Actions speak louder than words. It’s not what you say, that going to make you have a bigger revenue. It’s what you do about it, what you’re willing to sacrifice to make a difference. This picture has 6 business men, 3 on each side of the table parallel to each other. The man on the far top right is the man who is doing the talking, more like laughing about it. Now he is saying that their company has so much money, when I reality it’s the complete opposite. And everybody in that table is feeding off what he has to say. There seems to be an agreement or something, because not one person is serious. They all have a plastic smile on their faces. But then again they may be talking about great ideas to make greater revenue for their company, because of how much money they don’t have. Like I said they are just talking, instead of taking the initiative and doing something about it. All I have to say is this picture shows me is don’t talk about it be about it. ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS
This picture unraveled an old memory in my unconscious mind that I had to bring up. I like to call it try hard. When I use to game online and an enemy clutches a round-try hard. Or when it’s a physical sport with a type of game plan and the opposite team is losing, then they catch up- try hard. But this picture of this man, thinking to himself this is it, this is the defining moment that’s going to determine whether or not I will advance playing pro, or still in the streets. With that excellent body posture detailing the great amount of force that he is going to apply to the tennis ball, the fierier rage and long stored anger will go into that serve. No dough in that man’s face which enables him to be considered a -try hard. It’s usually when someone sucks at one thing and next thing you notice they start trying hard to win, and that’s my point. This picture helped me remember a time in high school wrestling that I practicing. We would roll around in the mats and on good day we would just play games like round robin, iron man, king of the mat, queen bee. And if someone would get mad when they could not beat me they called me a -try hard. That was what this picture unraveled in my unconscious mind.
Where should I start to begin on explaining?
Plenty things come to mind as I look upon this picture with a military man and a worried loved one. One thing that comes to mind is this man is a military dog; meaning he has no choice but to fight, kill or be killed, live to fight another day. The loved one could be anyone, but in this picture it seems to be a spouse, could be a house wife that worries whether he will come back, or a unfaithful lover who is worried about what to say when he comes back alive. Now I think it’s a little screwed up when they are not faithful because that how it is for the majority or the war hero’s. As for the military man he has only one objective to worry about, and that to stay alive. No money will be enough to pay for the dead. That’s the worst case scenario if he were to die in combat. Pulling a trigger is easy, some people are trigger happy.
The consequences on having to deal with are all internal, you will have to always have flashbacks on the people you killed and it will haunt you for the rest of your life, their death is part of you know. I’m not a military man myself, but I do possess what I like think of me having is a military mind. I could only imagine myself as a military dog, but I don’t think I would live up to that life style, at least not in this life. As much as I like to think it would be great to be a military dog, it’s not so great; most people do it for the great financial benefits. But I would do it for my country if we have an actual country that worried about their country people. But that just a fantasy I live in, my real world it blinding to the eyes of the blind. The truth is one scary thing for only one individual. ‘I’m getting a little off topic here. So back to the picture, it just see a struggle from both side of the battle field, one back home and one in the foreign lands.