I don’t believe in coincidences. I think that things happen the way that they are supposed to. When you really look at and evaluate every experience you’ve had, it’s a direct result of your actions and thoughts.
Don’t fight or wish away unexpected occurrences. In time, and in its own way, it will prove to better your life in some way. I’m a firm believer that everything happens for a reason.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. Know little bit about history of foods. Especially my favourite foods caesar salad & cheesecake have amazing history. And i must thank Americans for making almost every food unhealthier & shitter.)
Keep the honest moments close to your heart. Especially the ones that are the most human. When you laugh until your ribs ache with your friends, when you feel stars exploding inside of you from falling in love, when life breaks you open and those tears of transformation pour like a river from your soul. Life is really quite simple. We get to experience this planet for a brief while. We get to learn how to love ourselves and one another for the strange, messy, and magical creatures we are. What a gift it is to have a human life.
If you look a little closer, there is always something to be grateful for. True GRATITUDE isn’t ignoring the darkness. It’s participating with your whole heart in whatever moment life brings. It’s leaning into the unfolding process and having the courage to not need all of the answers. (Not my words.)
Life is precious, and it’s what you do with it that keeps you alive on the inside. It’s not enough just to live and take that gift for granted. Each one of us has fears, but the more we work to overcome them, the more we are able to enjoy our lives. Fear varies by perspective or experience. The thing is, if you’re living your life in fear, then you’re just not living.
I believe that life is a prize. But to live doesn’t mean you’re alive. Try to face one of your fears today.
There’s a difference between hanging on to the past and learning from it. What’s done is done, and I realized it’s important not to dwell because I can’t change what’s already happened. But at the same time I want to be mindful of the past and learn from my mistakes and my successes in life. The future excites me too, but at the end of the day, all we have is this moment now and we must cherish and love it.
Make a conscious effort to live in the present today. When you catch yourself obsessing over the past or worrying about the future just remember to be right now.
Learn from the past and share your experiences with others. Cherish the present and look forward to the future.
If we believe there is no magic in life, then we’ll never experience it. If we believe the miraculous is not real, then we’ll never accept it when we see it. If we believe that we’re limited in what we can do, accomplish, and become, then we’ll always live within the confines of our imagination.
However, the opposite is also true. If we believe in magic, we’ll experience it around every corner. If we believe in the miraculous, then we’ll train ourselves to see and be thankful for the little miracles that unfold each day. If we believe that we are limitless, then we’ll see anything we imagine is possible.
The beliefs that we hold onto influence our lives significantly, determining how our story unfolds.
If we want to see success in our lives, we must intentionally work towards what we’re purposed to do. We cannot get distracted by anything outside of our purpose or compromise our creativity, vision, or convictions because we believe that we’ll obtain more success or get more recognition or praise through our change in direction. It doesn’t work like that. Because, success is connected to purpose, not trends of popularity. One of the definitions of success is “the accomplishment of one’s goals”.
We have to keep OUR GOALS in front of us, not someone else’s. So, stay on track. Believe in yourself and your purpose.
Trust that as you stay faithful to what you know you ought to be doing, you will experience astronomical success that will leave you with a sense of fulfillment and will impact the world around you.
Eat better. Run more. Squat more. Sleep earlier. Wake up earlier. Make a good breakfast. Drink water. Eat healthy. Read books. Adventure. Talk sense. Listen more. Feel deeper. Love better. Open your eyes. Experience life. Remain consistent. Be happy. BE YOU.
We have to realize that our lives could be gone in a moment. There are no guarantees that we will be here at this time next year. Learn to live each day to the fullest. Don’t complain. Don’t focus on what’s wrong. Don’t retaliate to negative people. Don’t react to negativity in general. Be grateful for the opportunity to experience each day. Be an authentic version of yourself shamelessly.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. Watch the economic story of UK, which is gonna get even more worse with time. Thanks to conservative dummies. My analogy being a senior data analyst for fintech industry; every country which made cash transfers to people during COVID are gonna suffer a lot economically, because it was all funded by government borrowing.)
1. Become more observant. Notice everything that surrounds you. The world is full of examples, ideas, words, wisdom, mistakes and experiences.
2. Collect ideas. Ideas and thoughts tend to evaporate from your mind too fast. Try to capture them before it is too late. Ideally, write down or sketch every single one.
3. Read. Read a lot. Reading is probably the best investment of time ever. Devote at least 30 minutes per day to reading. Ideally, have a book always with you.
4. Analyze your day. Before going to bed, spend 10 minutes analyzing your day. Consider what things you managed to do well and what mistakes you made.
5. Start writing. The biggest value of a good writing skill is that it cultivates a discipline. First of all, the discipline of thinking. Your thoughts will cease to be random and chaotic. They will gradually become systematic and structured instead.