Words are an encumbrance
Words are an encumbrance to thought.
When we wish for direct communication with the inner nature of things
It is the consciousness of reason that holds us back.
Thus we can only regard these outward trappings, as obstacles,
On the way to gaining a clear perception of truth.
You cannot do everything
Do everything for everyone
Do everyone else’s job as well as your own
Take responsibility for everyone else’s actions
Neglect your own duties
You can only do so much each day.
With people who have the same interests as you do
With all manner of people not just your own kind
Enough to cultivate networks that are diversified
By involving yourself in a little more than a passing interest
So that you can learn from a wide range of people
So that you can share with everyone.
You don’t have to be aggressive
You don’t have to be aggressive just resolute
You don’t have to be rude just assertive
You don’t have to be angry just certain of yourself
You don’t have to be argumentative just consolatory.
Offer a way out where others will not lose face
Always allowing them to diplomatically back down.
Is what you are doing
Is what you are doing what you are supposed to be doing?
Is what you are doing what you are actually doing?
Is what you could be doing is doing nothing?
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I hope you find my words of benefit.
Respect your body
Eat as well as your circumstances permit,
Though be careful not to eat too much nor too often.
Though not for too long.
Be active, aware and involved.
Avoid putting yourself in either moral or physical harm’s way.
Nurture but do not pamper yourself so that you are always at your best.