Colors: Cyan Color

Are you embarrassed by your flaws, faults, or failings? Funny how, when we see a character in a movie or book who has weaknesses, we actually relate to them and root for them. No matter how shy or insecure he is, you always pray that in the end, he gets the girl. And no matter how awkward or uncertain she is, you hope she gets that dream job after the interview. So why, oh why, are we not rooting and roaring for ourselves the same way?

“You’re so cool.” That’s one compliment that will never go out of style, isn’t it? You know those who are irresistibly confident and seem to have the entire world at their disposal. Ah, yes, those cool people. So intriguing and unique.

You don’t believe that you will ever be okay again. You’re dizzy from the horror of daily world events, never mind juggling work responsibilities, school, or family. And you don’t even have time for the nervous breakdown that you deserve. Sheesh. Well, you know what they say: “The best way to appreciate your job is to imagine yourself without one.” And look at this way, sweet friends: You’re still breathing. That means you’ve already survived all of your past setbacks and stumbling blocks. You obviously have the strength and ability to learn, change, and grow. The trick is to believe it.

Sooo, you hit the gym daily, limit those carbs, and get it all done. You’re in great shape and oh so healthy. But are you? Well, first off, you can always “carb load.” In other words, eat all the pies, pasta, and bread you can get your hands on the night before the race. After all, you know what they say: The second day of a diet is always easier than the first. By the second day, you’re off it. Lol.

Wow, you are speaking “your truth.” I guess it must be true then. Think again. Objective truth is country miles from subjective perceptions, and it’s high time we admit that. Acting as if our opinions or ideas are some prevailing truth has actually caused untold universal deceit. Sure, you hear “experts” speak with a great deal of authenticity and accuracy; but how real are their assertions? Remember that denying facts does not make something accurate or remotely legitimate.