Hindsight is 20 20!
If I only knew then what I know now!
If I had taken the red pill instead of the blue pill, If only I’d …
Sound familiar? They all sound like regrets, remorse, guilt, sadness, sorrow, guilt or what we’ll call Spilt-Milk.
For whatever reason we’re questioning where we are today and how we got here? If I’d married Y instead of X, If I took that job, over this one, etc. etc. etc.
It’s all about Split-Milk.
So, what do we do next?
First, we have to take responsibility for making the choices we’ve made to get here. Yes, we have all been subject to situations beyond our control, but even then, we’ve made choices.
I believe that we make decisions based on the best information we have at the time, except when emotions get in the mix. I feel emotions will override logic 95+% of the time.
Well! We have to get over it! Right? Simple! Easy! I can do bad all by myself!
That’s where the conundrum begins, can we do it by ourselves?
I feel Change Doesn’t Happen Alone!
Most of us wish we could improve certain things about ourselves. But lasting change is difficult, because many of our habits are deeply rooted within our core.
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That tells me that we can’t do it alone!
I’ve never delivered a baby, so I’ll say self-change is at least one of the hardest challenges that any of us will ever have to face.
We are social beings – meaning we need each other to survive. We need interaction and exchange with other people to get feedback to let us know where we are so we can gauge our progress. Not to mention relationships and support.
I believe that change is participatory and involves getting help, giving help, and learning to help yourself as well as sharing your and others knowledge and experiences.
That’s why I created this site Spilt-Milk.net.
To create an exchange of ideas and hope for change.
We can all change. With a little hope, effort, determination, and a dash of faith, it is possible to be the person you want to be. Even the oldest habits can be changed to some degree.
My goal is for us to come together to openly share experiences and offer mutual support as we struggle through this chaos we call life.
Hopefully we can create our own BORG! Whose singular goal, is the consumption of knowledge, rather than wealth or political expansion as most species seek.
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