Applying moral intelligence, or “doing the right thing”, makes you more efficient and effective in personal, social and professional life. For example, being honest and open with employees makes them more committed to working hard for the organization. Run your professional life using the same principles as your personal life and find your career get […]
From the core of the desires is living a life of purpose and meaning,
From the core of purpose and meaning is a life of service to others,
From the core of service to others, you will find peace and happiness
Where within the deep roots of peace and happiness you will discover yourself.
But the fact of life is that we hardly know ourselves.
THE ONLY LIMITS YOU SEE IS THAT YOU IMPOSE ON YOURSELF !!
To find yourself is the most challenging experience for one. Spending time with yourself is very important, as you can only find what exactly as a person you are.
Ask yourself these questions:
- What work gives you joy and sense of satisfaction?
- What’s your biggest fear and why?
- What are your good and bad habits?
- If you could have a single wish granted, what it would be?
- One failure that changed your life?
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We are not a slave of our self. We are not a slave of our fate. Instead, we are slaves of our mind, if we allow it to be so.
We can submit to others for the right reasons or purpose; but not because we do not have a choice.
We always have a choice: the choice to remain, or the choice to go away. We always have been free.
No one could ever bound our WILL in chains; for it is rooted within, which we alone have the access.
Others may control our body, but not our mind.
Be free. FLY.
For that is how God created you to be!
Ask a friend casually what he or she is doing. The answer that you will often get is: “Just passing time” or “killing time”. Isn’t it strange? What they unknowingly say in a casual tone has a deep meaning. In fact, whenever I hear such an answer, I feel alarmed. We will live up to only a certain age. With such limited time in our hands, how can there be time to “pass” or “kill”?
Think about it. What happened yesterday? Last week? Last month? Or last year? How soon did the time pass by? Realize that it is this moment that will create your days, your weeks, your months, your years and your life. If you want to get hold of your life, go ahead and grab the moment. As they say in Latin ‘carpe diem’ that literally means seize the day.
Most of us have a dream. And when we first find it, it seems so easy. Our confidence is high. This dream is achievable. And then after time the vision grows dimmer. The possibilities of actually manifesting our dreams seems less and less likely. And it’s at this point that we need inspiration and fortunately there are many in the world that have had the same experience and still manifested their dreams. So when the chips are down and the goal seems impossible it’s to these real life stories we can turn to, to re inspire us .
As most of you know I am a HUGE Harry Potter fan. I love the universe, the characters and the magic. However the story behind the book is just as amazing as the books themselves.
J.K Rowling had a vision and a dream which took her through the hardest parts of her…
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You are not a number. Your value is not defined by a grade, a percentage, a GPA or an SAT score. You are a human being, with hopes, dreams, aspirations and a mind to think for yourself.
Your presence in school may be required, but it is up to you to make something of it. From kindergarten until you graduate and beyond, it is you who determine what you get from your education. That’s not to say that the school you attend, the classes you enroll in, or the teachers you end up with have no impact, but ultimately it’s all on you. That should not sound like a crushing weight or just another responsibility – it’s actually freeing. Getting a good education is a privilege that not all children and young adults get and often it is those that are more affluent or are enrolled in a better school…
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Mindset is everything in this life Life has no definite meaning Your life is the product of your thoughts Your happiness is your responsibility Your success is your responsibility Social sup…
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So what exactly does it mean to be an empath you might ask and I wondered the same the first time I heard the word. I can’t remember how I came across it and it was probably a Facebook quiz I took just for fun, aren’t those hilarious at times, almost like reading the horoscope that can be a hit or miss and in the end you are left to believe what you want to believe anyways. However this one intrigued me in some sense and I vaguely remember googling the word to learn more about the subject which ultimately was describing myself. The article talked about the trademark of an empath and that they feel and absorb the emotions and feelings of others due to their high sensitivities. It could be a blessing or a curse if you don’t learn to center yourself from too many emotions which could leave…
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“You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.” – Naguib Mahfouz (Nobel Prize Winner)
My parents used to call me their “question box.” I would drive them crazy, asking questions about everything. If they said the sky was blue, I’d ask “Why?” If they said Grandpa was sick, I’d ask “How come?” If they said I couldn’t do something, I’d ask, “Why not?”
Children are naturally curious. They don’t take anything for granted. They want to know why things are the way they are, and challenge the adults around them to wonder why, too. And because of their curiosity and critical thinking, they come up with creative ideas most adults wouldn’t even consider.
But somewhere along the way, we are told not to ask so many questions. To “mind our own business,” “not be so nosey”…
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Gone are the days of flattery. Gone are the days when someone says, “What a nice cap you got there, John.” Or, “What a great dress Mary!” When we were a child, we think and reason like a child. Now that we are grown, we think and reason like a grown up. Unlike a child who takes delight in flattery or little appreciation, we value now on a deeper level what has been given to us. We value life. We value our self. And we put much value in it, when we do our best to improve our current self into the best self that we can be. How? Here are the ways:
- Will to change. The first and most important step is the determination to change. It goes beyond the desire. It is taking the necessary steps to get the desired results.
- Stop making excuses. Do…
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