Wednesday, August 20, 2014

1930. The necessity of compromise

We have freedom, tentatively, and by principle. First premise. 

However if I skip any compromise, I can't use my freedom. 

If I compromise with someone about something I must fulfill it, right? 

Albeit some people think that getting married for example doesn't entail to live with your spouse for the rest of your life, I'd say that compromise is for all the lifetime of one of the spouses however. I do know many marriages that have lived together until death of one of the spouses. / Photo from: compromise-settling-our-differences-in-agreement-thumb. howtodateinlv wordpress com

1929. The time you can devote to your family.

You told me you have loads of work, you stay in your post of work for many hours, but your wife told you that you should dedicate to your children and the house. 

I think I understand your wife: you disappear early in the morning and come back home late, and you think people need you at your work. Be careful. 

If you're honest with yourself you'll discover that your wife is right - also she works out. 

Come back home earlier, you can, fellow. And kiss your wife with no tired a face. And turn to your kids, and kiss them: albeit you think you're losing time, it isn't true: you, man, should dedicate a long time to home: that's the best corporation you work for. 

And they need you. / Photo from: www gettyimages com. arriving home

1928. Somebody that wanted to improve as a person

Everybody, tentatively, would like to improve and better. 

Some months ago I was listening to the radio. It was a show where a father had to tell something about his family. He was saying that he had the purpose of showing his wife that he was a good father of their children. And, so as to finish, he told some things he did with their daughters. 

If we wish to improve against a vice we have we could specify one particular point to improve. So we focus on some points to gain a virtue or custom or habit, and we struggle to improve on those points. 

And we ask ourselves how the things are going, both positive points and things we do wrong. And evidently we can ask our angel to help us. All this is what some psychiatrists recommend. / Picture from: technician. dlm-tech com

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

1927. Trying to be appreciated by people

Pragmatics. This area of knowledge and performance teaches us for example that the same expression or an equivalent one can mean diverse things. 

For example in Spanish I can say “¡Dios mío!” and means to turn to God for help. 

However in English it is better not to say that expression, inasmuch as I know, and some people say “Oh, my!” and that’s it. A professor who works in London told me about this. 

There’re other similar expressions in Spanish and English. 

For instance, in Spanish it’s a bad and wrong word to refer to the Eucharist (God hidden in something that looks like bread, after the priest’s formula in the Holy Mass), by using a synonym of Eucharist, “Hostia”. / Photo from: group people talking in cafe. www handsonsuperhealth com au

Monday, August 18, 2014

1926. Do you fancy to read?

Some people have told me they don’t like to read fiction books, because it’s something made up, invented, yearned. 

Nevertheless just the author models a world with a specific view, about people, regular life, conflicts, sentiments, satisfactions, love, ways of being, ways to solve problems... / Photo from: reading an ebook. www teleread com

1925. More about relaxing

The examinee of an official diploma of English should face up with the exam with a mentality of winning: he has been training and has studied and worked for long. 

The real exam is one more time to take exams that sort. 

So he can attend the exam relaxed, tentatively but it’s a realistic mood, believe me. 

Besides he’s asked his angel to help him out. 

So this person, this candidate will move with serenity, also because he’s a son of God. He shall not be alone: he has Heaven on his side and close to him, and to his classmates. / Photo from: www cyclicx com