Here are this weeks questions answered!! Keep them coming!!! The boys are loving this and we have a new participant joining us next week who will be able to chime in on the female perspective!!! Stay tuned!!!
Question: Has anyone ever doubted the "authenticity" of your typing and how did you (or others) convince them it was you?
I stay very focused on my own journey and dont care about whether people believe its me or not. People who believe its me get to know me well. People that dont believe its me will never get to know the real me and i am not interested in wasting my time convincing them of something they refuse to see. I am keir a person worth your time but if you doubt its me you are not worth my time. I have lots to accomplish but no time to waste.
There will always be doubters and skeptics but we just need to keep doing what we are doing teaching people about presumed competence and spreading the word and knowledge of FC. We can only continue doing what we are doing and forget the ignorance of others. It's fear of the unknown and they are cowards.
Question: How do you define a successful life?
I consider my life successful. I have a family a school and friends. I communicate i am a person with thoughts and feelings that are very important to me. My thoughts about success are very different than many peoples thoughts. I define success as happiness and safety to feel content. I have both so my life is successful. You might define it differently but that is how i see it.just dont put to much emphasis on money it does not define success and might make you miss true success.
A successful life is different for every person and manifests in different ways but I think the commonality is happiness,. Happiness comes in many forms like material possessions, relationships etc but successful happiness must come from within your soul and only you can be the judge of that.
Please note the answers to the questions have been typed by the students and have not been altered, edited or reformatted in anyway. These are their genuine thoughts and responses.
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