Thanks to Hack Spirit.
The weekend offers a chance to slow down, relax and contemplate eternal questions.
Do not be blown around by positive and negative thoughts and emotions brought by life experiences. Maintain distance as an observer and not be attached to the need to control outcomes. – The Bhagavad Gita
Sometimes I allow minor interactions with people to bring me down.
Because I feel they didn’t treat me the way I should be treated.
But then I remember how other people treat me has absolutely no importance in the long run and I alone control my response.
Check out the post below from hackspirit.com for more inspiration.
How well do you really know yourself?
I think one of the characteristics of a thoughtful, evolved person is self-reflection and being honest about your thoughts and desires.
The problem is, it can be challenging to start that inner exploration.
As a tool to help us in the process of discovering our true selves, Deniz Yalim (writing for bayart.org) has compiled a list of introspective questions.
I’ve saved the list to my ereader in order to visit on a daily basis and I thought you might find it helpful as well. (See the link below.)
“Here are just 26 questions that open the door to having a real conversation with yourself. I want to ask you to answer these questions honestly for yourself.” – Deniz Yalim
Passing along a helpful article from Make Use Of (see link below).
“Does watching self-improvement channels on YouTube make a difference to your day? Try these 10 inspiring YouTube Channels for feeding your motivation.” – Dann Albright
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