C. A. Hurst

“The prison of victimhood…

We search for answers,

for understanding,

as if there’s

a logical reason

to explain

why things

happened

the way they did.

But when we ask

why,

we’re stuck

searching

for someone

or something

to blame -

including ourselves.”

Dr. Edith Eger,

Holocaust survivor

“The Gift”

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“The prison of victimhood…

Many of us

stay in a prison

of victimhood

because,

subconsciously,

it feels safer.

We ask “Why?”

over and over,

believing that

if we could just

figure out

the reason,

the pain

would lessen.”

Dr. Edith Eger

“The Gift”

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Be fluid…

Don’t get stuck in a rut.

Keep your mind fresh and flexible.

Seek out good, positive information that feeds your heart, mind, soul, and spirit with actionable ideas.

Be willing to change your mind quickly when you come across information that challenges your previous beliefs but actually makes better sense than those old beliefs.

Think critically.

Think analytically.

But don’t think rigidly.

There’s a difference, ya know.🙂

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