"Have a good day." Um. Is this even accurate? I don't feel it is.
First off, it's a truly nice sentiment though, to tell someone "have a good day." I say it. You probably do too. Most of us do.
But think about it. "Having" something assumes we get a hold of it. We can get ahold of it. Something is in our grasp. Our responsibility. Something we own or control.
But....then what do we make of when something "bad" happens? When life surprises us with shock or di
What is the one vital language we are taught to tuck away into corners? The all-important piece of communication drilled into us that makes others feel uncomfortable? The rock hard strength we show in not opening it in front of other people? It's the language of pain. Pain. We all have it. Me. You. That person we admire. Those rich people over there. Yup, even them that you might be thinking about. All of us. So why do most of us hide it? When we cried as a little fr