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Intentional Dissection

Updated on April 19, 2014

"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more, it turns denial into acceptances, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend." Melody Beattie

I hope no one judges the content of this hub by the title before reading it. I had that problem with the word euthanasia (even when I defined it), so I will proceed defining the words to be used in context.

Intentional is an adjective which means to do with conscious, deliberate, intended, knowing, purposeful, purposive, voluntary, willed, etc.; it is qualifying the noun "dissection" which means cutting, so as to separate into pieces.

We cannot dissect people alive, unless it is a cadaver for scientific purposes...but we can intentionally dissect thoughts and behaviors. In order to unmask, we need to cut and separate. Like an open Pandora box, we are living in times where people hide their true identities. We are surrounded by people with good mental health and others with psychological problems and disorders. How to know when it is evil intentions that a person has? How do we separate the tares from the wheat by people's behavior?

Truth or false


Really????? Things you don't say to your wife

Hide and seek

Let's expose some hiding places (with my sincere heart, my intention is not to hurt but to give sight to blind hearts). We all want to look our best, but we need wisdom to know when fake is more than the "normal" social outfit. Let's prevent more broken hearts by hiding our realities.

  1. hair dye
  2. makeup
  3. pushup bras
  4. color contact lenses
  5. plastic surgery
  6. paraphrasing words instead of lying, but not even saying the truth
  7. etc., etc., etc.

Melody Beattie took care of herself no matter what


Tying to impress

It has become a habit trying to impress. Instead of being oneself, we tend to occur to materialistic things or behavior that are not ours. When the door closes, who really are we?

Trying to challenge our self to do the best is one thing and to pretend who we are not is another. You choose what your heart desires and the capacity of dealing to what makes you happy because God gave us free will, I am just trying, as a Special Education Teacher, to prevent more clients to be registered into the program; just because social pressure or non own acceptance gives birth, or aggravates problems and disorders that are hidden in human beings:

  1. depression
  2. anxiety disorder
  3. schizophrenia
  4. childhood disorders
  5. impulsive control disorders
  6. personality disorders
  7. adjustment disorders
  8. addictions
  9. family problems

Trust to relationships

This is why I recommend with conscious, deliberate, intended, knowing, purposeful, purposive, voluntary and willed to start cutting so as to separate into pieces those friends and loved ones. By doing so will give trust to relationships.

What will you find in them, perhaps will be the same you already know. It may also surprise the fact that it is a complete stranger. You may also encounter the truth that you opened the box of Pandora, and help needs to be provided.

We are keepers of the people of this world. Some people resist help given, but mainly many are with their arms open willing to be rescued. There are those that they want to just keep with their bad habits or wrong decisions of being harmed or unhealthy.


We people have so much going on our life that it is not easy to get through a day completely satisfied. Individuals have tricks, acknowledgement, talents, grace...or just life opportunities to overcome situations. We all are so different one from the other, that we cannot expect others to think, act or be like us. We have to learn to accept others the way they are.

That being said and clarified, I do agree with the fact that each one of us need to know who is by our side. We need to be prepared with the approach between each other.

We also have the freedom of deciding who will be very near; who will be friends, or just stay as co-workers, family members, etc...the relation is decided by us alone as individuals despised of the natural or environmental 'status' correlated to each other.

Be trustworthy

Humble people are those that are unpretentious and conscious of one's failings; that at the moment of being intentionally dissected, they will respond with their true intentions.

Blessings to all as we intentionally dissect and in us may be found a trustworthy person!

Ooh..before you leave, let me tell you a secret ...I intentionally dissected a frog and the intentions were from a true prince.

© Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill

Apply this mentally


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      Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill 5 years ago from Borikén the great land of the valiant and noble Lord

      Heey Froggy213, it was only your intentions...not intestines.

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      Greg Boudonck 5 years ago from On A Mountain In Puerto Rico

      Well Curiad, at least ask her to give me my liver and intestines back. LOL!!!

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      Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill 5 years ago from Borikén the great land of the valiant and noble Lord

      Curiad that is a very thought provoking comment.

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      Mark G Weller 5 years ago from Lake Charles, LA.

      I am not quite sure what to say here, it was interesting though.

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      Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill 5 years ago from Borikén the great land of the valiant and noble Lord

      Thanks, Froggy213 and billybuc. Freedom in being our self is such a wonderful experience!

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      Bill Holland 5 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Your words are so true! Beautiful hub written with wisdom that comes from really living life.

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      Greg Boudonck 5 years ago from On A Mountain In Puerto Rico

      Wow, quite an amazing hub!

      Can I please have my liver back???

      Great job Honey!!