Gifts-of-Being From Sensible-Self

Gifts-of-Being from Sensible-Self By Syl Dinada

There’s also a perspective that thoughts and feelings are like the weather and that there really is no need to change them, just observe them. Eventually, they will change. Always moving always transforming. It’s often the struggling to change our state that leads to more trouble…

 – Darin Samaha

Yes, that is so. There’s a bit More to it. “…there is always More.” 😀 If we struggle to change our State-of-Being in *Opposition* to how we are, then it typically leads to trouble. But why? Why are we not free to *Choose* how to be?

We of course *are* free to Choose how-to-be. But!, there is always a but. But we have to *First* learn how to not only BE, but how to Be in all the various ways. We have to learn how to BE in those ways that are *NOT* the ones we choose. This seems counter-intuitive.

When we look at those States-of-Being that have come to us, have come at us, have come upon us, and from which we want to “escape,” we have to ask ourselves *WHY* they are there. Why has this State-of-Being come to us?

When we realise those Ways-of-Being have come to us as a *GIFT,* that is when it all changes. Then we observe, pay Attention, figure out and otherwise Come-to-Understanding. This is the point of it all. Then we see what it is that we *need* to learn.

It is the necessity to Come-to-Awareness that is the primary issue. Once we have that Awareness and Understanding of what is involved, then our Sate-of-Being ends up changing all by itself, moving on to what’s next and what is Appropriate.

The essential perspective is to know that Appropriateness is almost always in the Context of Learning and Growth, of Developing and Enhancing Awareness. Once we bring this Perspective into play, it changes everything.

Now that struggle becomes a Gift-of-Learning. Now what comes, Makes Sense. Now what comes is there for a purpose and has meaning. Now what comes seems like it has been sent by ourselves, albeit a much more sensible version of ourselves. Perhaps if we like, we could think of it as Future-Self trying to help make things just that much easier and quicker when it comes to our Personal Growth, if only we will learn the lessons it sends. 🙂 😀

Once we Understand, Resolution follows.

 – Biella Noble


Gifts-of-Being

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  1. Five inherent culture from the family
    -Finishing everything on the plate.
    -Praying before eating.
    -Sunday family day.
    -Greeting the elderly with respect.
    -Removing of footwear when entering another house.

    Two specific cultures wanted to have
    -Culture of giving gifts on special occasion.
    -Cooking of food during Sundays as gathering.

    Culture for others
    -Finishing everything on the plate.

  2. MORALES, NICOLE FRANCIS A.
    SOCIOLOGY AMD FAMILY PLANNING – ARC132

    • 5 inherent culture I have
    1) Eating together.
    2) Praying together.
    3) Having a family bonding every Sunday.
    4) Talking about life, future, wishes.
    5) Daily lecture from parents.
    • 2 cultures I wish I have:
    1) Staying forever as a family. Even in the end like a perfect extended family.
    2) Taking pictures together even if there’s no occasion.
    • One culture I have that others must acquire:
    Basically, eating together. By that simple gesture, parents control the behavior of their child. They can monitor their actions, and talking about problems that each member is having. Eating together must be a tradition.

  3. 5 cultures in my family
    1) There will always be a day in a week that we will go to mall.
    2) Pagmamano
    3) Saying “po” at “opo”
    4) In terms of eating, we should eat with complete members.
    5) Vacation every summer

    2 cultures
    1) Finishing the food
    2) Curfew

    1 culture that others should have
    1) There will always be a day in a week that we will go to mall.

  4. PILAO, JOHN FREDRICK R.
    SOCIOLOGY AMD FAMILY PLANNING – ARC13

    5 cultures in my family
    1) Respect. “po” and “opo”
    2) Sunday is Family Day
    3) Attending Mass every Sunday
    4) Pag Mano
    5) Family reunion every year

    2 Specific cultures you wish you have
    1) none. im happy with my family in our own culture.
    2)

    1 culture that others should have
    1) Respect.

  5. ENRIQUEZ, ALLEN J.
    SOCIOLOGY AMD FAMILY PLANNING – ARC13

    5 cultures in my family
    1) Breakfast is essential
    2) Respect through pag mano, beso or hug
    3) Saying po and opo
    4) We drink together
    5) Gifts are essential on special days

    2 cultures you wish you have
    1) none
    2)

    1 culture that others should have
    1) Eating breakfast together

  6. Surio, Sheila Ann D.
    Mar142
    Sociology MQ2

    Individualism because it depicts how to live life the way you want it to be and just be free.

  7. Hao, Edwin John F. / Mar141 / Sociology MQ2 / I think the article shows individualism because the article encourages and shows the readers how to live freely and live the life just you want it to be.

  8. Escanilla, Joshua R./ Mar141/ Sociology MQ2/ individualism because this article describe the perception of people on how to live free and independent

  9. Benito, Alimoding B.
    MAR142
    Sociology MQ2
    This article falls under individualism because it tells how we should enjoy our life and be free to show who we are as a person.

  10. cantuba, Ma. Rinzele L.
    MAR141
    Sociology MQ2
    This article falls under individualism because it talks about how we must enjoy life to the fullest.

  11. Magsino, Joebert Lester D.
    ARC 133
    Sociology MQ2
    It is under individualism for it teaches us how to live our lives to the fullest and be true to what we really are.

  12. DE VERA, Raymund Anthony R.
    MAR141
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism – This pertains how we can enjoy our lives and living it to the fullest.

  13. Cadena, Mira Claire B.
    MAR141
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism, it tells us that we should enjoy our life and don’t be afraid to show who you really are.

  14. Jose, Renzo Angelo D.
    ARC 131
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism. For the article speaks about oneself.

  15. Parilla, Nicole Shandy M.
    ARC 131
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism
    because it tells about how we must enjoy our lives

  16. Ablaza, Jian Jacob S.
    ARC131
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism – express your self in your own way

  17. Rodenas, Toni R
    MAR 141
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism because it tells us to be who we are and that we have to live our life to the fullest.

  18. BARNES, CAMELLE SHAYNE B.
    ARC 133
    SOCIOLOGY MQ2
    INDIVIDUALISM pertains how we can enjoy our lives and living it to the fullest.

  19. De Vera, Riziel Arrianne U.
    ARC 132
    Sociology MQ2
    Individualism – this article tells us about living our life the way we want it to be.

  20. Cantuba, Ma. Rinzele L.
    Mar 141
    Sociology MQ2
    This article falls under individualism because it basically denotes that our own perspective has nothing to do with what is happening around us but instead we tend to fit in to those changes.

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