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Thomas Maples

Daily Inspiration

Whether you think that you can, or that you can’t, you are usually right.

Henry Ford

Don’t find fault, find a remedy.

Henry Ford
I Think I Can: Why Find Fault… Be Part of the Solution?

The Philosopher’s Corner

So much of the noise that surrounds us is blaming. Mistakes are made, and instead of owning up to them, and working in a collaborative fashion to trouble shoot them, we begin to point fingers at the other side, blame, and game continues on in a never ending circular process, where no accountability is ever taken, and life moves on status quo. This is not a right versus left thing, a red versus blue thing, instead, as Henry Ford alludes to in his quotes, it is a matter of using one’s intellect for its main purpose, to solve problems versus become part of them.

As a child, one the the greatest stories I remember was of a little train that thought he could. Remember that story. I don’t see it taught to children… I wonder why?

When we find fault, we sentence the mind to conclusions based upon past perspective. Unfortunately, this oftentimes is simply where the psyche stops. But then what… What can you do with that information? Is a remedy there? Did you step up to the plate to become part of the solution versus the problem itself. This is the true battle ground where division leads to unity, and humanity has the capacity to emerge in a much stronger state than it was prior to the chain of events that brought fault finding itself.

What remedy will you find today? Do you Think You Can…

Like What you Read?

Dr. Tom’s first publication, Siddhartha: The Psychology of Realizing our Inner Potential is a psychoanalysis of the Buddha’s plight to realize his inner potential. It is based upon the novel Siddhartha, written by the Nobel Laureate author Hermann Hesse. In it, you will undertake a biographical journey through the 4 seasons of life.

Like Siddhartha, you too will explore the wonder of traveling through the spring of childhood plight, and celebrate the arrival of summer passion common to romantic love’s delight. You will wax and wane through the Fall of middle-age, sit back and reflect upon the the sun’s night-sea’s journey in Winter’s wise-age. I truly hope you enjoy.

Siddhartha: The Psychology of Realizing our Inner Potential

Prayers and Blessings friends… Don’t forget to

Believe… Achieve… Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.

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