The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome

posted Aug 20, 2017, 9:12 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated Aug 20, 2017, 12:25 PM ]
The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome

All Humpty did was sit on a wall.  The wall is the illusion all our lives are built upon.
It is up to us to figure out which parts of the wall are our illusion, which parts are other peoples illusions, which parts are real and true.

Depending upon your perspective this is tricky, since it can fool you.  It fools others as well.  So well meaning individuals will tell you things in such sincerity that they truly believe and their belief and supreme confidence will trick us into believing as they do.

Confidence people (criminals, con-men/women) use these same tricks, they do it on purpose.  Others do not do it on purpose, but out of their belief and those are the worst ones.

They are so caught up in their illusion that they feel it is real.

We must talk with each other and get into the depths, below the surface, to search and find our own truths.

It may include what others believe and it may not.

It is up to you.

Remember that if you fall off the wall that there are no king's soldiers and king's men to put you together.

All those gurus could not put Humpty together again.

It is up to us to put ourselves together.  Someone else can not do it for us.

The good news is that we have the internal resources and the fortitude to do it.

We have the mind and brain to be able to search out those things that will help us further in this journey and possibly we may help each other.  Sometimes intentionally and sometimes without intention.

Go, Dear Readers and Dear Writers, and write the story of your life.

There is a huge eraser that can be used anytime we make mistakes.  Good thing!

Please share this and other things that help you and perpetuate the healing of ourselves.  I look forward to seeing what illusions you can dispel for me.

Thanks

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