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Configuring Figures

Nope, not talking math here, my worst subject. Once you go past Algebra, it is all “geek” to me.

I do admire all the ones who truly get it as easy as making scrambled eggs, it is just not me.

No,…what I am talking about is configuring people which is somewhat like working a Trig or Calculus problem.

Sometimes we work and work to try and find the right connection with someone and beat our heads against the wall trying to find an answer. A solution to the puzzle is sometimes harder than others, but can be worth it in the end.

It’s almost like working a Rubik’s Cube.

This week marked the birthday of Erno Rubik (July 13 1944)? The
Hungarian inventor is best known for his invention of the
Rubik’s Cube in the spring of 1974. One eighth of the world’s
population has laid hands on the Cube, the most popular puzzle
in history. There is only 1 correct answer and 43 quintillion
wrong ones for Rubik’s Cube. šŸ˜‰

~~~Ā  THINK ABOUT IT:

“All persons are puzzles until at last we find in some word or
act the key to the man, to the woman; straightway all their
past words and actions lie in light before us.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Categories: Psychology
  1. July 18, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    I could never do that thing. lol

    That aside…someone told me something… and I always remember it.
    We were sitting listening to someone talk. This person was going on and on about calling the police on this person, and charging that person, etc.
    So my friend turns to me and says *people will always tell you who they really are, you just have to listen*… so true. šŸ™‚

    Have a wonderful day!

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