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Complaining is draining. It drains the life out of those who are forced to listen to it. Complaining also drains the complainer. Incessant complaining can transform the complainer and their audience into helpless victims. Complaining means blaming instead of taking … Continue reading
Life is a bit too ordinary when there are no challenges. Fear makes life dull. Life becomes overwhelming. Fear makes life frightening. Fear makes me anxious. Far too often, I let my fear of failure, fear of losing, and the … Continue reading
I’ve started to wonder if the fear of success or fear of failure may be linked to some age-old questions: Who am I? I’ve pondered this question before, by asking myself to clarify who I am not, and concluded that … Continue reading
One way to be present is to reduce regrets about the past and minimise worries about the future. We regret the past. We worry about the future. Worry and regret stop us from being present. More energy in the present … Continue reading
My Soul whispered, “You don’t need to be male or female to be chivalrous. Personal honour and mutual honour are characteristics every human being can choose to uphold at any time.”
Learning how to clear my emotional atmosphere so I have more energy for what’s really important.
If you’re feeling stuck, the remedy is to learn something new every day, and to keep learning, even when you experience a shift. This is how you make progress.