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A time comes when in a world overloaded with information, we can be left with the lingering question of how to find purpose and meaning every day. How do we find our gift and power? Do we truly have a gift to give? Do we have power to be the best we can be? Yes indeed. You see, our will, is the greatest power we have. When desire and belief are present each day, clarity comes. When we have desire and clarity, we can then use it for good. We can make better decisions. We can be confident. We can appreciate. We can forgive. We can love. We can smile. We can be grateful. We can dream and accomplish. Yes, when we embrace the power of the will, we soar higher each day. Perhaps it may be a little each day. But persistence combined with desire yields powerful results. Each day is a gift and an opportunity to exercise our will. Sow to do good, and you will reap a harvest of goodness. Everything that happens is part of the process of soaring to give what we came to this world to give. Yes, our will when used for good, transcends the materialistic world that often leaves many empty and unfulfilled. But when we use our will for goodness, the fulfillment is endless.
A friend shared this and I totally agree…..I wish everyone could do the same.
I’m walking into 2018 with a clear heart and mind…..if you owe me, don’t worry about it – you’re welcome…if you wronged me, it’s all good-lesson learned….if you’re angry with me, you’ve won….if we aren’t speaking, it’s cool (I love you and wish you well)…if you feel I’ve wronged you, I apologize….Life is too short for pent up anger, holding grudges and extra pain. Here’s to 2018!!! ….Feel free to copy and paste and spread the positive forgiveness. Love to all. ❤️
Happy New Year!
With all that is going on in our crazy world, this article caught my attention for many reasons, but most importantly, I’d like to hear from my fellow bloggers. Objectively speaking—do you agree with this article? Why or why not?
Ben Shapiro, December 20, 2017
So, what’s the easiest way to make a million dollars these days?
The answer, apparently, is to write a short story about an awkward sexual experience you pursued, but left you upset — and which made you feel like a victim. Then you have a shot at a $1 million advance from a major publisher.
That’s the news out of Simon & Schuster, which just picked up a series of stories from Kristen Roupenian, author of a viral story in The New Yorker titled “Cat Person.” The price: over $1 million.
For those who haven’t read the story, it’s essentially about a 20-year-old woman who meets a 34-year-old man, texts with him, has drinks with him, has awkward sex with him (she variably wants to have sex and doesn’t, then decides to go through with it despite not enjoying it), and then never responds to his texts again. The punch line: the man eventually texts her, calling her a “whore.” She is, the piece seems to suggest, a victim of circumstance and uncomfortable expectations.
But let’s analyze the piece in a different light. Let’s imagine, for just a moment, that the sexes were reversed. Let’s imagine that a 20-year-old man went to bed with a 34-year-old woman desperate for something deeper than sex alone — and that it went badly and the man never called the woman again. Is there any doubt that the man would be viewed as the villain in the story?
Now, the story apparently resonates with many women — it’s a window into thinking for women who feel pressured into sex, who feel obligated to have sex with men who have expectations of sex. The story is well-written and evocative — and even more so, it’s shaded (Margot, the female main character, isn’t exactly portrayed as an angel — she’s shallow, self-deceptive, and vain).
But there’s something perverse about many of the commentaries on the story, which suggest that the somewhat generic male, Robert, is a stand-in for toxic masculinity, and that Margot is a victim of that toxic masculinity. In a society that draws no clear lines linking sex to commitment and meaning, vagueness abounds — and this story is the result of that vagueness. But many commentators are attempting to remove that vagueness and make the story a tale from the #MeToo moment, trying to draw a new Manichean dichotomy between women, who are apparently innocent of all sin, and men, who are apparently responsible for all sin. That’s inaccurate in real life, and it’s a shallow take on the story.
Unfortunately, that shallow take has become the new norm. It’s probably what will make Roupenian rich, and drain her work of its subtlety and complexity in the public mind. And that’s too bad, because her story raises questions that it doesn’t come close to answering.
Hi fellow bloggers!
This is at the core of anyone who has accomplished anything great, whether the world knows or not. Sometimes greatness doesn’t look or feel so grand. Sometimes it’s in the small and simple things in our routine that impacts those around us in a great and meaningful way. So I’d say, this is the only way to live—with passion, purpose, and persistence!