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Debs and I have articled many times over the years about the ownership of oneself. A child comes into this earth being temporarily owned (all be it full time) for the first quarter of its life or there about by whom society deems as the child’s parents, or at least in the perfect world it’s claimed to be that way, holding legal status over the child’s choices and decisions for many of the early years. Now, here is the crazy thing, as an employed adult if you were responsible for the running of machinery worth millions of pounds, or employed a working role with a legal position of responsibility that dictated the long term emotional stability of the country, then it’s inevitable you would be expected to have undergone training or studies beforehand that will allow for that responsibility. So my question being where is the same invested studies and training for parenting. Let’s not be egotistical here and go with the first reaction of “who the hell is Paul Rees to tell me I need parenting training” Im not there, but us mam and dad humans are far from perfect.

Changes and growth in our life and corporate experiences come from many academies of self-appreciation and the appreciation of others, but some appreciation's can seemingly come too late in life for us to have made the most. One most common and recognised latency in appreciations would have to be the regret one may have felt after a loss of a dear loved one, wishing a greater effort to maintain contact or show more love to the lost loved one whilst they were here.

What is Karma? Is each Karmic bank adopted at birth yours and yours only?  Is each Karmic emotional return felt by the individual at that precise second already planned and placed in that persons world of Karmic blue print? Who is the influencer of Karma and why the return, what’s the purpose and do we stock bank Karma, weather positive or negative

There are many words we use on a daily basis that for the most have lost its absolute essence of understanding, feeling and meaning in its truest sense. We have globally manipulated, customised and have over time remoulded so much of the word dictionary and adopted new meanings for established words. A great example being the word “sick” which in the Cambridge English Dictionary means “feeling ill”, but now as well as the dictionary we all know from our educated years at school there is also the Urban Dictionary, and the meaning of “sick” in the Urban Dictionary is something or someone who is cool, trick, insane (in a good way). Trying to keep up with these new meanings is just head work I tell you, I have two daughters and man they come out with new sayings or slang meanings that leaves me and wife scratching our heads in disbelief to the speed at which their young social communicative language changes, and as parents just as we feel we have it bagged and caught up with all the new jargon being used there are new meanings and new words to learn.

Was it a true or a false feeling? So hard to know the difference these days, as some individuals use false feelings within their daily lives without recognition, never recognising the triggers of stunted emotional growth.

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