I learned the most valuable skills in life than I ever did in my entire experience in school. The skills I learned in life can’t defeat what I learned in school.
You learn the most valuable skills in life and not in school.
“Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.” — Isaac Asimov.
“Schools teach our children what to think when they should be teaching them how to think.” — Unknown.
There should be more to teaching than learning the basic, shallow skills such as math. There is no problem with it. The problem is…
Emotional mature people see the bigger picture in life. Their aura is brimming with love and vibrant energy. They are pure of heart and are live a simple life.
They can see the sun clearly from the mountains and emotionally immature people can’t see anything from downhill. Emotionally individuals always look at the bright side of life, that’s why they can see the sun clearly.
“Maturity is when you stop complaining and making excuses, and start making changes.” ― Roy T. Bennett
How do you present yourself to the world?
It’s your energy. Why?
Your energy tells a lot about…
To explain it simply: It’s the content of feeling fulfilled in your everyday life.
Would you rather be emotionally wealthy or financially wealthy?
The truth: There are financially wealthy people who are emotionally broke and there are emotionally wealthy people who are financially broke. Homeless people are emotionally wealthy and financially broke. That’s why most of them are full of wisdom.
If you ask me, I’d rather be emotionally wealthy and financially broke if I had to choose one side. But I mostly want to be fulfilled emotionally and financially so I can be whole. …
Quotes give us hope. They give us strength when we need it the most. I would sit down and read quotes to be inspired and motivated. I love being inspired.
I love love, love quotes.
They can lift you up and give you hope when you feel like all hope is lost.
Inspirations are everywhere and they are here to lift our spirit in times of darkness and tribulation.
Inspirations are everywhere.
It was nice to read them once in a while.
We need more leaders, gurus, preachers, philosophers, scientists, etc. in this world. …
“Guilt is to the spirit what pain is to the body.” — Unknown.
You are probably good at judging people for their bad habits without recognizing your own bad habits. You have an ego problem if you think you are always right and other people aren’t.
If you think like this, you have a problem to solve within yourself.
I can’t tell you what bad habits you have, only you know this answer.
Maybe you’re the reader who read this because you feel guilty about something. Maybe you’re reading this because you know someone who feels extremely guilty about something…
You scroll down on your social media and see quotes everywhere. People love to share inspirational quotes everywhere on their social media accounts. I don’t blame them; I love inspirational quotes as well. Quotes give me hope when my heart is cut into pieces and I can’t get out of bed. Everywhere I go, I find inspiration. The music I listen to gives me inspiration, the art at the local museum can inspire me. Everything in life is inspirational.
I see people with tattoos of quotes. Quotes are being used as background images for smartphones. I love how reading quotes…
Happiness and positivity are not about smiling all the time or living in the mountain as a monk.
It’s a mindset. It’s a mentality. It’s a lifestyle.
It’s practicing the same routine over and over again.
It’s a lifestyle that can be hard to switch because most people grew up being programmed by their parents and the people around them to think and see the world in a pessimistic way. Yet they wonder why life is treating them poorly.
Our belief system is programmed and formed up to the age of 7.
Here is a statement from this source:
Going to work is not fun when you’re tired and grumpy. You wake up tired and have no energy to do anything. You don’t have the productivity to complete any task and do great work. You look at the clock waiting for your shift to be over. You just want to get done with the work. You just wanna go home and go back to bed.
You don’t want that.
It doesn’t have to be that way. The tips I will be giving you are the ones I’ve been doing for the last few weeks and the results are effective…
Eckhart Tolle is a man who once considered suicide because he found no purpose in his life. Life made no sense to him. He would try to run away from the thoughts that took control over him. He moved from Germany to Spain at the age of 13. He moved to London at the age of 19, later on, became homeless, sleeping on the bench at a park, and watch the world move in motion. No money in his pocket and had no job at that moment. You could quite say his life made no sense. …
We truly need to be selective about the type of friends we add in our life.
Ask yourself: “Who brings me down and who brings me up?”
It’s amazing to have friends who are not the same, but equally different in an amazing way. You have a good life and having different types of good friends around you is like the cherry on top. They bring more contentment to your life.
Sharing your adventure with friends brings more meaning to our life. And it’s with people who keep a high vibe with us. …
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