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[Sep. 13th, 2005|01:28 pm]
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Well, I hit one of my quirks this morning. Sometimes I need to be more forceful. It's frustrating seeing someone listening to someone else and not me when they ask to be told to do something. In a way I feel like I failed a test. ::::shaking my head:::::::

Well, I've got to start getting my own life ordered. So time for me to log off here and get my own act together. People don't listen to failures, and that's what I feel like most of the time lately.
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[User Picture]From: saintgeorge
2005-09-13 07:35 pm (UTC)

It's all in how you look at life.

If nobody listened to losers, nobody would listen to anybody.

You should make a list of all the things you have failed at, and another list of all the things you have succeeded at and compare the lists. If you have succeeded at even one thing then you have accomplished something. And if you have failed at a hundred things then you are no different from the rest of humanity. For example: I cannot understand the Klingon language, so that makes me a failure and you a winner.
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[User Picture]From: nitemirror
2005-09-13 11:31 pm (UTC)

Re: It's all in how you look at life.

Thanks, Pat. Actually, after having the afternoon to think about it, what spawned this post was a bit more than my huge feelings of inadequacies. Another part was feeling the outsider and wanting to be a part of the group -- another type of inadequacy I suppose.

I came back here planning on deleting this post and would have if you hadn't got here first. Actually, my afternoon musings, made me come to ... hmm, I was going to play a semantic game. I have different words for my conclusions, but I guess it boils down to what you were getting at if spiced with a somewhat different seasoning of words.
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