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Porcelain Lotus

You are a better woman than me. I don't see what life has thrown at me as gifts...yet. That "yet" is hopeful. I do see how it has changed me but I'm not sure how much of it is actually for the better. Maybe time will tell.

Its quite courageous to look at the world and the past the way that you do. I salute you and hope to pick up a little of that kind of courage along my own journey.

Adura Ojo

Wow, Kitten! Just wow!

I'm loving the principle of reverse. Wish everyone could turn their experiences around and use to strengthen themselves. That's why we have experiences, so we can use them.

This made me laugh: "I’m not sure what it means to be deep. Is it a compliment?"

It sure is a compliment. In my world anyway:)

Have a great week, Kitten.

kmplx

been catching up. see my parallels in the lines of you. I also get called the "deep" thing - found out recently that it is otherwise known as "wisdom".

Victoria

You are 'deep' Kitten. I would say it's a compliment: I am constantly amazed by your ability to shine a new/different perspective on things.

Vibrator Philippines

The principle of reverse is only useful to people with strong personality. If you are week and has negative outlook towards life, this is not applicable to you.

Lisa

:) Always great stopping by, Kitten. I try to practice the principle of reverse. I am not always successful. My mission is to laugh more than I cry.
P.S
Your 'deepness' is a compliment!!

Em

You told me once that if I fall, I should at least pick something up since I'm already down there. Lol. Totally deep, Kit.

Carolyn

This is what I love most about you, Kitten. Don't know if you realize it, but you are like the silver lining in dark clouds. Totally inspiring!

Pam

Great perspective, Kitten. Thank you.
At Vibrator- I agree that it takes a strong individual to see the good in what seems like bad situations, BUT the message is that there is laughter in tears.

Mel

Really trying to adapt the Principle of Reverse concept. It's a mind-blowing 'gift' to be able to turn tears into laughter. Love the quote by Maya Angelou!!

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