Charles Dickens wrote, “A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other.”
We are fascinated by secrets, rumors and gossip.
I used to be offended by a statement like that until it became obvious.
“Obvious?!?”, someone might argue.
Maybe secrets, rumors and gossip are not the fascination of everyone, but how else can you explain:
– The popularity of fantasy sports & their paid “Insider” features
– The popularity of TMZ & the volumes of celebrity gossip
– The illegality of insider trading
– The mumblings and rumblings as most school lunch tables
Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2011
in How To, Relational, Social, Values
Tonight I mentioned that I would like to live and to die with self-respect. I have made many mistakes, but I do not settle for “that’s the way I am.” Our world is filled with low expectation. It’s too easy to have low standards.
I intentionally live the way I wish that other people did. Rather than complain and judge others for not being this or that I strive to fess up when I screw up, or blame no one for my choices. I am accountable and want to help others by my example first, my words second.
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Keep Your Love Alive – Work Together, Part 2
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