Rock, Paper, Scissors. A childhood game of chance, yet giving insight to memory, thought, decision, success, failure, stratagy and of course, intreging luck 'skills'. Yep, often reflective of dealing with and/or living with a Traumatic Brain Injury.
The Rock will be strong, defeating each sharp and "Scissor" object attacking our 'understandings' (be it verbal, physical or uncompassionate). Yet, even one made of granite will quickly disolve when surrounded by a mass flood of Paper work; be it writing skills, noting skills, math skills (my personal kryptonite), EXCETERA. The Scissor? Those robjects indeed cut not only corners, but can slice a goal in half if you are not strong as a rock!
Here's a hint as we 'play' the game: I normally choose "The Rock"... Because inspiration, be it gained or give - comes from within. You must be strong, TBI, ABI or NBI (no brain injury). Or as Momma used to say "say what you want Matthew, but you better be right." THE ROCK of truth. And, as a side selling point, "we will Rock you!" because on TMDS we love to smile, and rock n' rock makes me do so. LP even sings!
With 'Stonebridge' on the horizon, we will rock on! But, let's talk. What's your weapon of choice in Rock, Paper, Scissors? What works for you? What maybe could you use instead? Rock, Paper, Scissors. Much like baseball to me, a true "game of Life" we all play. Be it real, or be it by hand...
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