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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

develop-mental critique

People interpret most negative facts as complaints, but complaining isn't logical. I wonder if SPOCK ever complained on Star Trek. There is an emotional element to complaining that links to responsibility. This need to assume responsibility during the teenage stage makes complaints a develop-mental marker.

All parents have characteristics that demand rejection because they got them from their parents. Social evolution, like a gritty wind, smoothes over rough edges of behavioral difficulties. Since changes seem to come from the major complaints this behavior is a legacy to reinvest.

Freedom is a growing concern. Choice is for control factors concerning results. The ability to respond differently when necessary comes from experiences of flexibility. Wanting more ability than what seems access-able is what triggers complaining.

The American constitution offered more people the entitlement(s) to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The wisdom to limit government for larger social trust was inspirational. The class entitlements were eased into a self-responsibility potential.

Acknowledging the need for help doesn't always come with approval. When critical details can be blamed on others the individual securities are not being balanced (or checked). Encouragement is a delicate balance between approval and criticism. Complaints distract the effort sharing process.

To blame and shame others is a responsibility removal trick we like to play on ourselves. Self-Sustainability increases with the ability to respond better (than you thought) in every situation because feelings are being guided by an inclusive spirit. Denial and rejection are aspects of depression. Could self-complaints be the worse?



Blogger Inspector Michael D . . . said...

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5/11/06, 11:21 AM  
Blogger Imemine said...

"Not a crazy job!" exclaimed the executioner. "No complaints."

I don't think that much. I just complain. If people don't listen, I do what I have to do.

5/14/06, 1:33 AM  
Blogger jim said...

what are you anyway, the complaint department, okay, how about old people jobs, they are all gone, this society and its restructuring and getting rid of all the deadwood has done away with financial security for the old and poor. if you can't run for 12 hrs a day 6 days a week and do the work of two men, you are screwed, if you got a problem with your health then it gets worse than that, and the eyes, even with glasses, they are prejudiced against glasses now, interferes with productivity, having to clean and adjust them all the time. i mean how much of that is my fault, whose fault is it, 2 years from social security, and i can't get even a day job, much less a regular part time position. then they took my driving license away, that made it bad, except for the bus which costs more to ride than the car and insurance costed. revolution is called for, nothing else will work.

5/14/06, 12:55 PM  
Blogger bradford said...

Revolution could be the next trend if the tipping point of exclusive debt peddlars finally leaves us all included in a credit-able creative concept of TRUST. Property was given to us by the founding fathers from Kings who were believed to own it all. The TRUST is the new vehicle for accumulating values.

5/15/06, 12:24 AM  

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