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Stillness Instead of Action


A man sits on the beach staring out over the water in contemplation
A man sits on the beach staring out over the water in contemplation

I am going to start this blog with an assumption, that we have all made a mistake or two because we have made a decision too quickly. Since I was attacked and sustained my brain injury, I have had numerous people try, in good faith, to force me to change my world or way of living or teach me something I will never be able to understand.


I strongly believe that nobody can enhance my life with their suggestions, no matter how sincere they are. I don’t believe these people are wicked, or the enemy, they just have no way of understanding the layers we function in to live our best lives.


We grow more resilient if we choose love as the way to communicate with others!


It can be difficult not to immediately try these suggestions to please the people trying to help us out of kindness. But this is the best time to try and relax and let a little time pass before we take any kind of action.


You should always try your best to take action with the hope that that action will benefit our Power, Love, and Sound Mind (regardless of our neurologically forever damaged brain).


Thomas Quinlan

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