Tag: growth

  • Do you remember you?

    Do you remember you?

    Sometimes, we lose ourselves to the hopelessness of others. Sometimes, we lose ourselves to the failed expectations of life. And sometimes, we lose ourselves because we thought it was our failings that earned us pain, while oblivious to the fact that it was in fact our success that threatened the ones we loved. In these,…

  • Be true about seeking truth

    Be true about seeking truth

    If you’re sincere about seeking the truth, you won’t be distracted by the source or tone through which it arrives. The truth is only harsh if you’re not willing to accept it. The harshness enters when we need to hear something more palatable or pleasant about ourselves because we need the validation that says that…

  • Rediscover who you are

    Rediscover who you are

    The journey of rediscovery of the self is the greatest joy of all. It shakes off the cobwebs that life tends to accumulate, and breaks the chains that we’ve used to tether ourselves to past experiences. Rediscover who you really are, so that you can shake off the debris that you accumulated through the years…

  • Growth is inevitable

    Growth is inevitable

    This was an important realisation that has carried me through many difficult experiences in life. What’s even more important to realise is that when we choose a positive growth for ourselves, there is no guarantee that the people around us will choose the same. Don’t back down from being a better version of you because…

  • Start before you’re ready!

    Start before you’re ready!
  • The Lonely Path (II)

    The Lonely Path (II)

    That incomplete thought process is hounding me. It feels as if the main point that I tried to convey in the first take on this subject eluded that entire post. The main point was simply this. Before I continue, I am well aware that me using the term simple when explaining what’s going on in…

  • Build, Maintain, or Destroy

    Build, Maintain, or Destroy

    The choice to improve our state has always appeared to be a default setting for human nature. Just like the baby that learns to crawl before learning to walk and then run, adults also seek constant progress with the aim to achieve more comfort or fulfilment in their lives. The nature of this world is…