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Complacent: "Pleased, especially with oneself or one’s merits, advantages, situation, etc., often without awareness of some potential danger or defect." I recently heard this word in conversation and was disheartened by it’s connotation. The definition alone breeds discontent in everyone else who is not feeling the same. It suddenly becomes a dirty word; a word that devours the soul and disrupts the happy balance of things. Sometimes life doesn’t give you what you want, nor does it say what you want to hear. That is OK, but when a level of complacency has been achieved, there adds a certain poisonous aspect to the mix that unless remedied, will ultimately lead to disaster. By now we’ve all heard the outcome of NASCAR...

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