- acknowledging the difference
I love my sister.
My sister also loves me.
But we hate each other.
We are different.
And we can not recognize each other.
I have blocked my sister's Instagram and Facebook. Then I wonder and release the block, see how it is done and then block it again. The reason is for my sister and myself.
It may be self-rationalization, It is true.
If we accept each other's thoughts, we will not fight.
We were born and raised in one stomach, but it is so different.
But We are not wrong.
We are different.
My sister and I need time to acknowledge each other.
So I miss my sister, but I can not contact her often.
Sometimes it is hard.
To admit that it is different.
But I am a very happy person. I am happy because these situations make me strong. - 다름을 인정한다는 것
나는 우리 언니를 사랑한다.
우리 언니도 나를 사랑한다.
하지만 우리는 서로를 미워한다.
것보다 서로의 다름을 인정하지 못하기에.
나는 언니의 인스타그램과 페이스북을 차단시켜 놓았다. 그리고나면 궁금해져서 차단을 해제하고 어떻게 지내는지 훔쳐보고 다시 차단시켜 놓는다. 그 이유는 우리 언니, 그리고 나 자신을 위해서이다.
자기합리화 일수도 있겠지만,
서로의 생각이 다름을 인정한다면 싸울 일이 없을 것이다.
우리는 한 뱃속에서 태어나고 자랐지만 너무도 다르다.
우리는 틀린것이 아니다.
언니와 나에게는 서로를 인정할 시간이 필요하다.
그래서 언니가 그리워도 자주 연락할 수가 없다.
다름을 인정한다는 것이
난 참 행복한 사람임에 틀림없다.
이러한 상황들이 날 강하게 해주니 말이다.
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“Our Culture has this adverse attitude about thinking...” - @andyjpizza
Unfortunately, his statement is valid. Of course we know this isn’t true for every person on the planet, but his ‘overthinking’ concept rang true to us. When creating, do you ever fall into the, ‘I’m so overthinking this’?
We consider our over-thinking as, thinking it all the way through.
But can you really over think a process or an idea? And if so, wouldn’t the opposite then be, ‘under-thinking’ your process or idea?
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