The Four Quadrants

The  Four Quadrants
The Four Quadrants

Friday, August 31, 2007

Various Non-connected Thoughts Forming

1: Many of us feel we rationally can approach everything in the universe; however there may me "things" in the universe, relative to which, our mind is utterly psychotic-like.

2: We must distinguish between response-ability (the ability to respond or its opposite: response-inability) and accountability (knowing you are the person who will receive consequences of your actions, inactions and choices.)

The two are entirely different and totally confused.

If you have both predominant response-inability and account-inability, you're pretty much screwed for this lifetime.

We must take responsibility and accountability for what we don't say and what we don't do.

3 There are people who live there live more according to what actually may be inferred
and there are people who live their lives more according to innuendo and what is read in. Most people are of the second type.

4 Most people are utterly incapable of putting everything on the table in terms of what is actually there to be considered and attended to. A shared effort by two of more people to put everything that is truly due concern on the table is nearly non-existent from my point of view.

What may be truly relevant to be on the table, how much attention it initially may deserve and what may be truly irrelevant is a function of intelligence, cognitive and emotional honesty, experience, personal values and developmental level.

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