In all the times that hope seemed to escape me, I realised that it was not because the future held no hope. It was because I had given up hope of being able to participate meaningfully in that future. I’ve … Continue Reading Hopelessly hopeful
We’re built to serve others. When we lose hope in being served by others, we withhold our service in protest … Continue Reading Serve a greater purpose
There is a price to be paid for believing in people before they give you reason to believe in them. … Continue Reading Saturation Point
Meditation or prayer is what gives us retrospective pause to realise where on that treadmill of life we find ourselves. Mindfulness is what reduces our need for such deliberate reflection. And sometimes, without realising it, we become distracted in our efforts to be mindful, while allowing moments of excitement, joy, or exasperation to escape us because we are too busy observing the individual components that make up that wholesome experience.
Anger is a result of failed expectations. When you find yourself losing your temper, consider which expectation you're allowing to define your self worth.
In my search for significance, I’ve realised that I always come up short. It’s a double-edged sword with a poisoned tip. The very fact that I feel a need to seek significance is damaging to my sense of self, since … Continue Reading Significance