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Acknowledging the dualism between body and symbol in an awareness of death motivates us to live life to its fullest and to heal the world.
Although we can't undo the past, we can recognize a derailment and take action to get back on track.
Remind yourself that life choices are different for different people at different times in their lives. That other people's beliefs might not always apply.
Leap and the net will appear. Today I write about the fact that, sometimes, it's not always about us leaping off the cliff
See what happened there? Those three simple letters changed everything. All of a sudden it wasn't that I couldn't do something...but that I couldn't do it at this moment. And, if I wanted to, I could do it in the future.
You’re in for one hell of a ride, but don’t worry –- you got this.
And the silver lining? The person who got all that hate was strong enough to overcome that situation. Of course it wasn't
Earlier this year, I had an unwelcome reminder of my age. I received an invite to a Facebook group, QEGS @50. My school year were all turning 50 this year so the group was founded to organize a reunion. Accepting the invite opened a magical box of retrospect.
What to do? A few ideas to help you dig out: No matter what non-verbal hints we tried, the guy did not stop talking. For
For example, Ms. K. said to me, "If they like my sculpture, I fear I'll ultimately disappoint them with my next piece." 3
Instead of fearing what might happen in the unknown, instead of imagining and trying to pre-control worst-case scenarios, we can plan as best we can... and then move forward with a sense of curiosity. We can let things progress, and then respond as needed.
So, since you should want to think positive thoughts, here are five common thoughts that you need to stop thinking so you can have your best life.
We do well to keep in mind the ubiquitous nature of betrayal that has been with us since the beginning of time and to recognize our capacity to betray and be betrayed.
Putting ourselves down can be a tempting habit. It makes us seem humble. It fills the dead air of conversation. It gets ahead of others who might put us down first.
You never got over the divorce. Your best friend betrayed you. Your kids hurt you. The boss gave the promotion to someone less deserving. Over the years the garbage heap of the past weighs you down. This is a serious problem. It's critical to let go of the past.