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Write your own Play


I have a very strong feeling that the opposite of love is not hate - it's apathy. It's not giving a damn.

If somebody hates, they must feel something about me or they couldn't possibly hate. Therefore, there's some way in which I can communicate. But if they don't even see me, I'm finished - there's no way in which I can get to them.

If you hate the scene you're in, if you're unhappy, if you're lonely, if you don't feel that things are happening, change your scene. Paint a new backdrop. Surround yourself with new actors. Write a new play - and if it's not a good play, get the hell off the stage and write another one. There are millions of plays - as many as there are people.


From, "Living, Loving & Learning",
By Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.

The Real You


Just as your old habits developed and gathered their present strength over a long period of time, so must you be disposed to give time and repeated practice to the new desired habits.

For a while, you may feel as though you are merely pretending. You will feel so sure that the old feelings or attitudes are more truly yours than the new intention and effort.

God, however, will be more disposed to see the real "you" in your new effort rather than in your old habits. He will acknowledge and respect the "you" you are trying to be, rather than judge you by the unwanted recurring behavior of the past.


"My Daily Life",
by Anthony J. Paone, S.J.

 

 


 

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