Category Archives: motivation
Start is almost always hard. You need to have a goal. At the start you feel like at the beginning of the race and impatiently waiting for the signal to start. You do not have to reach the goal first. The most important thing … Continue reading
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When do we know when enough is enough? That we’ve allowed ourselves to cross the border, and that it no longer makes sense to continue. We often don’t know the answer, but the people around us yearn for us to stop what we are doing. People won’t tell us this because they aren’t comfortable with telling us what to do, and want us change our behavior for ourselves, and not because of them. Many of us will try to change our behavior to suit our environment. However, our old principles and feelings won’t fully give in to the environment, and we will simply lie to ourselves, and say that we changed.
In some of us will come defiance, and the urge to fight. No matter how painful it is for us on both a mental and physical level, we won’t give up on our current way of life. If we listen to the people around us, does that mean they are smarter than us? More experienced than us? That they beat us? A helpful suggestion should be praised; We should hold our head high even if we are seen as someone who is ignorant, or does not live in today’s world. It is pointless to talk about how few of us can afford to admit that we’ve done this several times before. Okay, they did it for us to help us. This doesn’t mean that our views are limited, but perhaps that our views at that time came from a different angle.
And the beautiful and peaceful lake of our mind for a short time becomes a swollen emotional river. Usually large and necessary changes start from completely petty and insignificant things. If changes aren’t brought forth, then they will remain figments of our imagination. Of course, sitting beside a quiet lake on sunset brings a nice feeling. And it can happen for the whole evening, day after day, month after month, and year after year. We will want to have a fresher breeze blow through our mind. If not only to clear up a storm, then to calm the overflowing river banks, and sweep away the old ways of narrow thinking that we’ve been building for years.
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In a world full of different ideas and policies we want to create our own ‘world’ as a membrane from the outside world because we often approach situations with our positive or negative ideals. The most beautiful approach is to put things in a positive light, even if it happens spontaneously, and the situation will take on its own ‘special’ charm. Many people will not understand our personal ‘world’ and will inadvertantly affect us in some way, and, although not infrequently, may not realise this until we are in a troubled situation. We must admit that we are vulnerable and sometimes make mistakes. There is no shame in this.
After all, we are all vulnerable, and people who never talk about their vulnerabilities and mistakes are giving in to fear, and will become that which makes them most vulnerable. Also, people often begin seeking and exploiting the fears and weaknesses in others. Pointing out that the error may be the environment we are in is not difficult, but if we don’t listen to ourselves, then what have we done differently?
Some people will find that it is not enough to just know that we can error, they’ll want to publish this in a public place to discredit us. If we cannot find this consciously or unconsciously produced error to correct it, they will attempt to convince us that it is there, and in doing so will try to persuade other people around us of the same. By allowing other people to control our ‘world’ through manipulation, we gave them our strength, and they can use it against us. After realising this, all we should do is smile, say, “Thank you”, and continue on.
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We all would like to turn back time and reverse a few things from our past to change for the better. We tend remember and regret our past. We have to accept the fact that life is what we make … Continue reading