The power of “instead of”
Consider that it is not what you don’t do that gets you into trouble, but what you do do… or what is the meaning of the strait and narrow method of going to heaven, whatever YOU call heaven.
Every article, every book that deals with procrastination, with being an underachiever, with being an unsuccessful person concerns themselves with what you are not doing… and not with what you are doing that makes you unsuccessful, unhappy, etc.
But what if that attention, that focus is misplaced? What if what you ARE doing is what really creates the consequence of an unsuccessful, unhappy life?
Continue reading “Consider that it is not what you don’t do that gets you into trouble, but what you do habitually”
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It’s all in a day’s work
Of all the things I have ever said to myself, this is the most potent saying.
It has saved me from suffering, it has saved me from all the nasty feelings that plague humans nowadays: belligerence, entitledness, feeling slighted, frustration, anger, laziness, yearning, wanting, and more.
How? Why? Continue reading “Guaranteed to make you feel happy: It’s all in a day’s work”
You think you know who you are, what is important to you, what you want, and what and who is running your life.
This is your approach towards life. Through what you know…
And your life is… eh, meh, at best just boring, not full of enjoyment. You don’t like yourself and you don’t like your life.
What if the only thing that is wrong with your life is your approach to things, approaching things through what you know… And this approach is the only reason you are not happy?
But the greatest mystery is water for the fish, air for the bird, and himself for a man.
One of the reasons you fumble and stumble and wonder, and seek, and are clueless, because you have a glitch in your world view.
It is not nature, it is nurture… you have been tirelessly and painstakingly trained to be a bumbling idiot.
Offended yet? Continue reading “You probably do not understand yourself as well as you think you do”