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.
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.
I’m so tired of seeing all theses pill and drinks and things that are supposed to suppress your appetite or help you lose weight, in one way or another. They don’t work. Please don’t buy these and waste your money. If you overeat, it is because you like to eat and you eat because it’s there. It doesn’t matter if you’re hungry or not. That’s not how overweight people think. We see food and we want it. Plain and simple.
Food always has been and probably always will be a social thing. “Hey, I haven’t seen you in forever. Let’s get lunch sometime.”
I’ve learned throughout the years that no one makes it on their own. No one. I don’t care what a cold hearted bastard you are. No one made it to where they are on their own.
It was in passing. Might have been on TV. Can’t remember where I heard it. Yet, it has resinated with me for quite some time.