“I miss you… just the way the sun misses the moon.” He said.
Hello people. Love is a beautiful thing and today is a beautiful day. I’ve got a little break at work and I’m just thinking of life, as usual, and how to make other people’s lives better. I think we all deserve to live wonderful lives.
So I got a personal question for you; in what way do you think you can make your life better?
If you earn more, do you think your life will be better? If you drink less, do you think your life will be better? If you had more friends or less friends, do you think your life would be better? In fact, what is that thing you think would make your life better right now?
What is that bad habit you need to stop that will bring you more joy in life? What steps are you taking to quit?
You know, in many ways a healthy life is a happy life. Anything that makes you unhealthy kills you and drains your chi.
Habits are freaking hard to stop, but not impossible. Baby steps, that’s the solution. Don’t compare your life with other people’s success stories. Take that babybsteo today.
This morning I’ve been thinking about change and how we are naturally scared of the phenomenon. And I was forced to ask; what is it about change that scares us so much? Why are we scared of the very stuff that makes our being?
I think people are scared of what others might think of them if they appear ‘unstable’.
“Is he bipolar?”
“I think something is the matter with her.”
Naturally we are extra cautious about what other people think of us. But the question is; should we be?
Why do you care what other people think of you? When you care so much about what others think of you you begin to conform, you begin to tailor your life according to the expectations of others. And is that a life worth living?
Dare to tell the world “fuck you!”
Dare to be yourself today. Dare to change. Dare to tell the world “fuck you!” Let them think you’re bipolar, show them your mood swings. Show them that touch of madness that makes you a genius.
Have a changing day!
As an empath, I love to feel across the world; people’s happiness, sadness, joy, surprise, et cetera. Although these emotions of happiness, sadness, joy, sorrow, are all interlinked, there are subtle differences in each of them. Sadness being the most noticeable for its life-zapping abilities. Anything that takes the life out of us is easily identified.
Somebody is sad right now, somebody is almost always sad in the world. We can’t all be happy, right? Or so it seems. Sadness looms around, like a saturated cloud, looking to rain down on any unsuspecting person. And it’s funny how easily we give into sadness. Ask yourself, what’s making me sad at the moment?
Look at the illustration above. You have a problem, you can solve it, then why worry? You have a problem, you can’t solve it, then why worry? You don’t have a problem, then why worry?
Worry uses up a lot of our energy, yet that’s what we do all day, worry. We worry about the future, we worry the past will catch up with us, we even worry about now. But there’s something about the future we need to know; the future can be any time, depending on your direction in life. You can even bring the past to the future if you keep moving toward the past. You can even be stagnant if you refuse to move and progress in life.
You consciously have to worry less. Too much worry is time wasting. Try to meditate instead, just breathe in and out, long breaths. You should be fine.
Hello everyone. Today is a wonderful day, as every other day almost is. It’s a good day to smile. Most often than not, we hardly smile. Maybe it’s some bad news, some bad country news, relationship issues, work issues… there’s always one issue or the other that steals our smiles from us.
The question is; how do we get our smile back?
The fastest and easiest way to get your smile back is to smile. Sounds easy-peasy, right? And yet it’s the hardest to do! I dare you, right where your are, at this very moment, to smile. For no just reason, smile. Widen those lips to the point that your teeth are exposed. Stay like that for ten seconds. How do you feel now?
Smiles are contagious.
Let’s investigate what it is about smiling that makes us feel good. According to popular research, when you smile, that squeeze at the tail end of your lips sends a signal to your brain, activating the reward center of your brain which in turn spikes up the happy hormones. So as you can see, smiles are all happy. But there are some rare smiles that mask sadness and sometimes depression. There are, of course, scientific ways to differentiate fake smiles from real smiles. But the whole idea of smiling is to generate happiness. And guess what? Smiles are contagious!
Aren’t we lucky that we can trick ourselves to be happy? How many times have you smiled today?