Read this intriguing long form article reference Bully only on MINDS.COM This is one of the articles the Perceptive Readers have desired me to write for years. Well, you will at least be given the reason for the needed meditative time to bear wonderful fruitage.
Serious Topic: What He Learned From a Bully
Do you feel the topic of bullying is a serious and sensitive subject to talk about? I hope this places your concerns at ease, you who call yourselves _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (fill in the blank). Let me place emphasis, I call all you Perceptive Readers highly sensitive humans; period. But since there are some who self-profess “This is my categorization;” Then I will respect your title and thoughts in this matter.
You will be informed on more than a professional level why I address this article specifically to you _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (fill in the blank) now. And exactly why some highly astute humans do certain things professionally. And on the flipside of the coin, why he/she the professional just won’t do certain things no matter how much funding is offered to him or her even when they are in what observers say ‘poverty’. 1 million? No thank you. How about 2 million? Respectfully no, they reply.
STILL AN INSIGHTFUL TOPIC
When reading this long form article, keep in mind, everything is said in a conversational way that I enjoy, no; I actually get a kick out of talking with people on this topic at times. Follow along with this article as you drink your favorite beverage.
What He Learned From a Bully
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2. I’m Not Joking About This – One
Excerpt: As I mentioned late one evening about this post, This is one of the articles the Perceptive Readers have desired me to write for years. Well, you will at least be given the reason for the needed (SAGE) meditative time to bear wonderful fruitage.
3. A NARRATOR’S STORY
Excerpt: The door open…
As the man came out pulling his v-neck sweater sleeves over both arms, he tucked the extremities within his thin brown Isotoners.
“The temperature feels good outside” the man in the living room thought; along with a diagnose , “He must be a cold-blooded man at his age always wearing long sleeve shirts.”
4. I’M NOT JOKING ABOUT THIS – TWO
Excerpt: One teaching tool that Fathers use are parables with hyperbole and imagination. This means they are not to be taken literally, but are still used with well placed equations, so to speak, to see if you can calculate the outcome. Like in the very first statement on the opening page, “WAIT a minute here!”
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