27 young children killed in england plus many others injured,
to the families who lost sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, you are in our thoughts.
Nothing we can say can compensate the grief and great loss of the loss of your brothers and sister’s, your sons and daughters.
our thoughts and sympathy is with you.
World Of Yuccie & @th€r +h[ng$
Mental Health Week – October 8-14
15 I will return again to My place, Till they acknowledge their offense. Then they will seek My face; In their affliction they will earnestly seek Me.”
One can not help someone with a problem they have until the person with the problem first sincerely acknowledges that they have a problem, and they genuinely seek help for the problem that they have.
If they are continually in denial of the problem they have, then no amount of help will help them with the problem that they have.
One must first acknowledged that they have a problem .
It is similar to taking a sick person to the doctor who has swallen red blisters on their left hand, and the person refuses to believe that there is anything wrong with their hand and refuses to let the doctor examine them.
Once again they must first acknowledge that they have a problem, and then allow the doctor to examine the problem and perscribe treatment.
Then it is up to the patient to follow through with getting the treatment they need, otherside the problem will persist and possibly get worse and infected.
The Age Old Question. We all have been asked it at one time or another.
Is the glass half full or is it half empty ?
if you answer half full then you are an optimist
If you answer half empty then you are a pessimist.
People try to answer it one way or another, or don’t answer it at all due to it does not need to be answered in order not to label anyone either an optimist or a pessimist.
However everyone is always looking at it in the wrong way.
We here at World Of Yuccie & @th€r +h[ng$ believe it is neither half full nor is it half empty. But rather in fact the truth of the matter is the Glass is twice the size than what it needs to be.
Its reality, a realist.
Assuming the content within the glass is water.
The assumption is that either the glass is missing half the water, or, the glass is no longer empty – but has acquired half the amount of water needed to fill the glass.
One is looking from the top to the bottom, and the other is looking from the bottom to the top.
There is either not enough water or there is plenty of water enough. Therefore either defining you as either an optimist or a pessimist.
But to look straight into the matter one can see that the water content itself is fine. There is nothing wrong with the water, there isn’t too much, nor is there a lack of water.
Its the container itself can fall into question. For that, or any given water amount. Why does the container have to be such a size ?
If I were to have 500 mil of water and I had a choice of 4 containers to choose from. 250 mil container; 500 mil container; 1 Litre container; 2 Litre container.
It would be obvious that the 250 mil container would be insufficient to contain the 500 mil of water, therefore the 250 mil container would not be chosen.
On the other hand the 1 litre and 2 litre containers would be more than able to contain the 500 mil of water. Though due to their relative size to the water, they would be too big for my 500 mil content of water. Therefore I would chose the 500 mil container for my 500 mil of water. Therefore the container is right for the water content that I chose.
Think of it this way. If you were to go to a shop and you were after 500 mil of water to drink, you saw 3 rows of containers containing water for you to purchase. One container was 500 mil with 500 mil of water. Another 1 litre container with 500 mil of water, and a 3rd which was a 2 litre container with 500 mil of water.
The first 500 mil container you would not have any issue with it due to the relative size of water to the container size. However the other remaining 2 containers (the 1 litre and the 2 litre) would seem inappropriate for the volume of water which you were after. The bottles would be viewed as being too big for the requirement which it is needed for.
It is the same observations when confronted with the question of is the glass half full or half empty. Is the 1 litre container half full or half empty ? Is the 2 litre container 1/4 full or 3/4 empty ? (On the contra, the 1 litre and the 2 litre are containers that are bigger than what the requirement is needed. The containers are too big – twice the size and 4 times the size respectively)
Using the same analytics to the glass question we can see and tell that the correct answer is that neither the glass is half full nor is it half empty, however the correct observation is that the container glass is twice as big than what it needed to be.