Why do we feel compelled to be "brutally honest" when being "cheerfully honest" is an option?
Why must mistakes become "painfully obvious" when recognizing them could be "joyfully obvious" - a sigh of relief.
Why do we "wrestle with our demons" when we could "dance with" or "laugh at" or "kiss our demons goodbye" instead?
Why do we assume the subconscious is our hidden well of "darkness" when it also contains our untapped light?
Why do we take "long, hard looks" at ourselves when we could take "wise, loving looks" just as easily . . . and benefit twice as much.
five rhetorical questions
Laurie Perez, Facebook Note 09.08.09