Life of Applied Learning

Do you have the capacity and the interest to observe things as they are in reality?

Some only “hope” their way through the days, looking away from realities that surround them.  Realities that offer resistance in order to change them for the better are purposefully overlooked.  Looking away is the downhill and difficult decision to do nothing about what is observed.  Reality will become harder and harder to avoid.

Some observe their way through the day, uphill or not.  They accurately perceive and respond in the realities around them as they relate with others.  Especially those realities that may grow to be greater challenges in the future when left unattended.  Observing, discovering, relating, processing and connecting a process to learn and apply what you are learning through the days is the easy decision.  Matters are dealt with as you learn to set a purposeful course.

Easy choices, hard life.  Hard choices, easy life.  (Gregorek)

“[The] power of accurate observation…is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.”   —  George Bernard Shaw  — 


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