Maturity is changing, evolving, being responsible, taking care of yourself and others. It is listening, handling pressure, transitioning, regenerating and caring. It’s not not buying into drama but enjoying the drama that comes with change. Admitting you make mistakes and owning up to them. It is respecting people for who they are and who they will become. Meet the fear of maturity with strength and courage.
Happy Friday to all my friends and fellow bloggers out there. Let’s make it a great day and finish the week strong. Love and peace!
Its Friday and I’m so glad. We made it through another week. It’s something you can be excited about. Have a great day and weekend ahead.
Grief I have found is like spaghetti. There is a whole lot going on with a plate full and you don’t know which strands to start with first. What I mean by that is every strand is a different issue in your grieving whether it be the loss of a loved one or a friend. The size pile could represent how many years where you in each others lives. There is also on what terms did you leave things when they departed. How the spaghetti tastes could be how much you enjoyed your time together because delicious spaghetti is something you like to have all the time.
How big of a bite of this plate full of issues are you going to take and does it all make sense. This is what I am dealing with is how do I address all of it. One bite at a time makes the most sense but there is frustration and how do you cope with it.
The picture above is plain spaghetti it’s when you add sauce and cheese is when it could become something different indeed. I hope this all makes sense.
Inspired by fellow blogger Robin I have switched my Linux distribution back to Xubuntu 18.04 from Ubuntu 19.04. This is due in part to Ubuntu not wanting to load properly. Xubuntu also uses fewer system resources and is very customizable without a lot of tweaking. I added a few apps for audio, photo management, photo editing, a calendar that syncs with Google and a few other things. I can always add more things as I need it too. Like Robin said its like coming home to a familiar neighborhood.
I am not sure what to write about it being Monday today. The blogging spirit is alive in me but the words aren’t flowing. Once I figure it out I will be sure to let you know.
Be kind, be good, be yourselves no matter what this Monday brings your way. While you are at it hold those closest to you closer today and every day. Tomorrow is always uncertain.
I live in the land of I don’t know.
You live in the land of I don’t know
We all live in the state of not knowing
I don’t know what my point here was…
We live in a technologically broadband world where we want things to be delivered to our screens and front door as fast as possible. Going back to anything slower would not be acceptable. Technology has changed our world.
If we are using broadband and change in technology as a metaphor it makes me wonder why politically and culturally so many people want to go back to the dark ages. No one I know is pining for the good old days of dial-up Internet where it took forever to get online and we had to wait so long for things to appear on our screens.
Lately there has been the call of going back to a time where some feel like the world was at its best makes me wonder. Can you imagine people not having access to a broadband world let alone a world of opportunities they were not able to enjoy. Doesn’t it make sense to move forward and to give everyone the broadest opportunities in life where information as well as free and open existence is something they can count on.
Those who seek to narrow the bandwidth of life sound selfish to me. To throttle the speed of change isn’t a very just thing to do. A fast pipe is not too much to ask for people who seem to be told that 56K dial-up is all they should ever hope to get. Let’s just hope some people aren’t going to be taken back to the time before technology revolutionized everything. I hope that no one would have to be relegated to places where they aren’t even let in a library or a school or even places where people are making decisions that impact their lives.