“Acknowledging the good that you have in your life is the foundation of all abundance.” – Eckhart Tolle. What I have come to realise is that we can never truly evaluate or value the impact of something at the time. We may never know the effect it has on our life for years to come, but when we reflect on our life as a timeline, we see how it came together in the end.
My Authentic Self.
So many of us keeps secret from the world because we’re afraid that if we reveal the truth of who we really are we won’t be liked, or loved, or accepted. But perhaps one of our most important callings as a species is to put our own self-worth aside and to tell our stories, our struggles and how we prevailed in order to relieve others from suffering.
Happiness is a journey, not a destination.
Your life will ultimately come down to what your thoughts make about it and I promise, You are absolutely enough. Happiness will never be measures by what you have, but by what You are… You can lose what you have, but you will never lose what You are. Embrace and enjoy Your life as journey: What’s greater; a life of happiness? Or a few moments in life we wait for to experience that happiness?
Do what you love and forget work-life balance.
The choices we make and the journey we take will determine our levels of joy and fulfilment. But in an ever-changing world, it is unlikely that we will follow one path of happiness. It’s challenging to keep up with how fast the human race evolves at this point in time. We are very different people to whom we were a decade ago, and it is likely in another decade we will be very different again. We may have a different passion, different lifestyles, different relationships, different careers, different hobbies, and it is almost certain there will be even more things that demand our time.
A series of ‘fortunate’ events.
Sometimes we get so caught up in the multiplex of the mind and ‘daily’ compartments that we fail to look at the bigger picture of our life, our journey and our destiny. We need to take a moment to step outside of ourselves and then we might just notice that it was a series of fortunate events strung together that created our present moment.