There’s no way to sugar-coat this, so I’ll just say it; control is an illusion.
Selfishness doesn’t have to leave a legacy of angry people and damaged relationships. You can be selfish and selfless at the same time.
My whole point in this reflection is that there are many ways to care while not caring. Find what works and then run with it.
The stories we tell ourselves don’t have to be defined by what happened in our past.
It is the language of the Universe.
Allow the genuine, authentic you to step forward and find acceptance, understanding and connection.
When we learn to embrace our imperfections, life’s journey gets a lot less stressful.
We’re coming to understand that our expressions of individuality don’t keep us apart, but rather, they bring us together.
Instead of telling other people how they should live their lives, figure out what you would prefer to be doing, and then give your attention to that.
We may think that negativity and pain are the rule, but with a little shift in perspective, we’ll see the opposite is true.
Paying attention to our emotions can keep us on track… and hold us accountable for aligning what we say we want with what we really want.
One thing has become obvious to this man: I can’t get what I want if I don’t enjoy what I have.
Fear is more than just a mechanism we evolved to keep us alive. Fear can also be a useful tool to help us face life’s challenges.
Embrace the totality of who you are, even if you think you don’t know who you are yet… or even if you’re redefining what it means to be you.
What was the most valuable thing I learned in my quest to increase my EQ? The primary motivation to do anything “big” should never be because I want to make a difference.
If you’re into personal development or metaphysical thought, you’ve probably come across this unspoken expectation about how we’re “supposed” to feel.