Who says you’re not enough?

If you need to remind yourself that you're enough, you convinced yourself that you weren't enough.No one can do that to you without your agreement or consent.Reminders, or affirmations have their place in getting us back on track when we become distracted from the truth of who we are.The moment we need to do either

The forgotten village idiot

This essay has been playing on my mind a lot lately.Covid-19 has revealed the true nature of many, which only served to reinforce this notion.Who puts a smile on the face of the village idiot?The saddest part of this essay is that most who read the title thought it to be humorous.From my book The

Blind rage

Sometimes we get so caught up in our anger at the world that we lose sight of the fact that our anger feeds the very same cycles that we've grown to despise. Don't get angry. If you can influence positive change, do it. If not, walk away. Insisting on rage after you've realised that you

You give what you have

I've had many interesting discussions with my kids about this topic recently. If they are dishonest about something, I make them aware of the fact that they will only find reason to be honest with others if they find it unacceptable to be dishonest with themselves. What we tolerate by ourselves towards ourselves is what

Living with hope is infinitely better than living with expectation. When I live with expectation, I erroneously convince myself that I’m entitled to so much. When I expect things from people, I assume that I’m significant enough to have such an expectation. Maybe I am, maybe I’m not. Maybe they just owe me because of