I believe isolation in moderation—for relaxation or contemplation—is a good consideration. It can serve as a good deviation of agitation or aggravation and useful foundation for the exploration of idea generation or formulation. The observation of this information could be viewed as a preparation for the elimination of potential frustration. If you believe any of this to be misinformation, have you ever tried a separation from constant socialization?!

There is no greater satisfaction for a just and well-meaning person than the knowledge that he has devoted his best energies to the service of the good cause.

—Albert Einstein

Messed Up Order

Messed Up Order

Let me tell you what happened. A few months ago, I found myself at a small casual restaurant. I took a little longer than usual to stare at the menu board and decide on what I would order. Since I don’t go to this particular place often at all, I strongly considered trying something new. …