How To Find The Root Of Anything That’s Bothering You? #1 (Dandelion Wishes)

How To Find The Root Of Anything That’s Bothering You? #1.

The above link is written by Ido Lanuel (About) for you to read, if you haven’t already. It’s not written by me. It has very little to do with me (and a whole lot to do with me at the same time). For it is simply true. Too simple many may say, it doesn’t apply to me. Really? Dandelion wishes? Did you used to blow these apart and the wishes were based on something to do with counting how many times you blew to disperse all of the seeds? How many of us thought about the seeds we were helping spread, from the plant that we had just pulled from it’s life support. That plant having fulfilled it’s sole intention?
When you read this please, if you feel so inclined initially to reject that this applies to you: run an experiment. Accept that it doesn’t apply to you because you are an individual, different to others… Then, try to see how you could apply it, for the sake of the experiment. See how you could apply this to others, a significant other, a person whose problems you know well.

Is there any overlap onto yourself?


About JJBollOX

This is an update. The slight humour aka sarcasm will be lost on anyone who hasn't read this before the update. I am, still a British male. Still living but not in Switzerland. I intend to remain, living and male. When I wrote before I had "spent the better part of two months negotiating the change in my self identity. Unemployed and sharing home with a now ex-girlfriend. I've moved. Moved on. Maybe a year has passed by. Have I moved in an upward direction? Is upward the only way to go if we are to expand, broaden and grow? Realistically, the most dramatic (not exactly decisive) direction I have taken in the time was down. Down, down and deeper than down. I fell off of a mountain. My life got complicated yet simple. This in itself is a fair summary of my personality. I have posted the first words of blogs to be written which I would like to turn into a book. 'A normal life.' Let's see how well and how fruitfully I can express my frustrations, pain, healing process and the constant changes that are life.
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