Some Time With Anonymous




Why is it that some information is attributed to some person named “Anonymous”? Some of their Stuff (IKR my “technical” filter) can be pretty accurate. Let’s take a look at propositions from Mouses (Pronounced moose-es. It’s my word so I can spell it any way I choose.) I have a collection of Anonymous writings and actually read through it.


How do you confirm or discredit suggestions that a person is (you are) overly critical?

- Are you always finding fault with the people around you?

- Is it difficult for you to see the good in others?

- Do other people find YOU judgmental?

- Are you easily irritated by other people’s mannerisms?

- Do you think you are always right?


Now, what if you recognize yourself (oops, what if you recognize another person) as overly critical? Why might the behavior or those emotions exist? Ok, reminder…this analysis is from Anonymous (certainly not me.)


It is suggested that overly critical people might be very unhappy themselves and tend to project that onto or toward others. Commonly identified emotions that translate into being overly critical are:

- Frustration over their own unmet goals.

- Feeling that they are being taken advantage of personally.

- An inferiority complex.

- A lack of self-confidence.


So, now you have an unexpected homework assignment. Are you? If not…who is?


Let’s end on a lighter note though:

- Better late than never, but never late is better.

- Ignorance can be educated. Crazy can be medicated. But there is no cure for stupid.

- A lot of people have gone further than they thought they could because someone else thought they could.

- Ambition is putting a ladder against the sky.


Hmmmmm…

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