I was just thinking about the society we live in and the culture of self that defines it. Just think: in a day, how often do you hear "I" and "my" as opposed to "we" and "our"? Our society is centered around the self, the things we possess, and the individual. When are we going … Continue reading The Culture of Self: Me Myself & I
Attachments are the main reasons why we find ourselves sad and stuck, frozen in the past. We hold on to the memories, people, and things (good and bad) that have shaped our lives somehow. The problem with our natural way of attaching to these things occurs when we attach to the wrong things. Learning to … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Go and Let Go
Last week, I did not post a Motivational Monday post in observation of MLK but look forward to one tomorrow!
Adversity should fuel progress, improvements and change for the better. Do not let anything hold you back when walking forward. When you feel like you are being dragged down by your fears or losses, push through to overcome. Inspired by quote: "The higher the mountain, the higher the chance of improvement" -Sophie B.
http://favim.com/image/2127392/ Take a look at your body. Do you see any scars, imperfections, uneven toning, any flaws? Your answer is most likely YES. We are humans and we are not perfect. So then how can we call ourselves flawless: one without flaws? Those scars, marks, or misplaced lines on your body are not flaws. They … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Flawless
Today you are one step closer to tomorrow than you were yesterday. So what has changed? Have you actually progressed? Do you think you've moved towards your goals, remained stagnant, or moved further away from them? Everyday is an opportunity waiting to be seized. So don't let those opportunities pass by and get ready to … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Get Ready…Set…Goals!