Posted: 23 Apr 2012
| coaching, motivation, actions, NLP, context, content, minor irritation list
Zero, numerically, means nothing.
Zero, in the language sense, also means nothing.
So, Zero is, well, zero.
Seemingly insignificant, zero can make a difference when the context changes. Similarly, minor irritations that we encounter daily, we can live with those. However, when context changes, a small issue may be the catalyst for certain actions that may change lives. After all, every snowball starts as a snowflake.
Zero, doesn't really count, right? I mean it is zero, zilch, nothing.
Zero become significant when there is a numeral following it or when there is a decimal place preceding it.
Led by a numeral, any zeros makes the number grow by ten times or more! Trailing behind decimal point, adding zero makes the number decrease by ten times. Significant now, Zero is.
Given a choice, when asked, almost everyone would choose to be happy than sad. However, does one want to be happy all the time? Before you answer "yes", consider whether one would still want to be happy when someone dear passes away? Maybe not. So sadness has its place too.
Like many things in life, something seemingly useless, can be useful when the context changes. Likewise, if your life is filled to the brim with small but significant irritations and old beliefs that no longer served you, you may find yourself feeling stuck, and being unable to see the path ahead.
Very much like how one doesn't start looking after one's car tires only when they are flat, if people took time to remove minor irritations, they soon realize that they regain much of the energy and vitality they used to suppress the seemingly 'minor' irritation.
Passing judgement on good or bad, will be a discussion for another day.
When are you clearing your minor irritation list? When will the real you soar into the limitless sky beyond?
- edited by Jan
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