Predictable Patterns

There are predictable patterns in nature.

The cycle of the seasons, the phases of the moon, the turning of the tides, or the migration of certain animals spring to mind.

Some people are equally predictable. Just wind them up and watch them go.

Little clockwork contrivances.

Some are amusing, but only for short periods of time. They wear out quickly.

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Sometimes…

People suck. A lot. Being insufferable douchenozzles or annoying asshats are the only things that they are good at, and they go out of their way to be so, constantly and consistently.

On a positive note, there are also people who radiate genuine good-heartedness and true, open spirituality. They are rare and wonderful beings to encounter, and one never forgets the ones whom we are fortunate enough to happen across.

Quote of the day

Yep – this is very true.
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welcome to my little piece of quiet

A sensitive soul sees the world through the lens of love.
-Unknown

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Quote of the day

This is good…I do this all of the time, but never really thought about why.
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welcome to my little piece of quiet

What is different for an introvert is that we don’t naturally look to others for comfort when we’re lonely. We think about it, considering the people we might talk to and how that will go, but then often opt for the privacy and expansiveness of solitary reflection. I am very selective when I’m in a tender place. I don’t want someone who will cut me short and cheer me up or too quickly offer solutions. I want someone who will give me a lot of room, someone who will allow me to be alone as we’re together. And I’m willing to risk being alone, by myself, if the alternative means compromising my inner process.
-Laurie Helgoe

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