To the best of my knowledge, none among us are perfect. We're all comprised of our own unique mix of strengths and weaknesses. And speaking of weaknesses, are our personal weaknesses really all that bad? Isn't it just possible that with a slight change in perception we might be able to detect the good in them? For example, a procrastinator who's always lazing about is usually viewed in a negative light; but perhaps those are the people who stop to smell the roses and don't miss out on the little joys of life because they aren't constantly off rushing to and fro like nearly everyone else is. With that said, a challenge is born! Please keep reading...
▪RULES: Spend a moment contemplating your personal weaknesses. Ponder the ways in which they might serve you well and be viewed positively as opposed to negatively. Write a piece detailing your discoveries. This is to be a positive piece that leads to a new level of self-awareness and personal discovery. As always, English posts only, one submission per person, and please allow up to several days for me to see your submission.
NO plagiarized work! NO nude, graphic, or inappropriate images! NO foul, harsh, hateful, vile, obscene, obnoxious, or harassing language!
DURATION: The challenge runs for 24 hours from the time it's posted, and officially ends when it says "1d" in the upper right hand corner of the post.
UPDATE: The member has created a new account called 'gurpalsingh000.' The 'gurpalsingh01' account no longer appears here, so he either deactivated or was terminated. Not sure which. The 'gurpalsingh' account (believed to be owned by the same member) is still visible.
To my understanding, this is not a plagiarism issue, as I don't think he's actually claiming our work is his own; but regardless, it's completely unacceptable for anyone to take our work and post it offsite without our direct knowledge and consent.