“If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will think it’s stupid.” Albert Einstein I genuinely think you’re capable; everyone is capable of doing something great with […]
”We talk extensively about leaving a better planet to our kids, that we forget to leave better kids to our planet.” – Anonymous Frequently when making decisions, we are prone to use […]
Change can feel uncomfortable and nerve-racking. But it is needed to evolve and for newness to emerge in our lives. I am still a works in progress. Discovering what you were born […]
Some people around you will not genuinely support your self-discovery journey. That is perfectly okay. Understand, they do not need to. It is not for them.
But it’s a hard emotion to combat. It’s natural, often almost instinctual. So here is a practical tip I’ve learned to manage my anger, and a piece of advice.
A writer – and, I believe, generally all people – must think that whatever happens to him/her is a resource. All things have been given to us for a purpose, and
Just three. They are, he said, in this order: Returning love for hate. Including the excluded. Admitting you are wrong.
Look at the good in everything. You’ve lost your job, it can be the beginning of something great, stay positive. You can’t pay the bills, stay positive something will come.
I’m not going to say, that cheating or lying or murdering should be avoided out of fear of future punishments at the hands of God.