Here’s the thing: When people think of what they ultimately want out of their lives, they often think of happiness. Fewer people mention fulfillment.
Love is not a magic pill, as much as we’d like to think it is. And even so, there’s only so much a pill can do.
I’m all for positivity and personal development, even (and especially more so) in really tough situations. But even I’ve had it with this pandemic.
This past year, we’ve all been a little devoid of love. Let’s turn Valentine’s Day 2021 into a chance to compensate for that fact.
Be careful about falling into the trap of believing that the peace you need exists in some external thing outside of yourself.
Let’s not make a big deal out of New Year’s resolutions. Let’s instead apply the same strategic thinking to creating daily objectives to strive for.
You plant a seed into the ground. You water it and tend to it, day after day, and nothing happens. It doesn’t sprout. What do you do?
When the connection between two people is genuine and strong, playing games just doesn’t even make any sense.