Stop The World, I Want To Get Off

Linda Poitras By Linda Poitras, 30th Jul 2016 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2397i-pl/
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Don't you wish you could stop the world to get off for a breather? What is going on with the human race? Have they no pride? No heart? No Love?

Don't be like that.

Go grab yourself a cup of coffee ... let's put the world on hold for a moment, and enjoy the coffee ... here's my morning chronicle ...

Good Morning Everyone ....


Don't you wish you could stop the world to get off for a breather? What is going on with the human race? Have they no pride? No heart? No Love?

Don't be like that.

Hold your head high. There's no reason why you should feel blown away by what others say or do. If they want to act negatively, that's is literally their problem, not yours.

Nobody knows more than you what is best for you. Nobody knows more than you what you are capable of achieving.

People can definitely be of encouragement and support and that is great for you. You see the good they reflect and you can tap into it.

Don't pay attention to those who want to drag you down with their silly notions of what they think you are. You are who you are regardless of what they think, say or do.

Go grab yourself a cup of coffee ... let's put the world on hold for a moment, and enjoy the coffee ... here's my morning chronicle ...

Being outraged is a poor way to show that you care. I'm sure you've noticed here and everywhere that people use so many dramatic expressions of outrage to substitute for actual caring that they should win an Academy Award for best dramatic performance.

Some don't make a scene ... they give the whole Broadway musical.

Most times the people that are the loudest make me wonder what they are hiding behind their big mouths. No one really benefits from an offensive outrage. What people benefit from though is acts of kindness, encouragement, support, respect and generosity.

Instead of loudly expressing your values, consider showing them in the way you live. Your actions speak louder than words and plus they give you credibility when you do actually speak. Operative word here is "speak" not yell or scream or be offensive and disrespectful.

Be ambitious not arrogant. I know some confuse the two and sometimes the differences are subtle but it's not hard to tell them apart.

Ambition is expecting the best from yourself while arrogance means you believe you are better than everybody. Ambition wants to make a difference while arrogance believes it is indispensable. Ambition is disciples and assertive while arrogance is pushy. Ambition is responsible and respectful while arrogance is destructive and disdainful.

Yes, there's a lot to be outraged about. The world is going crazy. You can't make the world stop so you can get off, unfortunately, but come on ... really? You think your big mouth is going to change the world? I say put your money where your mouth is and show me.

I always say don't take your freedom for granted ... here's a way to celebrate your freedom. Speak your mind with compassion, understanding and genuine love. With freedom comes serious responsibilities. You are free to choose the direction of your life. With that comes the responsibility of what happens as a result. You might not like the results but without responsibility there is no freedom.

Freedom is a powerful thing. Give to life all those great things that come from living in freedom. Make the world a better place.

Well my friends, it's time to go. Be good to one another and don't take your freedom for granted because seriously, it's not a given for everyone to do so.

Celebrate your freedom and SMILE .... you're on life's candid camera!

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author avatar Linda Poitras
I was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. In 2004 I married my American Mr. Man and 2 years later we moved to isla Margarita, Venezuela

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
1st Aug 2016 (#)

Be the baseless Moon. It waxes and wanes and you get off for a few days and return invigorated again.

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author avatar Linda Poitras
2nd Aug 2016 (#)

I settle for a hair salon lol

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author avatar Retired
11th Oct 2016 (#)

I agree with you Linda a hair salon, makes us ladies feel better. Great post.

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author avatar Linda Poitras
11th Oct 2016 (#)

thank you very much Carmen ... much appreciated

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