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How to be a nice person lesson 1. Do not undervalue other peoples pain. Their life lessons are subjective, and utterly without your context.
This meeting needs more dragons.
Sometimes, you just want to knock over all the furniture, make a blockade fort, and fashion weapons and armor from your office supplies.
How to be a nice person. Lesson 2. Never be dismissive of others open emotions. They may be based on wrong thinking, but they are present.
I can stay calm in the midst of turmoil, because I'm usually the cause.
Sometimes, I notice that I think differently than others. Not just about different things, but by completely different processes.
If someone tells you you've hurt them, you don't have to understand why or how. The fact they told you should be enough. Make it right.
Those precious magnificent crazy intellectual brilliant few I call friend? They are family. In my heart, there is no difference.
Shades of rainy days make a back drop to florescent lights. My mind is where I am not, and nothing seems so hard to maintain as the present.
Let me have as much fun as I want, I'll do as much work as I possibly can. So... Let's keep complaints focused on output, not on processes.
In my life, I think- what would I have grown up to be, to do, without outside influence of society and family? Easy. Space Cowboy Sheriff.
How wonderful that we have a sense of aesthetics. We can be uplifted by Beauty or enchanted by grace. Awe, inspiration, or simple delight.
People are always telling me I can't do this, or I can't do that. I'm all like "No. I *shouldn't* do this or that. I absolutely CAN do it."
Gratitude is the most fleeting of emotions, it requires the light of humility to see.
Some of you are so beautiful, it makes my chest seem three sizes too small for my heart.
Imagination too bright for appropriate syntactical application. Current context lost in restrictive weaves of 140 million Prisms: Twitter.
Words are important. Freedom verses liberty, rights verses privileges. I see the anger of people misusing these words, and giggle.
There is not enough dancing.
I am a free radical. I work super hard, fit in many places, and adapt; but ... Its all in an effort to earn leeway.