explaining present participle of ex·plain (Verb) Verb Make (an idea, situation, or problem) clear to someone by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts or ideas. Account for (an action or event) by giving a reason as excuse or justification. I … Continue reading
Ever heard of this? It’s a fancy way to say that you can reason your way out of anything. It means that you can change your mind and make excuses for it. It means that you rethink things to make … Continue reading
….. are hard to do. If it was easy, then we’d do it. There’s something about it though. The hard things bring about a few interesting things. It brings about excuses, a challenge, and a new sense of self. First, … Continue reading
Anyway can create. Everyone has the ability to create. There is no excuse – no amount of lack of skill or ability can stop you from creating. It takes – IMO – a tremendous amount of humility and in some … Continue reading
……..what I am doing is not taking responsibility for what ever it is that I am saying. – I’ll be there at 10ish – It will be warmish – It’s kinda close-ish If you live in southern California, you can … Continue reading
Sometimes you just need to hear a few words put together in a different way and you get a whole new experience with the idea. I heard Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs say this on his show. I don’t even … Continue reading
Well, I guess that all depends on who’s making the plans, but for the most part, I think it’s true. I guess if you’re making the plans, that might be inspiring. I guess I should have called it – other people’s plans don’t inspire, dreams do.
I don’t know what it is. I have students that are more about excuses for why they can’t do what it is they dream about, and that’s just the ones that are dreaming. Many of them don’t.
I guess it’s good to dream – and the plans are necessary. But the dreams must continue. Make plans, but don’t stop dreaming.
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