“What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens.”

Thaddeus Golas


I agree but it is easier said than done Thaddeus!

OK OK I will try.

When something happens, stop yourself from reacting, and notice if your reaction is about to benefit you or disadvantage you. The way you choose to react can actually help you grow positively, regardless of the problem, it will most likely not be worth the reaction you were about to attribute to it.

Beware complexifiers & complicators. Truly, “smart people” …simplify things.



What you are about to read applies to most of us¸

Living isn’t complicated, feeding yourself  isn’t complicated, finding a roof over your head isn’t complicated, learning new skills isn’t complicated, making new friends isn’t complicated, It’s actually quite easy.

If what I’m writing is valid, Why do so many of us have the tendency to complicate very simple puzzle and transform them into very difficult problems to solve? Are we some kind of maso-psycho-slow-destructive-kamikaze unto ourselves?

When you meet with someone who tells you that something is very complicated,  First BEWARE, then RELAX because it’s probably not.