Can’t See the Forest for the Trees…

Can’t See the Forest for the Trees…

To see the forest for the trees (idiomatic) To discern an overall pattern from a mass of detail; to see the big picture, or the broader, more general situation. As demonstrated by the example sentence above, it is used in negative constructions, often starting with can’t or couldn’t.

There is nothing so disappointing as realizing that someone in your life has given up, given up on themselves and everyone around them. What’s even worse is when they give up before you even really get started. It’s hard to sit idly by and watch someone you care about spew negativity out of their mouth. They spew infectious negative thoughts that affect everyone around them. I have absolutely no tolerance for people that give up so easily, people that embrace their negativity and spew it out like an infectious disease to everyone around them. What is it they say? “Misery loves company.” I for one refuse to be a part of that type of hyperbolic miasma. My thought is go away and stay away until you hear a big “POP”. That would be the sound of your head coming out of your ass.

With that I give you The Rolling Stones….

8 responses »

  1. I’m Totally With You, Ms. Jaz. I Know I Can Be Rather Negative At Times, But I NEVER Give-Up On Anything. At Least, Not Until There’s Nothing That Can Be Done. And Even Then, It’s Difficult To Get Me To Stop Trying.
    I Don’t Succeed At Much, But I’m An Amazingly Amazing Expert In the World Of TRYING 🙂
    Much Love To Ya, Ms. Jaz!

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