A Mother’s Love Knows No Distance

college, love, mom

The Chub Script

For me, the biggest change about going to college was leaving home. Leaving my family, my dogs, and constant presence of my parents, especially my mom.

My mom is a force of nature that is as essential to my life as air is to a bird. She is the force that taught me to love and care just as she had done for me.

Although not everyone is lucky enough to have the same relationship as me and my mom, I see the love of mothers everywhere in college.

I see it in the homemade cookies left in the common room by mothers certain that their child is wasting away on cafeteria food.

I see it in the random phone call that my friends get at all hours of the day from parents who miss them too much to wait another minute to call.

I see it in the headshots…

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Happiness Is Success

connection, cooperation, development, environment, expectations, happiness, Humanity, Success

Entering The Force-Field

Question: Do you agree with the adage ‘happiness is success’?

Answer: Yes, Happiness is the sign, the “jackpot” of success.

Happiness is a positive feedback, result of fulfilling an all-important goal, fulfilling a great yearning, need.

And since we are social, emotional creatures, the greatest possible happiness we achieve is when we purposefully build positive, mutually supportive and mutually fulfilling Human interconnections in special, closed environments, “laboratories”. There methodically everybody aims at bringing happiness only to the others, above and despite our inherently selfish, egoistic, subjective inclinations using a special, practical educational method.

Then the vibrating tension, resistance in between instinctive egoism and attempted, fulfilled love and bestowal towards others magnifies the happiness achieved, makes us infinitely more sensitive to the positive emotional impressions we receive from our connections!

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Making mistakes improves yourself

Kids learn about life by making mistakes

failure-is-success-in-progress.jpg We have to fail to make progress

How did we learn to walk? By walking from point A to B. But what happened in between those points? it sure wasn’t a smooth route at your first attempt. As we are young we are not bothered by making mistakes, because we make them all the time. Also everyone around us look at you being cute and they don’t consider them failing, just learing something new.

If only it was so easy to get back into the mindset we had when growing up. The mindset of a 2 year old of feeling no pressure to perform. No pressure that weighs us down and prevents growth. The moment where we really lose this way of thinking is at our adolescence. Whenever we do something “wrong” parents and teacher tell us we made a mistake and how we should do it the next time…

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