Sometimes it’s helpful to re-point our point of view.
To be less than happy, but not unhappy enough to take corrective action is to be stuck in emotional mediocracy.
Good intentions are no excuse for bad actions. Intention matters. Why do you do, say, and think what you do?
To improve your friend retention, make it your intention, to share your views with kindness.
Our brain is tangible and physical, but our consciousness isn’t. We can’t prove it exists, but when we’re awake we’re aware of it.
Arguing with people whose intention is to prove you wrong creates many unnecessary, negative emotions.
For me God is like consciousness. I can’t scientifically prove He exists, but when I’m awake, I’m aware of Him.
To camouflage your intentions is to engage in deception.
Biblical inclusion: “There is none righteous;” “All have sinned;” “All we like sheep have gone astray.”
To begrudge someone’s blessings is to belittle your own blessings.