The eyes and mind of sensibility.

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Young and Wise

I’M EVERYWHERE THE EYES CAN SEE AND THE MIND CAN THINK.

I see logically and think reasonably.  The things we see, the things we experience, the occurrences that happen in the world can at times be illogical.  We all have opinions, but although we are tempted to express them, they are most of the time confined within our minds.  I’m here to break this boundary, and expose what we’ve all been thinking.  You’ll see that you’re not the only one that has felt, experienced, or encountered the same illogicality.

11 responses

  1. HUMPTY DUMPTY

    Thank you for your piece on balance. I need a reminder from time to time, so I hope you don’t mind if I print it out and keep it in my refrigerator. As a weekend hermit, I need to remember that I do not need to be a domestic hermit, but can be a traveling hermit too.

    Thanks again, and Happy Trails!!!

    August 1, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    • I don’t mind at all! I’m so honored that you want to print it and post it on your refrigerator, thank you so much! I hope you have happy and safe travels on your first weekend as an outdoor hermit!

      August 2, 2011 at 7:49 am

    • HI , i am driven insane abotu trying to have a balanced diet and excercise,.
      if i listen and read i get few new food ideas and styles and then i get so confused,.
      so i am striving to find the perfect balanced diet that no doctor can say anythig about, and trying to push my self cycling without hurting,.,.but really its more stressful the more i read about balance, as a veggie will push his ideas etc.,.cheers,.

      August 4, 2011 at 7:16 pm

      • Balance is ultimately a self-driven alternative to making the right decisions in your life. With dieting, you can be open to taking the advice of others and using that advice to shape the way you want to meet your weight loss goals (If you haven’t already, I highly recommend you read my post entitled “The Willpower Diet”). That way you’re willing to listen, but at the same time you value what you want to do as well. If a veggie is pushing their ideas on you, you are not obligated to do what they are suggesting you to do unless they believe that the choices you’re making are hazardous to your health. The best way to go about it is to listen and nod, and do what you feel is right for you. Weight-loss is essentially a personal goal to meet and only you can push yourself to to do it. People who are trying to live a healthier lifestyle have to identify exactly what is causing them to have an unhealthy lifestyle. Some people eat when they’re bored, stressed, and others are just simply lacking a good exercise routine, the possibilities are endless. In the end, however, the path that you chose to meet your health goals, is chosen and established solely by you. You need to identify the problem and figure out the appropriate solution to it. If you need advice seek it, if someone gives you advice take it, but you should always have the last word. Best of luck to you and thank you for your comment!

        August 4, 2011 at 8:47 pm

  2. Amazing and interesting!

    July 31, 2011 at 9:04 am

  3. A MAJOR FAN

    You are absolutely amazing. Your insight and perspective are entirely on point and wonderfully refreshing. You are truly an old soul on a youngster’s body. I am truly impressed, and look forward to your future postings.

    COME ON – PUT ME IN THIS TIME!!!!!!! 🙂

    July 19, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    • Thank you so much!!! I’m really glad you’re enjoying the posts on my blog! I can’t wait to hear more of your feedback in the future (which you will be put on every single time!)!!! 😀

      July 19, 2011 at 10:24 pm

  4. Barbara

    Wow, you are a girl, and at the same time you think logically. I am, unfortunately, “blessed” with some kind of horrific absence of logical thinking processes inside my brain. But: I think you have a great mind for being 21. I’m twenty, and I see that you and I have, despite me thinking (and possessing the evidence for!) I am very illogically at times, things in common. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
    The question is: are we strong enough to life after those thoughts, which are wise, but at the same time hard to apply? It isn’t easy, of course not. I think especially girls have to say “no” more often in their lifes. Me too.
    I think life itself is easier for the one who is able to see the things logically. But maybe I’m wrong. Maybe that’s all illogically.

    Would appreciate a reply on my reply,
    Barbara

    July 15, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    • Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog Barbara and for also posting a comment!

      In regards to your question, I feel that everyone has the strength to not only expose what they feel is logical and rational, but also, to consistently stand by it and not be influenced by the trend of the generation. Bringing your realistic perspectives into a situation is an internal decision that can only be decided upon by the person itself. No one can make you say what you feel, nor, at the same time, can they tell you what to feel. For some, yes, it may be difficult to reveal those feelings, but for others its smooth as butter. As long as you believe in what you’re saying and stand by it the whole way through, then you can easily live life knowing you’re living it the way you want it be lived and people are seeing you the way you want them to see you!

      Hope this answers your question! If not, please feel free to ask another question!

      Thank you again for your post and I look forward to hearing more feedback from you!

      July 15, 2011 at 9:21 pm

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