At its core, judging others reflects our narrow assessment of ourselves.
Life can change at the drop of a hat. One thing to help you remain hopeful and optimistic is to accept, not everything will go the way you want it to, and that’s alright.
I want to ask you a question so simple you may not have asked it before: Are you happy being alive?
No one or no event can make us feel what we don’t already believe.
If our desire is personal growth, it is vital we understand ourselves better, and know what makes us bloom.
“The first duty of love is to listen.”—Paul Tillich
Consider the last time you experienced a fearful thought or emotion? Think about the situation that caused you to experience this.
Gratitude is the unsung hero that is seldom mentioned in conversations, just like compassion or kindness because they are considered weaker human qualities.
It might be as simple as changing your thoughts about the situation or finding time to journal your thoughts until an inspired solution arises.
Anger and chaos cannot live in a peaceful mind because they oppose one another.