The Truth About Weakness

Seneca, the Roman Stoic philosopher, said that all savageness or cruelty is a sign of weakness. I love this concept and it has inspired me to reflect on its truth. Our weaknesses are not confirmed when we are physically dominated by someone else. True, debilitating weakness reveals itself in those who lack empathy and intelligence.  People who express empathy and intelligence threaten the feeble-minded. Intelligence inspires bullying and acts of cruelty in order for the actual weak to appear stronger than their minds would otherwise have you believe. These people oppress in order to get their way. If they are … Continue reading The Truth About Weakness

Believe In Your Intuition

  Whenever I talk to someone about following their intuition or talk about how I’ve used mine to solve or avoid a problem, I always get this nagging little feeling that they want to pat me on the head and tell me, ‘Sure, keep telling yourself that.’ There’s something about intuition that people have a little bit of a problem accepting. They don’t want to believe that there is a force within them that intuitively knows and understands things they they may not be able to intellectualize or explain. We all understand having a ‘gut feeling‘ or those times when … Continue reading Believe In Your Intuition