In Serbian, “Nada” means hope.
Now, read it again.
Only Child: little adult by age seven, very thorough, deliberate, high achiever, self-motivated, fearful, cautious, voracious reader, black-and-white thinker, talks in extremes, can’t bear to fail, has very high expectations for self, more comfortable with people who are older or younger.
After losing his parents, this 3-year old orangutan named Roscoe, was so depressed he wouldn’t eat, and didn’t respond to any medical treatments.
The Veterinarians thought he would certainly die from sadness. The Zookeepers found an old sick dog on the grounds in the park at the zoo where the orangutan lived and took the dog to the animal treatment centre.
The 2 lost souls met, and have been inseparable ever since. They are together 24 hours a day in all their activities. They live in Northern California where swimming is their favorite pastime, although Roscoe (the orangutan) is a little afraid of the water and needs his friend’s help to swim.
The need for complete fairness can actually hinder your dealings with others. It can prevent you from tolerating risk and even from engaging in rewarding endeavors because all of these are activities in which you might not get a perfectly fair shake. They have value for other reasons. “Injustice collecting” is the art of accumulating or tallying up unfairnesses, of measuring every situation in which you have not been accorded sufficient fairness.
Perception of justice is subjective.
Plenty of people can only walk in their own shoes.