I watched a TED talk recently about living to not regret anything. In it, Iman Aghay talks about his own experience of near death in his youth and the profound impact it had on his perspective of life and the life he had so far lived. Upon his miraculous recovery he felt deeply grateful to … Continue reading Dying Regrets, Living Regrets
Appearances, self image, how we view ourselves is paramount and affects us in everything we do. Yet our physical appearance and how others see us, can be very different from how we view ourselves - our self image. We all hold certain beliefs about ourselves, which manifests as particular traits we believe are part of … Continue reading Keeping Up Appearances
For those who have concrete dreams, goals of things they want, it is easier to know how they might get there because they know the end point they want to arrive at. But what about those who aren't quite sure what they want, what their passions and dreams are? A friend of mine said something … Continue reading For Those Who Don’t have a Dream
Cotton candy, pastel hue skies, California movie scene, Boulevard of dreams. Moving through air, sailing Motionless Still, in time. A moment in time, Endless infinity. Lightly drifting Down a path winding, Floating gentle Into a soft haze abyss Of summer's bliss. Written content belongs to the author and is subject to copyright.
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In a culture filled with motivational, self help and personal development; happiness is a highly sought after commodity. We think once we make money,buy that new car, find a relationship or achieve x,y,z (the list goes on...) then we'll finally be happy. But once we get what we want, we find our initial excitement and happiness fades and … Continue reading The Journey of Happiness
*Warning spoilers alert* Recently I went to see the 14-Oscar award nominated film, Lala Land. I hadn't actually heard much about it or seen the trailer; being the un- (pop)cultured person I am; so went in with no expectations. I hadn't read the synopsis and had no idea what the film was about except that it was … Continue reading Lala Land
Learning from the past for makes for a better life, not learning leaves us falling into the same old patterns again, thinking why does this always happen to me? Repeating the same old behaviours is not going to change the experiences we have so therefore we must change our behaviours to get different results, but equally … Continue reading The Past, Present and Future
"Comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there.” We hate to feel fear but fear keeps us comfortable, as difficult as it may seem to believe. There is comfort in the familiarity of fear, really it is the unknown that scares us. Our minds are very good at thinking up possible what … Continue reading Comfort Zone.
For a lot of people, at some point in their lives, they find themselves living a life they don't want. It feels like they're living a lie and it is easy to fall into hopelessness. People become discouraged and disheartened by the present, not being able to see beyond the current situation they're in and believing … Continue reading Means to an End.