Mastering self-control

In a hectic and confusing world, it is very difficult to find the time or the wherewithal to locate one’s purpose — the central mission of my life. Self-control is a central tenet to any journey of discovery. Control of the emotions allows for reflective and introspective thought to be presented. This is especially true for the young or the young-at-heart. How do we focus on life itself and its meaning? What is my quest in life? These are telling questions, most assuredly. Existence itself is filled with anxiety and pain.

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Put some color in your life

Most colorful, interesting people have numerous positive qualities. Normally, they are curious and love new ideas. They are eager to experiment and possess a modicum of bravery. That being said, how does the average person overcome the drudgery of life, the toil of a day-to-day existence? This is achieved through the essential realization that time is our only real treasure. Once you accept that time commands this powerful relationship in your life, you can acknowledge the art of living.

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Revving egos: hubris, young men, and the sports car

“The difference between men and boys is the price tag on their toys,” or so goes the adage. The saying is of unknown origin but some attribute it to the marketing of GI Joe action toys, (1) in the early 1960s or others to the businessman, Malcolm Forbes. (2) This intrinsic link between an adolescent boy and an adult man is unfortunate, in my estimation; for it suggests that as individuals we never truly have to become mature, but can always hide behind physical things to enhance our power and prestige.

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