I know you don’t care but since I am an addicted list maker I have been tinkering with my blogging schedule here at RJsCorner. In order to not fixate on the political scene I have committed to addressing more diversified topics. That diversity is driven by my blogging schedule as shown at the top of this and every page.
Monday is the only day I allow myself to concentrate on the political scene inside the beltway and particularly inside the Oval Office topics. Any more than that could drive me to insanity. 🙂 I have just changed Tuesday to blogging about my 10 pillars of life as shown here. My 10 pillars help define what I am and why I am on this earth. So to that end, I will be spending Tuesdays concentrating on one of those ten topics.
Today’s post will concentrate on explaining the second pillar on this list.
I realize that I am prone to depression when things don’t go as I think they should. During those pity-party periods, I tend to think that I am the only one who has my problem-of-the-day. Of course, thinking that a problem is exclusively mine makes it harder to deal with. We must each realize that no matter what our problems are there are people out there who have been there before us and can help us with them. They will show us ways to cope with our problems. Siri might be a good start in finding them but she is never a total solution. 😳
Over the years I have learned a lot by studying how others cope. So, my #6 pillar helps in accepting dealing with my #2 pillar. Never stop learning. Never think you know all there is to know. People who are convinced of that almost certainly know less that anyone.
Pillar #2 – You Are Not Alone
In future posts I will be giving you some personal stories about realizing that I was not alone with particular problems.