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January 27, 2013, 4:31 amNegativity as i see it.
I set back on here, and watch alot of the stuff that is said and posted. And I try to keep quiet about it. Not that I'm afraid of any kind of confrontation. Just because i despise arguing. It accomplishes nothing. Arguing is the biggest waste of time i know of. For what time people spend arguing, they could have done had something figured out and done about what they where arguing about. I don't argue. At all. If it's with a female, I'm walking away. With a man, well that's a different story. It won't be an argument, is all I'll say about that. But the thing I hate more than arguing is negativity. That is, to me, the worst thing for the world. But, it's necessary. Without negativity, we'd probably just all be content at whatever. The negativity is like fuel on the fire. I don't agree with it, but that's the way it is. I'd much rather it be everyone helping one another and standing along side helping. Or atleast, showing the other some positivity. Unfortunatley that isn't the case as much as it need be.
Negativity in the world, as i see it, is like the school yard bully. But the bullies, are usually just scared inside of something. Something has happened to them, usually, that makes them the way they are. Sometimes they are just butt's. That's the one's that just need rolled around on the ground a little. The others that have had something happen to them, well, they should know how it feels and want to change it for someone else. I just don't understand being negative. I know that's not just me. There are plenty that probably feel the same way. Even if something is impossible, which i don't personally believe anything is impossible, why set and tell that person they can't? I mean, we live in a world where the possibilites are endless. They just are. It's been proven time and time again that it's possible. For me, I'm one of those that, if you tell me i can't do something. I'm going to do it. Some way, some how. So any negativity sent my direction, well, your just going to find out that it's not my time your wasting. I've been told i can't do something more than my share. And whatever it's been thus far, has been proven wrong. Which is really odd, because I'm always the one telling others they can do anything. Short of telling someone, sure, if you wanna go out and hurt someone, you can do it. I'm talking about positive things. The only thing stopping anyone from doing anything is themselves. That's it. There is a crack in a 6 inch concrete poured floor from a near 500 pound fifth wheel off the back of a dump truck right now because i was told i couldn't move it. It was throwed. I'm only 175 pounds. I've seen too much to know that something can't be done. There is no can't. Only won't. That's it. Period.
So negativity is just a part of life. It being a bad thing, can sure help a good thing. If you let it.
January 27, 2013, 3:51 amA little numeric timeline about me...
Need to take a break from the numbers for a minute, so thought I'd do a little blogging here.
I was a straight A student up until the time my parents split. That was when i was 11. (Keep that number in mind.) After that i didn't much care about schooling and what it had to offer. I went cause i had to pretty much. Quit school in the 11th grade. My old Elementary principal actually cried when he found out i had quit. Said i was the smartest kid that ever went there so i didn't quit because i was dumb or anything. I just saw how my highschool, like most i suspect, only cared about you if you played sports and brought in ticket sales. That's pretty much what it boiled down to where i went. Not that i didn't play sports. I just wasn't going to play to fill their pockets. And not because i didn't like sports. I love sports and have always played. But i quit none the less.
Dad passed when i was 29. (Remember that 11 when they split? The quitting in the 11th grade?) It was on the 17th of August when he passed. He was 47. (11 again). My b-day is on the 28th. That's 11 days before. One year later and 4 days to be exact, my aunt passed. That was on the 21st of August. That was 7 days before my B-day. My aunt was like a second mom. (Her sister). The woman I've been with for going on 6 years now, lost here dad right at a year ago now. We where both 37. She was about to turn 38. Her B-day is the exact same day of the month as mine. Hers is 2-28-74 and mine is 8-28-74. We're exactly 6 months apart. You don't think about it at the time, but looking back and seeing all the similarites, some times i just wander if it means anything or if it's just the way it is.
All the 11's or 2 from the 11. My birth year as 10 and 11. (19 74). The day as 10 or 1. I mean, there has to be something to all that, right? There is just too many similarites there for it not to be i would think.
And, no, I'm not insane. LOL. A little crazy like everyone else. But not insane. Just thinking is all. Anyone that says they are totally sane, well, they're just lying. Cause i don't know anyone that isn't a little crazy. But, I'm not into name calling or putting anyone or anyone's thoughts or ideas down. I don't care for stuff like that.
I talk about Religion some on here. But I don't go to church. I love my Lord, and talk to Him pretty much every day, but I'm no "you gotta repent", "your going anywhere" kind of person. It doesn't matter to me what anyone believes or does. I don't care for judging people either. I judge myself and that's it. I'm harder on myself than anyone else could be i promise that. Just wanted to throw that up here. Don't know why. I guess, cause i figure you can talk about religion without it meaning your some religious nut. People don't seem to think they can have a conversation about religion or much of anything anymore for some reason. It always turns into some sort of argument and/or name calling. And i don't argue or name call. Just don't care for it.
Well, that's a little anyway. Just thought I'd try to get some things off my mind. That's what bloggin is isn't it? Kind of like free therapy. LOL.