BlueIceGargoyle 60M
135 posts
7/31/2006 12:54 am

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I am a person that enjoys good quotes, sayings, poems, and thoughts, ie:" I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself, a bird will fall frozen dead from a bough without feeling sorry for itself", "Nobility is not a birthright, it is defined by ones actions". Thinking of these and my last blog gives me pause to wonder, ... was I stating how I feel or just feelling sorry for myself ? If either of these are true does this make me less of a person or a Dom ? In answer to my own question(s), if it is stating how I feel then I find that I am no less of a person or Dom as we all do have feelings whatever they may be ....happy, sad, etc. This now leaves feeling sorry for myself .......if so, then I say again that it makes me no less of a person or Dom as we all do at times feel sorry for ourselves. The main thing with either of them is not to dwell on these things but instead learn from them. If now all this is so why is it that I keep on repeating my mistakes? So now I say in answer to my own question(s) that I am not any less of a person or Dom, as to why do I keep making the same mistake over and over ..... shrugs and smiles, if I new that I would not be making the same mistake . Okay why did I include the title of Dom in my question(s) ? Because I have noted that once you make it known that you are a Dom, you tend to be held to a seperate set of standards in addition to shall we say what society says are the norms.

angelicdelights 105F

8/5/2006 10:17 pm

you are who you are...no way to change or deny that fact. emotions and feelings are human nature..thoughts of feeling sorry for one's self is not just human nature but some species as well. others do not feel sorry but just try to survive to the next day. no one was or is perfect and we make some mistakes along the way...others tend to make the same mistakes till they learn the lesson they are meant to learn while walking their path of life. as for your thoughts on "what society says are the norms" depends on which society you are talking about...the vanilla society or the bdsm society since they seem to be in a different category all together.

pearlnecklace22 53F
41 posts
8/7/2006 12:34 pm

another good piece of work Blue I like you just the way you are a really nice guy

rm_Melciber 61M
214 posts
8/11/2006 1:37 pm

Noticing the chains that bind us is the first step to seeing the prison of repeated actions and patterns that our mind caused to bond us with. . . .

The bad news - W/we do it to O/ourselves . .
The good news - W/we do it to O/ourselves . . .

Like the king living in a dungeon in his palace in his kingdom - the only guard who would keep him prisoner is his own mind.

The mind is no master . . . so let it go - with all its reasons and logic - let it go and You will still be the same person only the mind will be Your servant - not Your guardian.

These paterns have come to Your attention so that You can attend to them - face them - & - watch Your mind struggle with them . . . for what? for its own honour? or its own sense of worth - - - You are bigger than that. You are You. Indivisible.

Suicidia 50F

8/28/2006 12:42 pm

It makes a refreshing change to hear a Dom speaking so frankly about these things.

safetydance123 51F
145 posts
9/15/2006 8:45 am

"I never saw a wild thing feel sorry for itself....." is one of the most beautiful things I have heard in a long time. So true! Life is short! Truth & joy essential. Marie

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