Monday, November 16, 2009

Denial... Living Strong!


Dear Friend (you know who you are):

Denial is a blinder. Yes, A blinder ~ singular. It makes you feel like you're seeing it all, yet in actuality, you're only seeing a tiny piece through the cracks in your fingers. Take both hands away from your face, open your eyes, and see what you're missing...

Because you're missing a lot!!

Sincerely,

Me

9 comments:

Innocent Owner Of Mad Cats said...

Very short and to the point. I like it and it's very true.

plainolebob said...

Coach Dayne,
Aw, I see what you mean.

Patrice S. said...

hmmm...
Now you have me thinking.

Write Right Where You "R" said...

Hi Dayne,
Hope you and family are well. I've posted a question to readers on my blog! would you visit, and give it an answer!!!
Thanks so much.
Linda

Mr.Poo said...

I’m to scared taking away my hands. Actually I’m typing this with my nose. Wonder how I can see the keyboard? I can’t. I memorized the keys.

Matty said...

Yep. And this can apply to pretty much anything or any aspect of our lives. Sometimes, the hands are there on purpose.

kys said...

So true.

spldbch said...

Sometimes it's hard to tell if what you're seeing is reality or if you're just refusing to see what's there.

Dayne Gingrich said...

Denial is a funny thing because, as spldbch said, sometime we don't know if we're truly in denial.

If we get rid of our "walls" (defensive, usually)... denial will be plain as day.