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*This is a re-recording, due to technical difficulties.* Many of us complain about drama. We're usually referring to others' drama, not our own. How do we become involved in the drama, when the last place we want to be is in the thick of it? Well, many of us observed drama growing up and as much as we say we "don't like it or want it' we often help to create it.
As human beings we all have our own sense of reality based on our beliefs...our filters out into the world. And it means we see things from our version of circumstances, which doesn't always translate to what someone else sees or experiences. Friction can occur, a difference in styles of communication, but most importantly...drama is created by a stance.
If I don't feel heard, or need attention or view people from a perspective that they don't get me...I inadvertently am communicating with them in a way to provoke. (or sometimes purposely doing it) How do we stop drama? Transparent communication from a space of truth inside. At least from our view, if we are stating something, which is not an indictment of another person, but a truth about ourselves...then we can release the 'resistant stance' against another. Make sense? Join me to find out more.
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Today's topic of conversation is drama!!!
Have you noticed how some people are proned to creating drama in their lives?
If they don't have it in their personal lives, then they've got to get involved in other's live and create it there...
What do you do find that to be so in your reality?
Let's talk about it and see what we can shift as we become a more conscious society!!!
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Patrick is a retired United States Marine Officer (Major) and served three and half tours of duty in Vietnam with 22 years of total service to his country. Patrick received the ABC News Armed Forces Salute and VA award.
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Act One Finale, Part Two
Digital Damnation II
Synopsis: In a world where literacy is outlawed and people are dependant on technology, a fireman who burns books for a living eventually changes his perspective and strives to do something about it. The second part of the finale finds our protagonist, Guy Montag, regretting his reactions towards Clarisse whom contacts him and asks for another meeting. During their time together, she confesses her frustrations of feeling trapped while showcasing a talent Guy caught hints of in their previous meetings. But in the end, Digital Damnation rears its ugly head again and takes away something very precious from him.
Rated: PG-13 for strong, scary images, situations and violence.
Written By: Ray Bradbury
Serial Adaption By: Tim Pylypiuk
Performed By: Tim Pylypiuk and Maria Illiou
Images By: Steve Crisp, Zazzle.ca, weebly.com, Valerie K, Wolfbane15, Bonnielass22
Music By: The Gentleman Losers, Angele Dubeau & La Pieta
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