Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Stew Nod, Nov 20, 2015.
Consider you place in time? regrets? ambitions?
I'd be interested in other people's thoughts.........in this trap called time
sometimes when i'm listening to thss i'll wonder what i'm doing with my life
LOL, forget what forum I'm in..of course none of you reflect
yup I do a 10th step every night (Google it) and during the Hebrew month of Elul I do chesbon hanefesh (lit means "spiritual accounting") which is where you look over the past year and make a list of amends you must make as well as sins and character flaws. It sounds grim but it's actually great to release that guilt and resentment most ppl have no idea how it feels, like dropping q 100lb weight
I do too much. All I fucking do is analyze and obsess. Whyyyyyy meeeeee
I got some good blow yesterday at 1pm, been doing a lot of reflecting since then...
Thoughts are just a bunch of monkeys in your head banging on drums.
I like to be busy. No time to reflect. But we all have regrets. Would have, should have...........
Not true....I do, probably too much
Mmmmm I love a good chesbon with a cup of coffee.
When is Elul again? I feel like it just past.
That's all I ever do. It's a curse.
There's a distinct difference between reflection and dwelling.
Dwelling is the devil.
And reflection is something I do and the last place I'd come to talk about it is here.
I know my good points and I'm painfully aware of my flaws.
Every year as I get older, I try not to be as big an asshole as I was the year before. It's a goal I often fail reaching.
Note to self......
I reflect fairly often, but typically it takes on the form of self-talk, and I try and either make some sense or learn from missteps taken. Reflection's crazy sibling is obsession, and if you're prone to obsessing over mistakes or missteps, I would focus on forgiving yourself and trying to be more in the moment you're presently in, rather than the past.
I often think about all the broads I could've fucked if I had realized at the time that they would've let me. That kills me.
Here is a good 10th step work sheet, even if you're not an alcoholic it's a great way to get honest with yourself