Under the weekend I met with a group of interesting people, including my three brothers. They have a habit of steering the discussion to the philosophical level. Here are two highlights that I’d like to mention.
Any argument is a reflection of a person’s own thoughts.
All people are irritated by something. Expressing one’s irritation is often an unsolved personal issue that has the habit of appearing ridiculous when explored a bit deeper.
Still, almost all people leave these issues unsolved. This leads to embittered behaviour that becomes increasingly difficult to solve.
A healthy environment of reflection and analysis from the peers is helpful to handle these issues. The more open the discussion, the better the expected result. This leads us to the second point.
How do you want to spend your time?
Every moment is unique. Everyone has the chance to cherish each moment of their lives if they want to. Doing this even for a few seconds per day would have a huge impact in the long run.
To me the best part of the weekend was when I was mocked about my table manners. Such argument can be quite beneficial to the whole dinner party.
So which one is it?
Negative feelings about this blog entry? What can you learn about yourself?
Positive feelings about this blog entry? Keep that thought and try to copy it to something else you do today.