Chapter 22: When Something Bad Happens by Leslie A. Fischman 12/08/17
Whenever something bad happens. Sometimes it's what you think that causes you to become worried. In that case best to listen to others, who are doing well. Nothing you create in your mind negative can turn things around for you in life into the positive. Its what you do that matters. What you do for yourself and others, those you care for and provide assistance to during trying times. Best to take care of yourself before making amends with others. Nothing positive can become of negative reactions.
Never underestimate the power and importance of focusing on now. What's in front of you not what's behind you. The only way to move forward in life is through disciplined activities. All other things follow suit, when you yourself are doing well.
Always do your best to respond with tact. Take what you need.
Its really sad when loss equals equality of purpose in life. When loss gives meaning to life. And when losses are required to help people see better. That's always a sad consequence. But never the end result. Just something else we must overcome. Never give up hope.
Sometimes we have to look forward to the times we remember best not recall the times we regret in order to move forward in life. What we represent now is all it takes in order to do what is required of us now to move forward in life and succeed with purpose and be on time in life. Being on time in life, means doing what is required of us. When we do what is required of us and follow laws, we are always prepared in advance for whatever comes our way. Never lose faith for tomorrow and the next day.
"Tomorrow and the next day" meaning ... when we plan too far ahead we lose sight of what's important to us right now, what's in front of us moving forward, our indecisiveness for our future is based upon the decisions we make for ourselves and others presently as we see fit. That reflects how much we care for ourselves and for others. Always do what is in your best interests and in the best interests of others in order for things to turn out well overall. Whenever any one person hurts we all hurt, that's the meaning of #worldpeace, never let the weather bring us down, stay strong, and don't let fear take over. Always be in control says my Mom. The weather does not control us. We are always in control.
You never know the true value of anything until you lose everything or until the threat of loss of everything you own.
Every failure in life has their excuses for hardship. Either blames their upbringing or those who advise them never taking responsibility for their own misconduct or hardships in life. To those I cannot relate. There's a wildfire today. So in the spirit of discovery I will write to them. It is understandable for the concerns they have as to my mental health and well being they are not the causes for my mental illness nor the causes for the #CaliforniaWildfires, the #CaliforniaWildfires if to be blamed on anyone's behalf would be because of #NorthKorea threatening us.
Today we pray for the homes we've lost. The new friends we've made. And the new peace we've managed to achieve and coverage sought for our errors, wrongs, disbeliefs, shortcomings, failures, upsets, angers, and fingers pointed, even with houses under fire still blaming natural causes upon one another; war is never the answer to resolve illness or hardships caused by natural causes. That is not how to resolve illness. That is not how to resolve hardship. That is not how to resolve war. That is not how to resolve weaknesses. That is not how to strengthen ones character. That is not how to live life. By hurting others or oneself. Or by putting others up or down. Take care of yourself. #WorldPeace #CaliforniaWildfires –What I think those who face hardships would be mindful of, looking at my progress, as a blogger with mental health issues, what to think and focus on, best advice given is usually the best advice taken, during difficult times.
(A) How to Repent
Repent for your sins. Your splashed paints and your selfishness. Repent for your lost sense of hope and your angered days. Repent for following the wrong ideas and holding false beliefs about others you held certain. Forget about your pasts and forgive those you've resented. Forget about those you've hated. Think about those who are alive. Forget about those who have passed, and remember their beings not relish in the glory of their purposes for dying. There is no purpose for dying that should be for a purpose other than for natural causes, if not, than by crimes punishable crimes and offenses. These are truths we hold self evident those are certainties that can be relied upon says the FBIDC trust always the Law and your Family first, your Friends second, and Strangers last.
It's never the victims fault. There's no one to blame for your troubles not you not anyone. Best you can do is move forward. During times of concern blame upon others only sets you and others back in time. When you fall behind the only one you hurt is yourself. Don't sell yourself short in life. -Given that, what you relate to: (1) yourself (2) the times (3) your understanding (4) is your responsibility NEVER (a) the responsibility of others and (b) never to the blame of others for your hardships trying to understand (i) causes and (ii) consequences. Everyone is responsible for their own choices in life: my choices are to: (1) marry (2) blog (3) write (4) campaign (5) volunteer (6) date (7) maintain sobriety (8) stay close to family and friends (9) maintain loyalty to my country (10) write iMovies (11) tell jokes (12) be supportive (13) keep a website (14) socialize when I feel like it (15) stay home.
Your faith goes through a lot of changes in life. It twists and it turns. Meaning sometimes you think you're on path on a positive route of thinking and then sometimes the opposite occurs when you are reading the minds of others not your own thoughts but the thoughts of others. This all too often occurs to people pleasers. People who will say negative things to please negative people then correct negativity with positivity. That's not the solution. But just noticed that pattern today.
Always be thankful for what you have in life. Life is short. Gifts are seldom given to those who given in to sin. Remember that always.
Remember to always be thankful for those who were there for you when you were down. Grateful for #AA.
The other side is really just 30 year olds who experienced terrorism. The 20 year olds experienced school shootings. I'm here to help both generations cope. It's an unfortunate set of circumstances. But if we just work together everything will work itself out. Just have faith. That's so important for positive outcomes to arrive. It's what we derive our causes from, from our esteems need be based on solid principles good sound bases of judgment moving forward.
There's nothing you can do to turn back time. There's nothing you can do to undo the past. There's nothing you can do to take back words spoken. There's nothing you can do when actions are not taken. There's nothing you can do when preventative measures are not taken. And most of all there's nothing you can do when you feel helpless. Just accept the times, where you are, what you've got, who you're with, what you have, and where you're going in life, that's all you've got left to live for is here and now. Time for everyone to move forward. The past is the past is the past is the past if not reused for creative purposes ONLY should be left in the past if not put to good use forward presented with class, gratitude, and perseverance and a supportive attitude.
Always be respectful of the spaces of others. You never know to whom may take offense. Be mindful of the opinions that others hold of you. It may be difficult for you to comprehend that you are not well liked by all but you are surely well liked by some if not by few and if not by few by just enough to get you by in life. Never lose faith, and never stop working on yourself. Do your best, when you're at you're best, others will want to be around you too.
Never assume anything in life. Not even the thoughts of others. Always be open to changes in opinion. Just as your opinions change so do the opinions of others about you. Not everything is about you in life. Remind yourself of that. People have lost homes, pets, family members, valuables, life is precious so are things.
Be thankful for everything that you have in life. Some people have less. -If you deserve it you will earn it. If you don't deserve it then work harder for it. Life is full of lessons to be learned. Some the hard way. Easy does it.
When you're feeling down and the odds are against you, keep going, that's when you're on the brink of self-discovery. No one ever improved resting on their laurels or by getting down on themselves. It's when we overcome hurdles in life we learn the most about ourselves.
There will be better days. Remind yourself of that. When you feel lost, when you feel down, when you feel like no one is listening there is always a way out back to sanity. No path is permanent in life. We are all capable of change.
Respect is sometimes about love. If you don’t love someone chances are you wont respect them. Respect can also be about liking qualities about someone. Therefore if you don’t like qualities about them you wont respect them. Respect can also be about money. If they don’t have something that you want then you wont respect them. -Haters pick and choose who they respect. But good people respect all people.
Always be please by the progress of others only your own disappointments with others can bring you down not other who are disappointing. –Inner circles are not small worls, small worlds are not based on inner circles, inner circles are not in control of small worlds, small worlds do not create inner circles, inner circles are not comprised of small worlds, small worlds do not make inner circles. –However when a natural disaster strikes, usually everyone is affected. That is because the causes are unknown, and when causes are unknown, it leads to trauma, and thoughts being provokes, i.e. torment and cases of traumatized thinking patterns, that have the possibility to lead to mental illness, the spread of. Why its important to understand the effects of trauma, to know how to help. –Natural disasters are hard to accept, from what point does a state of paranoia begin, and to whom and why does that have an affect on the general interpretations of others or does it have an affect at all, that is the question, only the professionals understand these concepts. –We often blame people for events that don’t make sense or we cant comprehend we look above to agencies, groups, organizations, and eventually God, and ask why? It’s normal to feel anger, sadness following disaster, and to cry.
You shouldn’t care if people don’t like you because negative thoughts about self guided by others can cause mental illness or hatred for oneself or a false set of beliefs as to what others think and say about you behind your back, aka delusions self fulfilling prophecies. –Or stuff you think but don’t say because its mean to make people look stupid feel stupid generally. I see now the best way forward is to participate always … I stayed quiet in school for too long (2008-2013).
When somebody just because of who you are treats you as less than and because you are treated as less than it interferes with your ability to achieve in life, is called sexism. There’s no excuse for it. All Women are smart. All people should be treated equally in the workforce regardless of their level of social and emotional intelligence, be treated professionally, for the skills they have to offer, not based on attraction or ability to promote a business based upon looks. –Its ones professional demeanor that shines.
We all have moments of inspirations when we feel like the world is at our fingertips. Then something hits us and suddenly everything feels impossible. One day at a time. Life's all about setting goals for yourself: short term, and long term goals. The more you accomplish each day the better you'll feel tomorrow day in and day out.
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