Day 2525: Have no doubt

Have no doubt; I am going to explain the origin of today’s title.

Yesterday, somebody told me they attended  a group session with a famous local “eraser” of addictions, depression, anxiety, and phobias, and the take-away was “Have no doubt.”

Have no doubt that I am going to share my photos from yesterday.

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Have no doubt that

  • we all have unconscious biases,
  • there is a test for unconscious biases (see here),
  • individual actions may seem insignificant but together the small steps of many people can have astonishing impact,
  • I wrote the wrong date on the board for yesterday’s Coping and Healing groups,
  • one of the group members brought in two kinds of home-made pies, and
  • I promised to share “In The Year 2525” on day 2525 of this blog.

Have no doubt — Michael and I totally disagree about that song. One of us has a conscious bias against it and the other one doesn’t.

Have no doubt: I am looking forward to your reactions to today’s blog.

Have no doubt.  I end every post trying to express …

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13 thoughts on “Day 2525: Have no doubt

  1. In the day 2525, I am not going to ask who likes that song or not 😉 Funny that they made the video a strong environmental statement. Or maybe not so funny – we have taken all that this old earth can give…

  2. I am absolutely certain that my arm still hurts from the first stage of the shingles shot that I received yesterday, Ann. And I have no doubt that I’m glad the pharmacy called me that my name had come up on their list, because the vaccine is in great demand here.

  3. One thing I have no doubt of is that homo sapiens have accomplished extraordinary things in our short time as a species. Whether we can learn from our mistakes quickly and well enough to survive is something I have doubts about, but also hopes for the future.

  4. Congratulations on reaching blog post #2525! And, thank you.

    I happen to love that song.

  5. I am about to watch a recording of the Rugby World Cup semi-final between England and New Zealand. I wish I had no doubt that we are likely to lose.

  6. Have no doubt that I would have enjoyed being in on the conversation between you and Michael and your feelings about the song “2525.” I loved that song as a teenager, and probably tapped into the darker, moodier aspects of indeed being a moody teenager! And isn’t it just the perfect accompaniment to your Day 2525 post! 🙂

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