Posted by: Judy | August 12, 2012

Attitude adjustment starts now…

Jef Murray, a remarkable artist, posted the following link at Facebook:

http://joelrunyon.com/two3/an-unexpected-ass-kicking

You can be offended by the title, or you can go read it. I’m glad I read it. It was exactly what I needed right now.

Thank you, God.


Responses

  1. Completely and totally awesome. Wow. Now I’m off to go do something!

    • I’m so excited for you!

  2. Russell A. Kirsch’s belief in God helped him immeasurably.
    What a wonderful man! Thanks for the link Judy

    • You’re most welcome, Molly.

  3. Loved the article…I am so glad you posted it. 🙂

    • You’re welcome. 🙂

  4. That was a VERY cool post. Thanks for sharing that. It makes me wish I could think of something impossible to do (haven’t had many truly original ideas, but I’m not sad about that).

    While it’s true that many people with iPads just consume things, as in games, as Mr. Kirsch said, there are plenty of people who simply use them for business– I use mine mainly for reading, and for learning — both ‘good’ things, for me — the few apps I DO have are for things like studying foreign languages (Welsh), learning calligraphy (haven’t started yet, but eager to), etc. I have never once played Angry Birds, nor do I download (free or otherwise) games. I’m not against games, but I don’t have time for them.. I’d much rather read. I haven’t even played solitaire on a computer, and I’ve had a Mac at home and pc’s at work since 1984. I’ve got real playing cards, if I need/want to play. I guess I sound old-fashioned, lol. Not always a bad thing.
    I’m not against those who wish to play games, but, like anything, we can all take things to extremes. Me, I take stewing (not the cooking kind) to an extreme, but I’m definitely working on that. God help me.

    But no, not all iPad owners are consumers, rather than creators. My DH and my sister both use them at their jobs, and both hate just being on a machine (much less playing a game/consuming) any more than is absolutely necessary…and my sis runs her OWN business (both are extremely creative people, and both own and use both Macs and pc’s).

    But it’s all OK. Deep breath. I’m definitely thankful for Mr. Kirsch’s inspiration, motivation, and invention, and glad to be able to share a bit, here. 🙂

    • Mary, you are very creative. You just don’t give yourself credit because it isn’t what everyone else would consider creative. I wouldn’t be about to have a book published if not for you. Remember? I didn’t think I could write romance novels. You always believed I could. Thank you.


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