Originally Posted by moonrambler
After I posted here the other day, I felt so much bottled-up crap coming out on the board, it was quite a relief.
Then it's fine. And time to move on!
This, I do agree, is something that would help. I don't even know how to begin. |
Zenn said, "You practiced action, your decided way of dealing with this." In contrast, moriarty said when people believe they have a safety net, they may act in detrimental ways to their goals because they believe they have a safety net.
I'm not sure how I could have not practiced action. I have been one of the people here who step in when everyone's proclaiming that action = LoA, and say "not always." But -- when I was over my head -- I chose to work 10 or 12 hours a day most days per week, and if I would have worked, say 7 or 8 five days per week, and then things fell apart, we'd maybe be saying it's because I didn't do enough action.
It's not about how much you act, it's all about how powerful your action is. It's about leverage. Some people earn millions within hours, others only cents. The first group uses leverage, the second group does not use leverage.
Was your action joyous or was it out of commitment?
What else am I supposed to stop because it might scatter my focus too much?