I was filling out a job application recently and they asked how people related through food and how that makes you relatable.
Here’s to today. The complainers, the whiners, the entitled, the gimme society, the easily offended, it’s not my opinion it’s my “I’m right and your wrong” mentality. It’s out of control and the outlook isn’t promising.
One of the hardest things for us, is to tell the truth. It’s the hardest yet the most liberating. You would think that being honest and telling the truth when asked would be the easiest thing. Sadly, far from it.
Labels create something. They make nothing, something. When we label something it takes on a life of it’s own and creates meaning and shape. Causing unneeded and unnecessary stress.
Have you ever used a Hot Toddy to get over a cold? It seems like this is the old fashioned way of dealing with a cold. I understand why it’s old fashion but I think we should bring it back.
I was watching a documentary about a family that adopted a little girl and twin boys. The couple had huge hearts and bank accounts by the looks of things. They were lovely people that had so much love to give and wanted to give these kids the life they deserved. They took these kids in and gave them a wonderful home full of love and valuables.
A book written by Kamal Ravikant is another installment in self love and awareness. A simple quick read and yet so chock full of self love and enlightenment. I have found that the simpler the better and Kamal hit the nail on the head.