A Series of Habits that Stole your happiness Last Year
This is my first time writing or should I say trying to write a series of post. So, I am going to attempt to do so. I will be writing a total of 12 posts for each series, one a day. This is the first post of the twelve regarding 12 habits that stole your happiness last year. I hope these series of post will help you in your progress for the New Year, as I am expecting them to help me as well.
Sticking to what we already know. – When we stop learning we stop living a meaningful life. This is the truth. Life’s richness does not come from always residing within familiar and comfortable territory. It’s when we venture out, away from the familiar, that we grow stronger and more capable. We must hold tightly to our core values while at the same time opening our hearts and mind to new ideas, feelings and experiences. Our perspective will become clearer when we look at things from different angles. Find ways to provide a healthy challenge to our current understanding of life, and we will discover and experience far more of life’s magic in the year ahead.
1.There will always be more tough changes to make. Always! And yes, this growth can be painful. Change can be painful. But in the end, nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you do not belong. You’re not the same person you were a year ago, a month ago or a week ago. You’re always growing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life. It takes a great deal of courage to admit that something needs to change, and a lot more courage, still, to accept responsibility for making the change happen. But doing so is worth every bit of effort you can muster.
2.Those in life who refuse to examine the areas in their lives that continue to weigh them down, or leave them lost, are those who will continue to remain lost. It is only when a person is willing to admit that they need some change that things start to actually change. Many times, change in our lives only requires for us to make a few small tweaks in order to see successful results.
Post one:It’s true that “Sometimes when things are falling apart, they may actually be falling into place.”