We can change bad habits of thinking in ways filled with distrust, pessismism, conflict, sorrow and jealousy.
There are 3 key cancers of the mind that result in damage to yourself and to others.
Often we cannot love ourselves or others fully when we are stuck in our own complexes.
Often we think we’re balanced when, in reality, that balance is fragile. We only need a slight breeze to blow for us to fall down.
We can remind young people that they’re already beautiful as they are; they don’t have to be someone else.
We can only share with others what we first have within ourselves.
With some nurture, time and patience, we can restore ourselves and rise from the ashes of burn out with beautiful green fields of mental, physical, intellectual and spiritual health.
Thanks but no thanks said the young man rather grimly. The old woman smiled knowingly then handed the young man the bowl of salt and led him to a nearby lake.
When we remember the good others have done for us, we feel humble by our need for others and gratitude for the gifts we have received.
We can Forgive ourselves, and in doing so, open ourselves up to the emotional healing we all yearn for.