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Millennials need constant praise and reassurance.  It is what drives them. Period ( exhausting- right? True happiness and self esteem comes from within. Nope not for them) They are also the most loyal of all the labeled generations, if you can capture it.

 

Incidentally they are also on a whole the most philanthropic. It is the sum of their age group’s combined efforts that earns them this distinction. 

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1 hour ago, PoetryGirl said:

Tea-

Millennials need constant praise and reassurance. 

Uh-Oh.  Does this mean I'm a hybrid Gen X'er or am I just immature?  Be gentle.

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3 hours ago, Tea said:

Uh-Oh.  Does this mean I'm a hybrid Gen X'er or am I just immature?  Be gentle.


i think you already know the answer. You are smart. 

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3 hours ago, PoetryGirl said:


i think you already know the answer. You are smart. 

 

I think you are both smart.

 

Praise DSO.

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True intelligence is not arrived at purely through the intellect. True intelligence is attained through a balance of the left and right, male and female, hemispheres of the brain. Neither pole of the duality is smarter but there is certainly a long standing male imbalance going on in the world. I hope we can find the middle, the ying-yang. 

 

Does anyone care? Some do.

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Hearts aglow. 
 

So thankful to be a part of this tribe. You are my people. Gratitude earthbrothers and sisters- blessed rising! Happy Thanksgiving 

 

 

enjoy this Dear Mr Fantasy. Atlanta  4/1/1990 

https://archive.org/details/gd1990-04-01.sbd.miller.87809.sbeok.flac16/gd90-04-01d2t05.flac

 

and donate today. 

 

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On 11/27/2019 at 8:46 AM, Mango said:

True intelligence is not arrived at purely through the intellect. True intelligence is attained through a balance of the left and right, male and female, hemispheres of the brain. Neither pole of the duality is smarter but there is certainly a long standing male imbalance going on in the world. I hope we can find the middle, the ying-yang. 

 

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I don’t know man. I love your emphasis and belief in duality but our world currently suffers from the lack of true men. I dance the yin and the yang but at the heart of it, I’m full of testosterone. I think there is too much of an attempt for both male and female at least amongst the intellectuals to become one and the same. Our world needs men. Our world needs women. 

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38 minutes ago, Mason's Child said:

I don’t know man. I love your emphasis and belief in duality but our world currently suffers from the lack of true men. I dance the yin and the yang but at the heart of it, I’m full of testosterone. I think there is too much of an attempt for both male and female at least amongst the intellectuals to become one and the same. Our world needs men. Our world needs women. 

 

IMO a true man is balanced. No one is purely yin or yang. But as i said, "intellectual" doesn't imply intelligence. So i agree that our world suffers from a lack of quality men but dont agree that men need to be devoid of feminine qualities to be "true men". 

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Infuse it now so it has some time to steep

 

 

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