What is this blog about?

There is no such thing as an expert on the topic of Life. We all have had our battles, our suffering, and our questions. Despite the uniqueness of our personal obstacles, we have endured them. We have endured them well enough to advise those behind us as to how to do the same. I have done the research on your behalf regarding the multitude of reasons why wisdom exists. My mission is to utilize the voices of the world's greatest thinkers and heroes to compose a guideline of life's wisdom so that you don't have to experience those trials alone.

If you have any questions, please tweet them to me @JoeSielski or email me at JJSielskiJr@comcast.net

(Please title your email with the word "Wisdom" so I know it will be for this blog.)

I will do my best to try and answer every question as quickly and efficiently as possible. Thanks.

Saturday, March 24, 2018

A Moment without Projection


Projecting something is usually a means of indirect self-preservation. Anger is the most common form of projection. Look around and notice how people project and inspect what it is they’re defending in themselves. Take a moment to inspect your anger and projection to identify what you’re defending. Use eyes of compassion today.



Sunday, March 11, 2018

A Light Shines (a poem)

A light shines

A light shines.
The lens receives it. 
The mirror reflects it.
The lens sees the reflection. 

A light shines.
The lens allows the mirror to receive it.
The mirror reflects what light the lens allows. 
The lens sees the image of what the mirror reflects.  

A lens sees.
The lens decides which light the mirror reflects.
Then the mirror interprets what the lens sees.
The lens can inspect.
The lens can critique.
The lens can enjoy. 
This is it's perspective.
This perspective is a reflection of what the lens decides. 

A lens sees.
The lens has a perspective.
It can decide to like what it sees.
It can decide to dislike what it sees.
The lens has this ability.
In each reflection, the lens sees itself.

A light shines.
An image is seen.
The lens likes this vision.
This is it's perspective.

A light shines.
An image is seen.
The lens dislikes this vision.
This is it's perspective. 

A light shines.
A lens sees. 
A perspective is formed.
Each perspective is an image each lens has allowed.
Each perspective is an image of how each lens sees itself.
Each perspective is determined by the condition of the lens.
Each perspective is chosen.

A light that forgets its purpose is to shine can become dulled by perspectives.

There will always be a lens and a mirror.
There will always be perspectives. 
You are the light.
Shine.






Thank you for your time.
Joe Sielski
(March 12, 2018)