Personal development, self-help, personal growth. Whatever you call it, it’s akin to growing the garden that is you. What better way to grow a garden than with some soil, water, sunshine and love?
With so many individuals attempting to cash out on this, it’s no wonder many people are turned off by it. That’s a great place to continue this from.
Don’t take anything personally. Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering.” – Don Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements
Of all the people I could’ve quoted I choose this person and topic. We’ll see in our future, one way or another, that over-analysis will not take us forward. Like recursion, how many times do we have to leverage dogmatic thinking before we release or break the chain?
Due to the nature of aspiration, personal growth is exactly what this blog would go under. It doesn’t mean it’s inherently bad, and it is not a platform for me to shove my opinion into others lives. I’m sharing because I have something to give to the world. If that’s something that interests you, then check back regularly.
Since dogmatic thinking is specific to a craft, what would happen if we took the training wheels off of that craft? Is there a way to qualify others’ insights before applying them to save time? How would such a technology work? Speaking of technology, what was technology considered before computers came around?