Our desire for perfection and our need for inner peace will always be in conflict, if we refuse to acknowledge our imperfections.
However, focusing on our imperfections will take us further away from attaining inner peace. Despite our best intentions, we cannot do or give of our best when we’re attached to, and focused on, the wrong …
“The Courage of Integrity: The highest courage is to dare to be yourself in the face of adversity… choosing right over wrong, ethics over convenience and truth over popularity. These are the choices that measure your life. Travel the path of integrity without looking back for there is never a wrong time to do what is right.”
As part of a balanced diet, fruit and vegetables can help us stay healthy. The UK Government has been telling us that we need to have five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, which includes 5 portions of fruit and vegetables together.
Five reasons for us to consume our five portions
Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins and minerals that include Vitamin C, potassium and folate;
They are an excellent source of dietary fibre, which can prevent constipation, digestion problems and help maintain a healthy gut. Fibre also reduces our risk of bowel cancer;
Any negative issues I deal with can sometimes reinforce my insecurities about my disability. It’s not that I’m looking for those insecurities, but negativity energy can trigger some of the old thoughts and having no emotional support.
It is common for us all to subconsciously hold on to insecurities from childhood. We may see some of the issues we deal with positively, but it is hard to fully let go when no one accepts responsibility. Although some …
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
When someone is being overly critical, it is often because we don’t stop them and because they know they can get away with it, unless we learn to object. In those circumstances, we must either understand the underlying message, ignore the message, or as a last resort, disengage.
Critical people don’t think about what they’re going to say before they say it. They’ll bleat something out, then think about what they’ve said after they’ve said it, by which time it’s too late to change anything …