So many worthwhile thoughts.
How can we appreciate the little things in life if we do not celebrate them?
It seems that we focus much of our conscious attention on things that bother us; while neglecting the more meaningful felicities our world is sharing. There are many things that agitate us throughout our day, but if we pay attention to only negative occurrences how are we going to be grateful for the modest joys in life?
How often do you get enraged at red lights? You sit there and begin to feel anger pulsing through your body while urging the light to change. We become agitated and worrisome which gradually can transform into road rage. Why do we let the outcome of a red light interfere with our happiness. Realistically red lights are out of our control. The further into our commute we get, the more we let simple things such as red lights…
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Worth thinking about.
Freedom: thinking without restrictions.
I’m talking about all aspects of the word. You could say that freedomIS no restrictions, in its purest sense if you will. It is important that we think of the word without any constraints we may unconsciously place on it due to our upbringing and what others tell us is “possible.”
Most of us are only capable of understanding that of which we already know. But I challenge you to use your imagination. Our mind is the most powerful tool we have… and it’s free.
The times we live in, our geological location, and the culture we have been raised in, all play key roles in our interpretation of communication. However, since we are all living in the same era, I will deduce that we will have a similar cognizance of the word: freedom.
What makes you free?
The question is very simple…
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I am a MASTER at overthinking. How about you? How long have you put off your heart’s desire by analyzing it to death? Are you still analyzing? Have you jumped in with both feet? What you resist, persists.