Out Of The Woods

Who is perfect? That is a silly rhetorical question, because at times, God or whatever rules the universe does not even seem to be perfect the way this world can seem to anyone unconscious or fully conscious about what is really going on. However, this is the way out of the woods of confusion: Get competent at living and be genuinely detail oriented and careful about what you experience in reality. Oh, that seems simple, indeed, is it easy to practice? As we can tell by everything that goes “not to plan” in reality, it is not an easy thing at all.

Every life wants to scream “action now!” or “give up!” at different times in its evolution and reality, but, like the game life genuinely is, life must be played to the best of the ability of the person playing it and a “cool head” and even temper must be kept even in the worst or best circumstances. That means, when things get bad you must take a balanced and rational approach to keep on an even keel even when things get at their worst. Even when things are great you cannot get carried away on a “lucky streak” or full of yourself like nothing else wrong can happen.

That last sentence in the last paragraph makes me think of the Kevin Hart car accident in the Malibu Hills, you can have all the “great luck” and “blessings” in the world, but if you do not have an even temper and realistic attitude about them, having it made can go wrong in the worst way that is corrupted by carelessness upon yourself. On the other hand, even in the worst situations, there can be a way out if you are patient, understanding, tolerant, creative and intelligent: I look at the singer in the Los Angeles subway system, Emily Zamourka on the other hand to the example of Kevin Hart I just mentioned. Through her creativity and inner strength, I understand that she is ultimately going to help herself out of a bad situation as homelessness, and “being down on luck” is. I get it, whether good or bad, for things to work, and to get through the woods, you must have a cautious, logical, realistic and even temper that is conducive to successfully navigating life in a good, rational and successful way ultimately, or end up “failing like the rest who do not make it” by thinking things are easy, and that the game does not take skill, work, or a householders attitude. What I mean by a householders attitude is a realistic work ethic, cautiously guarding your advantages, and best of all thinking realistically and deeply always, taking nothing for granted. After all, the key to all anger management is simply a rational approach to all situations that sees both sides of a problem objectively anyway. Ultimate subjectivity is irrational anger. Sure, I believe in right and wrong, and there are times to get angry, but also I understand that everything must be looked at realistically to be valid, anger or “normal” good temperament. So, finally I look at it this way, genuine success is perfection, genuine failure is the ultimate imperfection through our attitudes, perceptions and understanding about reality.

Source by Joshua Clayton