On Telling “It” Like “it” is

If your version of “it” is always dreadful, discouraging, and gloomy, then it is highly unlikely that you’re someone who describes “it” as “it” really is. Sometimes “it” is okay. Sometimes “it” works.┬áSometimes “it” is helpful. Sometimes “it” is easy. Sometimes “it” is rewarding. Sometimes “it” is worth appreciating. Sometimes “it” is moving in a… Continue reading On Telling “It” Like “it” is