When Grief made itself comfortable in a chair during dinner, I would’ve told you: Hope does not exist. (Someone once told me that hope doesn’t exist. Because, according to them, it can’t be measured.) Do you believe in hope? The thing is, Hope has so many definitions. Someone else shared this quote with me: HopeContinue reading “If we were having coffee, what would you tell me? I would tell you that”
You don’t feel grateful for the problem when it’s right in front of you. It’s later on in your life when you see its value. Sometimes we create unnecessary problems for ourselves. Then we come to find that there was no problem in the first place. It was all in our thinking and attitude aboutContinue reading “Why you should be grateful for your problems”
There’s a sense of powerlessness that exists when you feel trapped by your current reality. Even though there are always going to be things that are out of your control, there are so many things that are in your hands. Start by making the next best choice that takes you closer to the life that you truly want to live.
During this time of change, I found myself not wanting to adapt to the change. I’ve cried. I’ve felt fear. I still feel it sometimes. Anxiety, too. During this time of change, I found it important to do that things that would keep me centered. At first it started with journaling (lotsa daily journaling), thenContinue reading “Hope & peace during this time of change”