No matter what form water takes, it is still water. Water is present everywhere and it enjoys each and every moment. This is why I often wonder what life would be like if we live more like water.
- Water goes around any obstacle that’s in its way.
- Water doesn’t stop to argue, it has no time
- Water goes with the flow, it is adaptable
- Water is gentle and easy
- Water has its own kind of power
Nothing can stop water from flowing – nothing at all.
Just like water, let us not allow obstacles to stop us from moving forward. Let us find ways to go around our obstacles and pursue the desires of our hearts.
Water has no time to stop and argue. It just continues flowing without any disturbances. Just like water, let us not argue. Instead, let us walk away from arguments. Getting involve in arguments is a total waste of valuable time.
How about going with the flow? Let us not complicate our lives by overthinking or dwelling on the past. Let us keep on going with the flow, just like water.
Water is gentle and easy. Let us maintain a gentle and easy spirit, just like water.
Water is powerful. You have your own kind of power, just like water. That power is within you. Just search deep down within your soul and you shall find it.
Now, can you imagine what life would be like if we:
- find ways around our obstacles
- stop arguing
- stop overthinking
- have a gentle spirit
- utilize our power
and live more like water? Imagine it…
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Every Thursday I randomly select a post to re-blog that deals with real issues, and the author is not afraid to tell it like it is. For today’s real talk Ashlie who blogs at thesingleliferealtalk shares with us a powerful message on the truth of a woman’s worth. Please show her some love by visiting her blog, read and comment. Thank you as usual for your support.
For last week’s real talk we spoke about people who were ungrateful and their attitude. If you didn’t get a chance to read it, it’s not too late. Please read it here!
Often times we tend to believe that we are the only ones who are good at doing something, and if it is not done the way we think it should, then it is no good at all.
Why is this so? Could it be because we are little bit controlling? Or is it that we are simple control freaks?
The truth of the fact is that everyone is good in their own way, and everyone does things differently. Their ways might not be the way we think it should be done but at the end of the day most results are the same.
Take for example the task of making a bed; in my opinion there is no right way to make a bed, there are just different ways. Likewise, there is no right way to tidy a house, there are just different ways. What do you think? Continue reading Do You Appreciate The Effort Of Others?
Some people are not very good at expressing themselves.
Is it because they do not understand that expressing themselves is about the other person and not them?
Some of them really do not care how their messages might affect others and because they are so self-centered they do not pay attention to the words that spring forth from their lips. They just do not care.
But what they fail to understand is that the moment they stop caring about other people’s feelings is the moment they stop trying to express themselves in an amicable way. Sometimes too, it is so hard to believe that their messages are sincere because it seems more of a criticism rather than sincerity. Continue reading Stop Searching For What Was Not Said
Don’t look back; there is no future in the past.
When you truly learn to appreciate the beauty of your life you will notice that your life will improve.
There are thousands of things that surround us and for which we should be grateful …we just need to look.
Your listening skills will be greatly improved if you try these 6 simple strategies. Continue reading 6 Simple Strategies that Will Improve Your Listening Skills
Six Bad Listening Habits
1. Becoming Distracted
We are all guilty of this and usually it is one or more of the following that usually distract us:
- mental – allowing our minds to drift us away
- physical – feeling of pain, hunger, etc.,
- visual – something or someone you see that is of interest
- auditory – a distant music, a siren, voices, etc.,
Continue reading 6 Bad Listening Habits That Can Prevent You from Listening Effectively