Lasting Thoughts of the Day


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Lasting Thoughts of the Day Directory

Of the two which post do you prefer Wildlife Greetings or Lasting Thoughts of the Day?

Let me know below.

Lasting Inspiration

Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.
Confucius

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
Buddha

He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.
George Bernard Shaw


Music – Be Still


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Collections – Earthen Wurmin, Inspired By Nature and The Autistic Composter


Please Pop Along and Check Them Out.

Do you have a poem you would like to share with the Lasting Thoughts of the Day series? If so let me know below or send your poetry to me direct on theautisticcomposter@gmail.com with “Share My Poetry” as the title.

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Howdy Folks, Earthly Comforts is a broad niche wildlife journaling scrapbook focusing on the countryside, wildlife biodiversity and environmental conservation, flora and fauna volunteering projects, gardening, composting and vermiculture, also known as ‘worm farming and photography too.

29 thoughts on “Lasting Thoughts of the Day

  1. Yes, with the changes you have made already, I would think they could now be combined very easily without sacrificing content. And I’m all for you making your life easier, what with all the irons you now have in the fire, Rory.

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      1. The new styling starts tomorrow Betty have reduced ten morning and evening posts down to four at different times and under a new name.

        Mon, Wed, Fri and Sun only @ 2 in the morning and 2 in the evening plus the content will be on a flexy styled rotal now as well 🙂

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    1. Yes, l was saying to Betty, that the new styled combo Greetings post starts this week. I have reduced the morning and evening posts from ten to four, changed the times, introduced a new less routinal flexy prime content schedule and have loosened some times and extended others.

      I think this will make a considerable difference. I have also told my Asperger’s to cut me some slack, it’s very keen on orderly routines.

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      1. Yes, hey Eugenia, but it’s always about, as I have said, finding our proper balance and our comfort zones. My biggest problem has been the catch-22 of socio-traffic content. I don’t do big crowds of people in real life, and at most, l am only likely to have six friends or casual acquaintances on the go at the max, so managing lots of social noise at once is hard work for me as much as l try l have noticed that it becomes more of a problem.

        But l need a certain amount to keep the autism balanced which is why there is always a struggle.

        People like me, and they like talking to me – l think when l am the reserve working with maybe 20 people and l am very friendly and approachable, but come tea break, l am usually found on the outskirts of them all. I drink my coffee, exchange a few social niceties and then, after ten minutes, get back to work on the projects, and meanwhile, the socialites are still there for another 30 minutes socialising. It drives me crazy. Because l like to not have any involvement in social banalities, l want to work because l am volunteering my time to work.

        Finding the balance in a three-hour pocket is more accessible than working on my blog. It’s always a battle. Many people thrive on social banter for long periods and don’t even realise how much time they waste. I always knew the social side of this blog would take a lot of work.

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      2. I feel you an excellent job of socializing on your blog. I mean how wordy can one be in a comment section on a regular basis. I get wordy every now and then if it is a discussion like ours but normally one or two lines seems to be enough.

        When I worked, I stayed out of what we termed office politics. Pettiness and such gets on my nerves.

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      3. I think wordy might be an alternative middle name name for me Eugenia 😉

        However, it’s only during conversations like we are having, as you have said yourself – but it is during conversation.

        I try to be social in my comments and avoid where l can the waterfall effect that can occur at times with comments as that irks me – you know?

        “My Post …”
        “Someone’s comment”
        My thank you comment
        They might like that comment.

        The above is normal, but sometimes you find people who then carry on

        Thank you
        My pleasure
        Smiley
        Smiley
        Smiley
        Arrg stop it!!

        The waterfall – so now l just try and keep things very simple UNLESS we are actually having a conversation in example like we are 🙂

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