What is the worst thing in your life ?

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  1. techap profile image59
    techapposted 11 years ago

    What is the worst thing in your life ?

  2. tsmog profile image83
    tsmogposted 11 years ago

    This is a challenging question, which requires much pondering and thought. It should spawn a hub or two once the thought simmers with maybe a cup'pa tea  or coffee.

    Off the cuff I am stuck. The stuck state is discussed intimately with the work of Paul R. Schelle's series 'Natural Brillance' seeking how to release that energy. What is cool about the stuck state is it offers only opportunities. What is as you termed the 'worst thing' of it is the process through exploration a discovery, yet 'what' is that unknown . . . being sought when stuck.

    On occasions I venture to that old cassette tape series, hunt down my archiac walkman player, and then seek that adventure once again. (hmmm both archiac and walkman are underlined in red - I guess they are old)

    Caution when one enters that venture seeking gains or profits. With discovery comes the swing of the pendulum. Between those memories experienced near to pain based on comparison to or of and the delight of the comfort of experiences gained leading to probability of betterment lay that path of 'Natural Brilliance,' of which every individual is unique too.

    If pain is dwelt upon then it is that feeling experienced of comparison to something of loss or better than usually. Yet, with transcendence, pain bore for awhile or longer, it is the fruits discovered of those experiences.

    A flower withers, its pedals fall, yet when placed in an oven, low heat for a bit, soon there is not the brackish memory of loss. The presence of the perfumed scent of a Potpourri with colorful pedals of roses, tulips, or your choice here offer decor and decorum.

    Oddly, a melody may arrive on a gadget of today, such as the stereo - nahh, more than likely your very own hand held phone, which is more of a computer today. Or, if it is an apple of the eye that prompts that song, maybe an ipod or similar device.

    Next, if you are an author or a writer inspiration will strike. And, then a thought follows a word. Soon a paragraph. Or, maybe a poem. What of the audience? Is there anything wrong with the greed of wanting to satisfy 'self?' Isn't the self an 'audience' too?

    Oddly, with creativity, whether that be singing a song while doing the laundry or the thoughts conjured by that ipod, or imagining you are Michael Douglas in the movie 'Greed' you negotiate a deal for the company you work for. It is then maybe a new discovery is made or revisited upon - the imagination of seeking discovery and adventure. Children do this daily.

  3. wqaindia profile image34
    wqaindiaposted 11 years ago

    I think When one is in Job and is compelled to obey wrong orders of the superiors is the worst thing in one's life.

    1. tsmog profile image83
      tsmogposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I must apologize. I may be misinterpreting. Is that 'job' as in relating to a place of work for income or is that the book of 'Job' of the old testament? I ponder both considerations offering agreement with a sip or two.

  4. Cristale profile image84
    Cristaleposted 11 years ago

    My son not being in my life each and every day. I love and miss him so much and think about him all of the time.

    1. Express10 profile image73
      Express10posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      My dad's passing several years ago gives me the same feelings. Not a day goes by that I don't think of him. GOD Bless.

  5. DDE profile image45
    DDEposted 11 years ago

    The worse thing in my life is the very long  wait for documents since I have come to live in Croatia it has been mostly about  waiting for  document approval and time just goes by. Too much of red tape here.

  6. tomy101 profile image61
    tomy101posted 11 years ago

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  7. minikitten profile image73
    minikittenposted 11 years ago

    My lack of discipline, I have loads of ideas, I love to research and discover how to do things but I can't stick to anything for more than a few hours/days.  Exercise, work, uni studies, housework, hobbies, diet, a sleep routine, even a morning routine.  It's crippling, although I suppose the constant search for the 'magic bullet' brings up some interesting stuff.

  8. That Grrl profile image73
    That Grrlposted 11 years ago

    People who focus on the negative. Stuff like this that pops up at random moments really annoys me.

  9. wellspoken profile image60
    wellspokenposted 11 years ago

    my student loan debt and that fact that my son has a dead beat father who gives me no financial support nor does he give his son any life lesson or lead by example what a man should be. I miss my ex fiance and he is with another woman now and I want him back. Other than that life is grand.

    1. lupine profile image65
      lupineposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Sorry you are having these situations...keep being strong for yourself and for your son. Don't let another person, or their actions bring you down in life, we can't make them change or do anything...we can only change ourselves. Enjoy what you have!

    2. wellspoken profile image60
      wellspokenposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      thanks for your encouragement

    3. lupine profile image65
      lupineposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Glad to help, anytime. Try to find the good in any situation, even if it seems bad at the time.

  10. lupine profile image65
    lupineposted 11 years ago

    Having to deal with people that have no consideration for others, that don't ever offer to help out, and only think about themselves.

  11. MissJamieD profile image55
    MissJamieDposted 11 years ago

    The worst thing in my life is that in order to get my life straight and learn to take care of myself, I had to leave my 3 children to live with their father. I see them every weekend or every other, but that's not sufficient. My ex is a total jerk to me, although he's an excellent father, he talks crap about me to my kids, always has. But he honestly doesn't even realize he's doing it. I'm not trying to stick up for him because he's made my life a living hell, I just can't understand his point of view on bashing me. He has no reason to bash me, none whatsoever. He's done things 20x worse than I ever could've but always has a "reason" for it, so the kids think he's just amazing. It kind of sickens me in a way because I was a stay-at-home mom their whole lives (my oldest two are 14 and 15, youngest is 4) and now I have to be away from them the majority of the time. I'm happy with the decision I made though because my ex and I together are a terrible combination and I didn't want to ask my kids to endure that mess any longer. I've had to be the strong one because he never would've changed anything. He had 15 years to do so. So, the worst thing in my life is that I can't see my children every day like I deserve to.

  12. tomy101 profile image61
    tomy101posted 11 years ago

    There is no worse thing in life. There are ups and downs every single day. It is how you view your own situation and the world as itself. What is the best thing in your life, again there is no definitive answer because this can change everyday. Now if you put a time limit of today , one hour from now. This will have set limits and you can judge what is best and what is worse. Today it could be a death of a family member in two years in could be that your Ferrari broke down on the Interstate. It is ever changing as long as we are accepting of this.

    1. lupine profile image65
      lupineposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      You are so right, every minute of our life can have a worst or best moment. We need to make the best of it either way. Thanks!


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