Monday, February 21, 2011

Disappointments pile up. And then you have to throw them out with the rest of the trash.

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  1. And since it's trash, best to do this on a daily basis.

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  2. Or grind them up into a pulp in the sink food disposal unit. :D

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  3. very true....and also hilarious, how you describe it...still laughing : D

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  4. Agreed! Throw them out daily or they will bury you alive, like on Hoarders.

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  5. Note to self to stop recycling...

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  6. Agreed! It's best to throw them out long before they pile up though. Otherwise your trash will begin to stink.

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  7. "disappointment" is certainly the negative/destructive feeling which we should not allow it dwell long. the sooner it's out of our mind, the better our daily life is.

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  8. We can only move on and move forward. If disappointments build up, why have expectations?

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  9. Trash tends to have a foul odor so I say dump it daily and forget about it. Can't let speed bumps set you back...keep moving forward and just find the lesson learned.

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  10. Agreed - time to move on. You can't wallow in the disappointments. leave them behind and get a move on - life's waiting.

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  11. It's a very true aphorism. But it's easier said than done.

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  12. If I stop expecting things to work out the way I want them too, and trust they will work out the way they are supposed to, then I won't be disappointed. Of course, when my buddy cancelled on golf last Friday, I wanted to choke him. So, it's a good theory. Good luck in practice.

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  13. for things i can't control.. nothing i can do except S.U.M.O (Shut Up Move On).. it's harder tho when it's about things I have influenced about ..

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  14. This aphorism couldn't be more perfectly timed. Thank you.

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  15. Good advice! My trash day is tomorrow, so I'll make sure those items are in the can before they are picked up. :-)

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  16. Simple Profound tips to help us reflect & "throw them out with the rest of the trash" Grateful

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  17. Composting works. It transforms the garbage into something useful.

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  18. lol lol lol hahahahaahah...that cheered me up, they are trash never thought about it that way before :)

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  19. Yep, if we keep them around they'll start to reek pretty fast, smile.

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