Monday, November 1, 2010

We start life with guidance from our parents and family.  As we grow, we are exposed to outside influences and, although taught in a particular way, are forced to form opinions and make decisions which will encapsulate our behaviors.  As we obtain knowledge and are comfortable with who we are, our confidence behind these behaviors become solid.  We will stay true to the way we act and think until there is a sudden, intuitive perception into the meaning of something then we adjust how we conduct ourselves.  Knowledge is just a component to our thought process.  Facts are presented to us from the first time we take a breath but what we do with them is what matters.  What is normal behavior?

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