Knowledge is power. We hear this everywhere. For those who believe they are trapped in a life void of potential or enslaved by money and obligation, I imagine you feel the course of your lives are consequent to any number of constraining conditions, all over which you have no control. Why do you feel this way?
Happy Late Thanksgiving Di-Cypher readers! Have you, our readers, at least once, participated in the overly melodramatic, Turkey Day jig where the hosts asks dinner guests to take turns around the table sharing for what it is that each guest is thankful?
A minute after Holly Holm defeated Ronda Rousey most people said, “I Told You So…”
You already know my exasperation with useless platitudes. Idealogs spout these quipy blanket generalizations in rhetoric as whimsical justifications for their present condition. Just yesterday, I heard again, the frustrating brain fart, “People don’t change.”
Time, as general concept, tends to take a bad wrap. It is literally the agonizingly slow and tortuous tick tock that counts down the seconds to our inevitable biological expiration date. Right? Wrong!
“Set goals.” “Write your goals down.” We’ve all heard it many times. Don't fall victim to the craze
So you’ve heard it a million times by now, “Be positive…” or… “You’re too negative...” and... "Always be positive... your life has no room for negativity..." Should that always be true?