Dibbles For the Greater Good

Do you ever feel like things aren’t going your way? Like maybe there’s a better way to do things, but you can’t figure out how? Worry not, friend! You are not the only one who has felt this way. Many great thinkers throughout the ages have questioned the norm, questioned the status quo and changed the world. You see, sometimes things just aren’t logical. Sometimes, the greater good requires you to play silly games and bend the rules. You see, sometimes, the only way to win is to do what your opponent expects you to do. Sometimes, you have to Dibbles For The Greater Good

Do you ever find yourself starting to feel guilty about everything? We all know that feeling. We also all know that feeling is a waste of time. Guilty feelings are usually a result of something we did or did not do. Whether it be overanalyzing our actions or not, there is almost always something we could be doing to make things better. We could talk to an old friend, help a homeless person, or make a donation to a charity. The problem is, we don’t know what to do to make things better. That is where the greater good steps in. The greater good is the desire to help others even though it may not always feel like it is benefiting you. You can help the greater good by making amends with people you have harmed in the past. When you make amends, you demonstrate your willingness to change and become a better person. It does not matter who you are or what you have done. If you are willing to make amends, you are showing the greater good that you are someone worth

Do you ever find yourself saying “I’ll do it later”, “I’ll get to that”, “I’ll make a to-do list”, or “I’ll manage it tomorrow”? Well, we all have those moments. The issue is that those little things add up. Soon, you’re saying “I’ll clean the house tomorrow”, or “I’ll write that grant proposal tomorrow”. You might not even notice it happening, but those little things add up! It’s time to get your acts together. It’s time to be a pillar of support for yourself. You need to Dibbles for the Greater

The human mind is a powerful thing. It can solve complex problems, come up with new ideas and learn from its mistakes. But it can also be gullible, greedy and prone to making rash decisions. Now, don’t get us wrong. This is all for the good. After all, without our flaws, we’d never be able to learn and grow. But it does make us susceptible to the evils of peer pressure and marketing. So, how can you spot a bad idea before it wrecks your

It’s simple, really. You have to deduce what’s the greater good and what’s not. It may sound easy, but you’d be surprised at how difficult some of these questions can be. If you’re feeling up to the challenge, here are 25 logic puzzles for the greater

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