Is it insignificant that I did NOT call the Internal Revenue System yesterday about my significantly late tax refund, despite resolving to do so in my morning blog post?
Did I not call because I dislike how insignificant I feel whenever I deal with a huge bureaucracy? Or was it because the work I needed to do yesterday (remote psychotherapy and responding to crisis calls) made my contacting the IRS insignificant in comparison? Or did I have significant fear about what I might find out — that because my identity was stolen my tax refund was stolen too?
Sometimes, my confusion about the motives for my behavior is not insignificant.
Is the actual inspiration for today’s title insignificant?
The Daily Bitch is never insignificant to me. Are today’s other images insignificant?
I’ve done significant work to try to get to the point described in that last quote. Nevertheless, my mood shifted yesterday based on the insignificant actions of somebody else. Significantly, I communicated with that person and my mood shifted again. I believe that is not insignificant, although I clearly have more significant work to do.
I hope you know your reactions to my posts are never insignificant to me.
My expressions of thanks here are insignificant in comparison with the gratitude I feel for all who help me blog every day, including YOU!