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Quand il n'est pas occupé par son herbier, le petit P sème des pierres blanches dans la forêt... Adepte de vieilles séries policères allemandes, il n'est pas peu commun de le trouver en train de manger la choucroûte devant la télé!


19 novembre 2007

Get up and seize the world! Really...

There's a theory of romantic interaction amongst humans that fits the reality quite well, people either chase the real deal or the symptom they think can fulfill their needs!

One can chase love or try to have a trophy wife...
Try to have sex with women (or men) in order to feel loved...
Chase the riches and dilapidate them in inconsequent ways in order to feel popular...
Give ostentatiously in order to feel generous or even worse for other people to think one is generous...
Have the biggest, best and most expensive christmas gifts to make people think one is so great, but not offer one coffee in the year...
And so on and so on...

Well, there is work to be done in order not to have one's choices made for oneself...
- Chase whatever one wants to chase...
- Choose whatever one wants to choose...

Sure, it demands that one get out of one's comfort zone by
- Taking a moral stance, but remain able to live tolerance...
- Having an opinion and making it heard (even if it's being neutral, moderate or even having the guts of affirming that one doesn't know, when apparently everyone knows)
- Standing for your fears, limits and weaknesses. Everything most people hide because they feel they are a fraud about to be uncovered
- Standing for your ambitions, strengths, passions and desires. Everything one is not supposed to admit, everything that makes one unique and apart from the crowd (sometimes admired, sometimes envied, sometimes contempted from the politically correct)

The beautiful part in those honest ways is that in the end one becomes what one should be:
- For starters, independant and moved by self-confidence
- Knowing one's path and purpose in career and life
- And if one has a good nature, often quite attractive

Well...

What do you think?

Really?

P

PS: The author would like to thanks Ayn Rand, Buddha & Kevin Cashman for their contribution to this post...

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