Paradigmatic Participation

Pondering the query, "I'm supposed to be someone, but who?"


Paradigmatic (adj.): of the nature of a paradigm or model


Paradigmatism (n.):  Living as who we really, really, really are.


Personal ParticiPation: We don't have a choice and yet, we do, regarding how we live according to our Three P's – our Plan of Mind (Doing), our Path of Heart (Being), our Premise of Will (Seeing)


Paradigmatic Paraticipation: Following a road never travelled before.


The idea of being like someone else is a false premise guaranteed to lead us into a personal anxiety which is not only toxic to our living, denies us our opportunities to develop and savor our gifts.


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