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Perception Vs. Reality

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(Awake in a Dream by Dave Riddell) This brief lesson in considering plans for one's future. What we perceive is not always the reality of the situation. As you assess your situation, be sure that...

I know. I just felt the need to try something new with grammar rule-breaking. I am fighting the urge to go back and correct it. Thank you for noticing, though. This impresses me. Gold star for floweroflife462! As for speaking, my fingers have become a little tired of typing lately...
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you are really becoming one of my favorite people mskelly!
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Hmmm, Ms. Kelly. Is this video a reflection of your own experience? You found what you had thought was a safe, tiny inlet with your small studentbody at HSAO, only to discover it was full of brackish water where sharks were swimming? (i.e. TIKO)Is this a heads up for your students to grab our water wings and prepare to dive into deeper water?
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Meubby- I feel like I can always rely on you for an honest assessment with thoughtfulness and candor. Yes, it is wishful to have my problems just float away. You're right. Issues need to be faced and addressed. I must have lost my head. I will use the extra time this weekend to reflect on my current situation. Thank you for your response. It doesn't always feel good to hear the truth, but in the long run, it is quite important. Thanks again.
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Wow, luminous, these are excellent questions. I wish I had the answers...I wish I was sure...
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Well, sharks are more intelligent than some people assume. Instinctively, they are not predators of humans. However, big sharks eat smaller fish. For those smaller and tasty sea-dwellers, hungry sharks can be quite disconcerting.
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CNG, your feelings are not far off as I am a fan of yours. You are an intriguing dichotomy of comically whimsical (as seen in your videos)and intellectually sophisticated (as seen in your comments). Thanks for the smile...
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Thank you for your comment. I find myself wondering if anyone is helped when, in an attempt to reach out to comfort others, we find ourselves sharing our own pain. It is with a disheartened and tired sigh that I watch myself involved in this process.
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This is quite sage advice. Thank you, kageyuki...
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Why do I get the feeling you read my comments on delusional reality? :)
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You honor me with your comments, Betz. Thank you. I am glad you enjoy what I have to share. You are a very warm and thoughtful person in a world that is sometimes very cold and thoughtless...
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Thank you Ms. Kelly, that means a lot coming from you!:)
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Tsk, Tsk, MsKelly - ending a sentence (in your description) with a preposition! ;) What brought on the urge to begin speaking in your videos?
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Thank you for this show of support. I, too, hope that whatever issues plague me eventually rise to the surface and float away...
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Understanding others comes from understanding yourself, first. Issues can be made to "float" and 'hang in the balance' of things. As long as the person beware that this is only temporary and will need to be dealt with, lest it become bigger or more of a burden. We must all learn to 'float' and rise above our shortcomings on our journeys through life.
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I feel different and changed somehow. But I am still who I always was, friend.
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Washed up clichés. Brackish waters in tiny inlets. Hmmmm. Much to think about here I think.
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You delve into dark waters, my dear. We all have our issues. I hope you swim above your own.
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