I apologise for the name of my blog.
Originally this blog was partly inspired by my reaction to the words of a fellow reflexologist Kevin Kunz, and I wanted it to reflect that the art of reflexology deals with the reactions between the body and reflexes found on the feet, hands, ears and head.
I apologise that it doesn't really mean anything if you don't know the back story.
I apologise that it's a bit of a tongue twister.
I apologise that the title is ambiguous and I want it to mean more than I can be bothered explaining.
I apologise that I am asking you to help me decide whether I should change the name of my blog to 'Ida knows', or 'Ida know' which is a play on the words 'I don't know,' and hopefully reflects that I don't pretend to know everything but what I do know I am certain of, at least until I know different. I'm sorry that I haven't made people give me a dollar every time they said 'I dunno,' when referring to the pronunciation of my name, because I really would be rich, or at least have shouted a few extra rounds in bars all over the world.
I'm sorry if my frank admissions about my own failings and abilities makes you feel insecure or jealous, because that is never my intention, I am sorry that I can't find a way to communicate my intention better, but I really don't understand the language of closed minds.
I am sorry for every time I have lost my temper with people who lose their temper with me or become defensive and rude - especially if they should have just said "I'm sorry." I am sorry that I go on and on or ignore them until I hear those two simple words. My ego wants them to realise how easy it is to say 'I'm sorry,' but some peoples ego's are just so big that they consider an apology to be either beneath them or an admittance of a character flaw, when in fact it's a simple recognition of greater understanding and growth. Many people have become wiser by saying I am sorry and thank you in the same sentence.
I'm sorry that I'm not sorry for hurting or betraying other people, when their beliefs weren't true to me. I simply don't know how to pretend they are right when they are wrong - e.g. bigots.
I apologise for getting frustrated with people that refuse to admit they are wrong. If I was a better person I would be like a lion that doesn't care about the opinions of sheep, but truthfully I love sheep just as much as I love lions and I do care. Deep down I know that sheep are scared of lions even though they are just as valuable and they need love, understanding, education and acceptance too.
I'm sorry I haven't thought of the worlds best song lyrics that changed the world, because I would have changed the world... but maybe I can start with a good blog title.
Cast your votes...
- Stick to original title - Reflex Reactions
- Ida knows
- Ida know
- Something incredible that you think of...
I am sorry that I don't know for sure if there should there be an apostrophe in knows... Ida know's - Ida knows ??? - don't worry about answering that one - spell check just gave me the answer - but then again - Do you think I can claim poetic licence for using the apostrophe? - Or is it just to ambiguous?