I asked my friend why she was sad and this is what she said.
“I was sad because I was hungry but I just cereal so I’m ok…”
That’s the beginning middle and end. Amazing.
Stop reading the news. Any vital information will make its way to you without you seeking it.
Stop blaming even one of your problems on anyone else. You cannot solve a problem if you do not claim it.
Stop expecting things to happen. Waiting for life to throw you a lifesaver isn’t nearly as effective as swimming. Stagnating is wasting your gifts.
Stop expecting apologies. No one owes anyone anything. Let people be who they are. If you don’t like it, find new people. Forgiving and forgetting are the most common qualities in happy people.
Stop making excuses. The reality is that everything that’s good takes time and patience and effort.
Start reading in between the lines. See the lessons in negative situations.
Start taking responsibility for every circumstance and you’ll regain power over self.
Start setting things up to happen and maybe, just maybe, you’ll see some dominoes fall.
Start being the bigger person in every situation so that you can move past whatever it is you find yourself stuck in.
I never realized how unconscious I was until I started being conscious about consciousness. Ask yourself what am I doing? Why am I doing it?
Not just now, but every day and every time something takes your mind away, ask yourself. Sentient beings cannot improve their ability to think without being aware of why, what and where the thoughts are. Not every thought is original. This goes especially for negative thinking.
Reduce your anxiety, increase your energy, raise your empathy and improve thinking all by being aware of what you’re doing, why, how and where.
Also, spiritually, you need food. If there’s one thing I’ve learned from food, it’s that unhealthy food takes longer and harsher periods to digest. When you know something is the truth, you mentally digest it much faster than something negative or false.
To be happy, we need to tell ourselves positive truths, eat healthy food regularly and evaluate our thinking processes.
I haven’t been online nearly as frequently as I have in the past, and the reason for that is because I’ve been doing some self-improvement. If there is any chance that my findings can benefit your life, then fantastic. At the least, I hope more people are inspired to look within themselves.
Perhaps I’m alone in everything I experience, but I solemnly doubt that.
Helping people is almost never the first thing on our to-do lists, even when we attempt to make it seem that way. Our instincts will take over and we become distracted. Whether or not it was intended, our priority becomes ourselves. Becoming aware of this is not a one-time process. Any time I recognize any forms of malevolent or selfish behavior, I immediately look within myself to confront any part of me I didn’t invite. These negative aspects are to be replaced with their positive counterparts as early as possible.
Helping people is what most people love to do whether or not they consciously are aware of it. Human beings are notorious for enjoying social environments, gift-giving and serving. Thus, we can’t be all bad.
Personally, I try to make myself available to help as many people as possible, but the truth is that everyone appreciates help where needed. No internet connection is needed. No advertising or marketing is vital.
Help the person in the same room, in the same home, in the same school, workplace or community, and by doing so, you’ll always be helping yourself.
Life is love, and loving is living.
People are the cells that make up life on this planet. By rejecting others, you are being cancerous to life.
Tis better to have succeeded in trying to help one person than failing in trying to help a thousand.
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