this thought: “If you don’t stand for something; you will fall for anything!”
[ Smiles ] Thank you for your input, Sherri.
Ralph Smart, the gentleman in the video would be pleasd to know that!
Your welcome Renard. I must look up this Mr. Smart. Aptly named i’d say!
[ Laughs ] Yes, the name suits him.
;) It sure does.
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