When you meet 'the one' the universe will show you the price of what you've wished for. The real deal is never cheap. You will see what is on the table and what the cost is. It is an honest system. Those who won't wait for their soulmate or take on any struggle can't have 'The One." This kind of magic is a thing you must pay for with personal struggle. You may be asked to wait for them. Your pathways may come together and separate again for months or years. Those who will pay the price of emotional pain can learn what love is... can feel the blessing of true love. So, I ask you, is your lover worth it? You chose.
"For writers in the next half century and beyond, a comprehension of how creative writing, neurology, biology and our environment interact will be essential for a successful career."
- a link to the full article is in my bio and on the Descriptionari "About" page.
Angela Abraham (Daisy)
"When we make daily choices that are emotionally indifferent, the sort that the money-nexus makes faux-virtues of, we build our capacity for emotional indifference at the direct expense of our capacity for empathy, and thus the conflict between money and love is laid bare."
"Adjective and noun associations are worthy of our consideration because by careful linkage of words such as 'black' with strong emotionally positive words (such as in 'black heavens' and 'noble black night') we can start to program subconscious bias from the brain by creating a background neurochemistry that is more positive. This keeps the prefrontal cortex more fully operational and encourages more empathy in both thoughts and behaviours. Thus society develops better through their own choices and evolves. This is part of social evolution and this kind of awareness in writers is essential."
"It turns out, as obviousness would have it, that our brains (especially those of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in this case) have been teaching us neurology through comic books and the movies that have come from them."
Full article linked to from my profile, click "abraham" below, awesome!!
As I return home I feel the adjustment begin. My state of ever alertness clings rather than letting go. It is so very difficult to trust my command to the hands of another, but it is all part of the job. We are trained to train others, to build better commanders and step aside when they are ready. Home will feel good, but it's gonna take a little time.
We are the seals. We go and fight missions that seem impossible, until we win. This time we volunteered to fight for the enemy. Once in we turned their fighters into willing prisoners of war, got them asylum and a new start. They were just kids roped into being soldiers. Well, blow that for a game of soldiers! It was time they went home... or to a new home... whatever we could do. There are many ways to decimate an enemy army. We did good. We stopped the war much faster. Less parents lost their kids. More civilians lived. This is what being a seal is all about.