Your life consists of two stages. The first stage is an existential expedition to discover your purpose. The second stage, and ultimately what serves to abundantly overflow your life with meaning, is to use this discovery to redefine yourself. Discover your purpose and become it.
- Jeremy Forsythe 🌹👌🏼
@scarletbg1 @chichis_1985 🎶❤️🌹🌈🙏🏼☮️✌🏼🎶
Happy Monday 🙌 Thank you @thegoodquote.co 👌🏻 This really rang true 😳 At a time of year when it becomes all about the socials and the festive madness don’t lose sight of doing what’s best for you! 😊 Be kind and don’t let FOMO win 😆 If it doesn’t serve you let it go! 🙌
💡retail is not a fun time this time of the year.... 😂 so please remember to be patient when out Christmas shopping cause you never know what that person is going through or what’s going on in their workplace 👌🏼 a kind reminder to be kind ♡ #bekind#christmas
Thank you all for the amazing 10-day Gratitude journey 🙏🏻
❤️ To Anna - for the beautiful teachings, for sharing your personal story, for your contagious enthusiasm and endless inspiration, and for all the work, research, and recommendations, that you’ve put together for the wonderful challenge the last 10 days! Thanks for spreading your light and inspiring others to do the same 🌟
❤️ To all gratitude practitioners from near and far - It was fantastic doing this together. I got so much extra motivation and energy knowing we’re all in this together. Feel so grateful having gained new practitioner friends all around the globe. Keep shining 🌟
❤️ To myself - For my curiosity and the constant will to learn more. For my courage to share the exercises and sharings both here on Insta, as well as in real life. For my time, to reflect, digest and most importantly - try new ways in life when situations encounter.
Now this bubbly, happy, smiling ”gratitude popcornmaker”, will download few podcasts and books recommended to keep up with the impactful work going forward. Packing my bags, and checking out after the semester for holidays with my love. How grateful isn’t life, each and every day? Thank you from the heart ❤️❤️❤️
I often wonder if the way some treat the elderly is a reflection of their childhood. Don't get me wrong, not judging just curious as to the statistics on this.
I mean, if a child is abused (in any form) are they more likely to re-enact how they were cared for to someone else in a vulnerable state?
I watch and listen to parents screaming and shouting at their young because they don't keep up the pace or their behaviour doesn't please them, and I wonder what they will be like when it's their turn to care for their young or elderly.
Speak kindly to others. Think before you react. Don't be a bully.