Why A Prickly Predicament Commands Our Direct Resolve

Your veins are popping.

You are seeing red, bright red.

Your blood pressure is 200/150 and on the rise.

Hot and bothered, you are irritated by the prickly predicament in your project you put yourself in. More than that, with no warning or knowledge, it gets even worse.

Why?

Because your colleagues that thrust this confusing mess of overstepping any boundaries of decorum is laughing hysterically at the situation.

Screwed Up?

You think in your brain ideas like:

  • “How is this possible with this task?”
  • “How is this perceivable that I screwed up?”
  • “How do I get into this circumstance?”
  • “Where did it begin?”

“I didn’t do anything wrong. I didn’t ask for this mystery and upshots of the results.”

“And I especially don’t appreciate the other colleagues that are so apathetic that they are going along with the crowd, rather than defending what I am trying to figure out in my head in the first place.”

“Geez.”

Our “Kingdom”

Been there, done that.

And it’s not too pleasant.

All of us, no matter what the circumstances may occur, are not paying enough attention to what our “kingdom” ensues sometimes. We are not unbreakable. In fact, there is always a crack somewhere that crumples up the whole situation whether we perceived it or not.

Boundary Lines

Yes, we can moan and cry a lot about the state of affair unfolding.

We can get nasty very quickly.

Similarly, our flunkies that inflicted this pain of our enterprise would take some blame, too. If we are lucky, redemption on the condition will occur.

Or is it better to just chalk it up to an unpleasant experience? To understand clearly what the boundary lines are and to effectively maneuver this pathway in the future?

Definitely, a rotten egg to deal with for sure, but how we approach our character brings a lot to our substance in the long run.

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