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FoxFires
Posted 8/21/2010 12:09 PM (#20251)
Subject: Being Open Minded


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The early inventors of of practical uses for electricity were Tesla, Edison And Westinghouse. I feel Tesla did the most as far as discovery. Tesla gave his information away for free and felt life would take care of him. This may be why most people today do not know of Tesla.

These inventors helped each other with out too many strings attached as the were all after the same thing advancement of life style.

Rumor has it that Edison would take perspective apprentice out to eat a friendly dinner and make a decision over dinner whether to hire the person. It was said he did not care if they how they ate or dressed or if they spoke with food in mouth... This is what everyone expected from him... Quite to the contrary, he wanted to know if you would salt food before you tasted it.

People could say why not prepare food with too much salt to start with... I would think people would become offended if you told them I was trying to teach you a lesson, and consider this undue stress on an applicant.

He was just interested in hiring people who Already had an open mind. I do think all of us sometimes have predetermined emotions about what is happening. Sometimes they are internal desires and sometimes Spiritual knowledge.

The Spiritual knowing seems to only feel and ring true resonance from within... It is not a thought it is a personal desire, I had to learn which feelings were of a true nature and what was my stubborn will side that liked knowing the outcome from within or by my memory of a personal preference.

So I jump to the explanation of my story of some of what I personally felt was best had to be dislodged from my reasoning and become open minded to the it is what it is...

I noticed some people who present facts or who present opinions or the way they see something. If the first person to describe a problem has fear of it, no one else seems to want to handle the problem.

People sometimes like my approach and others get angry. I have been know to ask a first question of how much did you budget to fix this problem. Or when did you need this by?

Love and Light!!!

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Supernatural3
Posted 8/21/2010 12:57 PM (#20254 - in reply to #20251)
Subject: RE: Being Open Minded



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Good reference. I would hope someone wouldn't over salt food, just for a lesson.... because not all people salt first, then try, but I have seen it a lot. Sometimes it does irk the heck out of me, when someone splashes a bunch of seasonings all over a meal I prepared, prior to tasting it. It makes me angry... then I think to myself, that is me, trying to control them... but is it? Why wouldn't someone want to have their cooking liked, prior to killing the flavor?

I guess that is the difference between automatic actions and exploring the new.

I like to explore, but I am sure I have a heck of a lot of automatic actions.

Having compassion with-in reason is needed to survive Earth, knowing the people hurt others, when they are indeed hurting.

People have the need to make everyone just like themselves... but to be honest, I like being my own person and don't like it when someone is too much like me.... but then again, i don't like the opposite either.

We all need that happy medium. Stick to the middle, a little of both, a little of everything and a little of nothing.
Dang it.... I am running out the door... and couldn't help but sit down and type. I am so drawn to here now.

Funny how that works.
Blessings~
 
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FoxFires
Posted 8/21/2010 1:31 PM (#20255 - in reply to #20254)
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Jill,

Do you have any claim to "happy medium" as a name LOL

I just had to throw that pun out there!!!

Love and Light!

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Supernatural3
Posted 8/21/2010 7:13 PM (#20257 - in reply to #20251)
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LOL, yes, I have thought of it matter of fact... but, it was already taken. I actually had a person who called them self "The Happy Medium" on my Internet radio show. I was envious of the name. HA HA HA What a perfect name, and action.... as well as a positive affirmation.


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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/24/2010 4:29 PM (#20307 - in reply to #20257)
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My mind is so open it fell out
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Supernatural3
Posted 8/24/2010 8:27 PM (#20311 - in reply to #20251)
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I know that feeling... been kicked around a bit too, while I was out of my mind. When I found it, I plotted revenge and did NOTHING!  I just waited for karma to come around, and IT DID! :P

Good ol cause and effect gets the best of those who are foolish. Gotta love it!
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leo
Posted 8/24/2010 10:22 PM (#20314 - in reply to #20311)
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Did you hear about the little person who was a fortune teller and escaped from jail? She was a small medium at large.
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Ophiucus
Posted 8/25/2010 4:05 PM (#20333 - in reply to #20314)
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Was she a friend of that tap dancer who fell into the wash basin ?
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FoxFires
Posted 8/25/2010 4:54 PM (#20335 - in reply to #20333)
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I guess there is two way to look at this, one is enlightenment and the other is humor, either one is ok by me... As life is supposed to be fun, and to learn from whatever you can, sometimes we learn of great inventors, and sometimes great jokes. I think even God has a sense of humor.

Maybe God invented us for our entertainment value also

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Supernatural3
Posted 8/25/2010 9:37 PM (#20338 - in reply to #20251)
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Gotta love humor... it heals.  :P
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