The No. 1 Question Everyone Working in complect Should Know How to Answer
I am really, really tired of people telling me that I don’t know anything. And I don’t actually know anything. I have some very limited knowledge and very limited realizations of the world but I also have some very limited knowledge and realizations of myself. I am not, however, a complete idiot. I know that I can learn a lot.
I can only hope that you don’t. Because I have to say that I find your arguments rather unconvincing. I mean, I’m not a complete idiot, I’m certainly not an idiot at all, but I am a complete idiot for taking the time to read every single word that you wrote. Not only that, but I have some knowledge of myself, and I have some knowledge of you.
For example, it’s been known for a while that I have an irrational fear of snakes. I just don’t know why, but I do. And this is why I am here. And I have to admit that I have a few things to say about you, but I also have some things to say about myself. I am not an idiot, but I am an idiot for writing this.
The biggest reason that I am here is because I have no idea what complect is, and I am not exactly sure what you’re talking about.
I have a problem with complect because I feel like it is the most important stuff in my life. And I know some people who are crazy about complect because they have been through complect for years.
Complect is the term given to the process of getting past a particular blockage in your life. Complecting is the process of getting to the point of acceptance of what you have. To many people, not accepting themselves for what they have is the hardest part about life. For others, accepting themselves is the highest goal one can hope to achieve.
I have to admit I’m not a fan of the term complect. I don’t feel like it means what I think it means. The problem is that it is so often used to describe what we’re all striving for in our life, that people often confuse the two. There are tons of places on the internet where people are talking about what they are striving for. I think its a little inaccurate to describe a life of striving for acceptance as “complecting.
I think complect can be a good way to describe one’s desire to be accepted, though I don’t think its the best term to use. In most cases when we say we want to be accepted we are actually striving for something else. One of the things that I think complect is missing is the sense of gratitude and acceptance we should be feeling.
The best way to describe this is that we should feel grateful for our lives, though the word acceptance can be used too. It can also refer to the feeling of being accepted by others, which is the opposite of complect. A complecting person will never feel grateful for their life, just accepting of its meaning and purpose.
Complect is about feeling something that you should feel, and understanding that it is okay to feel it. If you can’t feel it, then you have no idea you are doing it. As such, the word complect is not quite the right term for your situation, but it’s close enough for us to distinguish complect from the other three terms.