here i sit, pondering all the different aspects of my life, and I cant help but wonder if turning bad things, such as character flaws, into good things, could be considered a god given gift. i have never been a bible thumper, by any means. i honestly believe that somewhere along the line, we the people got something seriously wrong. I am not saying that i am an atheist, just that I am not sure who or what the correct way to god may be. That is a subject best suited for it's OWN article.
What I am talking about here, is character flaws. Such as my Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, which i use to my advantage as much as possible. I have the ability to stick my head into something, and just absolutely go NUTS with it. Do I whine, and cry, thinking that I need medication and years of psychological counseling, or do i just go with the flow. I like to tackle things, and will not give up until I have figured out some way to solve the problem.
Lately i have been writing a lot of articles over at Street-Articles, a site that allows you to publish articles, and give you exposure, while getting your articles into the search engines, all for free. it is a great service, that you can use to be seen, and found through the different search engines. I have one article on their that continues to be rejected, even though at one time it was approved. At first, i was pissed, thinking that if they accepted it once, they surely should accept it again. After butting heads with the moderators, and reposting the article twice a day, now my articles are being looked at almost right away, as before it would take at least 24 hours. So, turning lemons into lemonade, I now get my articles looked at and either accepted or rejected within the hour. if you look at it that way, it is a good thing. So now, from this point forward, whenever I submit an article, it should only take an hour or more to be accepted, and put out their for the world to see. How great is that.
What I am saying here, is that if you have character flaws, whatever they may be, try to find a way to use them to your advantage, and see what becomes of it.
Thanks for reading, Theron.