You will act on that belief and people will treat you based on what you think about yourself, based on how you treat yourself and based on how you act and behave in the world. The theme song has a lyric that rings so true: Without practice, nothing can be achieved.
The hardest is found in the easiest. Sometimes life will beat you to the ground and try to keep you there if you let it. If you think about it, now with the technological revolution, we get access to so much information.
You have to be your own best friend. Happy times are great and often fun-filled, but happy times pass, because time passes. I would get excited to do something, and get ready to do it—and then the fear would take over and I would quit.
I would like to "pay it forward" to you. We think we can do only this—go only that far—but no more.
If you like yourself, if you have no problem with your own person, if you have accepted yourself completely, you will be content with having some quiet time, away from all the noise. Well I took the chance and I have never looked back.
Happiness is not based on external status, it is an internal state. I enjoy reading the works on Ken Evoy. When you have a lot to cry and complain about, but you prefer to smile and take a step forward instead, you are growing stronger. Spend time alone with yourself every day.
I know there are more to come and I am ready, opened and receptive to them all.
The benefit of living today is we have an abundance of access to this wisdom, more than ever before. The hardest is found in the easiest. How did I overcome this fear? This is something we rarely grasp at first. Your thoughts create reality. By doing this, you are also allowing them to grow and to become better and better every day.
Nobody has all the answers.Below are 33 of the most powerful lessons in my life.
I encourage you to share yours with us by leaving a comment below. =) where I hope to spark a debate regarding the most important questions in life.
I thought you might enjoy giving some thoughts and feedback on this subject. The second most important life lesson that I learned is to treat people like you want to be treated.
This is the "Golden Rule." It is a Biblical principle to "Love your neighbor as yourself.". My life immediately got about % better when I realized that the information you consume online is predominantly made up of the 5% of each extreme view and that 90% of life actually occurs in.
15 Powerful Lessons I’ve Learned From Life There are so many great lessons we all learn from life. I personally made a list with some of the most important ones so. Yes, older people are agreed on the most important life lessons they want to pass on.
Karl Pillemer of Cornell University interviewed nearly people age 70 to + for his book “30 Lessons. The second most important life lesson that I learned is to treat people like you want to be treated.
This is the "Golden Rule." It is a Biblical .Download