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About Me

Your opinion on me will expire in time.
This is an intermediate phase, I am under construction.
You can form an opinion on me but you don't see all.
All descriptions of reality are temporary hypotheses.
What you see can be part of something bigger, perhaps too big to notice. And I will not apogolize for my behaviour; you let it get to you mentally. And I will not justify myself to you or be ashamed of who I am.

I am here now, and I am like this.
It's nice if I am of any use to you, experiences are good for development. But do not build expectations on it. Expectations are cruel.

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Graduate/Motherless/Films/Iron Maiden!/Poetry/Books/Therapy/Guitar/Proud/Non-Smoker/Feels in images, colours and sound/No drugs/Thinker/Outcast/Strong.

And probably a lot more, but if you really want to know, ask me!


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Posted 11 Years Ago


Start with joy

There's a reason why the sunrise is so beautiful and magnificent. It sets the stage for a positive, fulfilling day.
When you start the day by choosing to be joyful, you put yourself in a creative, effective state of mind. You'll make yourself better able to handle whatever may come your way during the day.

A relationship that gets off to a positive start at the very beginning will quickly flourish and build great value. You can forge a positive relationship with each day when you begin it in a joyful way.

Even if the day is gray and gloomy you can choose to start it with a positive experience of your own making. Fulfillment comes to those who make it happen, and there's no better time than the beginning of your day to start moving forward.

There's an endless list of ways in which you can begin the day on a positive note. And the days that start well have the best chance of going well.

A new day arrives, ready to be lived. Choose to start it with joy.

-- Ralph Marston