When you are stuck on negative thoughts or viewing life through a negative lens, they are a tool that comes in handy to get you unstuck and back on track. Following are some inspirational quotes that I believe will inspire everyone to feel better about life and make the most of today. 1. Today May Suck, But Tomorrow Can Rock! "What you do today can improve all your tomorrows."
Modern people have become so pre-occupied with the joy of acquiring material things and chasing the perennial threshold for success that we forget about those precious little things and moments in life that we are able to enjoy and experience. Appreciating as a habit can be hard at first, but think of it as a long-term goal. The more you harness positive thoughts and feelings, the more you’re likely to feel more at ease with your life and the more resilient you become when it comes to dealing with negative life
Part A Task 1) Expectations and self-love Even though I really liked most of the quotes, there was one that really appealed to me. The quote I liked the most was the one by Richard Feynman, because it was the one I agreed the most with. I think we 'd all be a lot happier if we stopped worrying about what others think we should accomplish and rather focus on what we ourselves want to do. When people have expectations for us we usually become a lot harder on ourselves and bring ourselves down for not succeeding at what others think we should succeed at. It brings us down a lot emotionally and mentally, even though we really shouldn 't care this much.
GOOD CHOICES FOR GREAT CONSEQUENCES! “For a variety of reasons, people often make choices that have negative results. Later, they regret these choices, finding out too late that bad choices can be costly. On the other hand, decisions that seem completely reasonable when they are made may also be the cause of later disappointment and suffering. What looks like a wonderful idea at one time can later seem like the worst decision that could have been made.
It often takes away the peace of mind and leads to regular mental breakdowns. Therefore, it is very essential to build a custom of focusing on the present and preventing drilling on the past. If mistakes are perceived in the right spirit, they help in innovation and boosting confidence for both, those who commit the mistake and those who are affected by the mistake. The positive impacts of making mistakes dominate the negative consequences; therefore, making mistakes is necessary. The fear of the consequences should not affect the opportunity to make mistakes.
He starves himself, he learns love, he thinks of suicide… Fortunately, he meets a ferryman, who becomes his best friend also his “teacher”, and helps him find the ultimate way to achieve enlightenment. Siddhartha abandons his relationships, money, and education which bring him happiness, and in the twenty first century, these still bring happiness as the essential steps to take. Relationship makes Siddhartha’s life more meaningful and significant. Kamala, the woman Siddhartha likes, makes a change of Siddhartha’s life, and she has an influence on him, just like it claims in the book: “But still he returned to the lovely Kamala, learned the art of love, practiced the cult of pleasure, where more than anywhere else giving and taking became one, chatted with her, learned from her gave her advice, took her advice”(59). Siddhartha plays with people around him, and the matters of business, but eventually he returns to Kamala, his lover and also his teacher.
We unnecessarily stress ourselves very often. Instead of doing so if we take these least important things lightly, we can get rid of this irritation and distress. The study points out that instead of grumbling at these petty inconvenient situations, how can we enjoy these moments. It may sound strange but it really happens. While encountering routine inconveniences, many people curse the system, the people concerned, the time, and even their own destiny and so on, on the other hand some of us who are fun loving, enjoy these moments.
But I knew, too, that I could improve and that I had not used my full potential. But writing something is different. You need to engage your heart in it. You need to laugh, cry and even get angry when the characters of your writing do so. You need to feel with them.
It’s painful and unfair, but it’s the only way to find out who you really are. It’s easy to look back and point out the mistakes in our lives and wish we had never made them but the fact of the matter is that our lives are built on these mistakes as much as they are, if not more, on our successes. They make us who we are and that isn’t something worth letting go. Finally, like one of my favourite authors JK Rowling said, we’ve all got both light and dark inside of us. What matters is the part we choose to act on, that’s who we really
It is important to note that some things that we consider as fun could be destructive and harmful. Is it true that what matters in life is our happiness regardless of its origin? I am asking this because sometimes the source of our elation might emerge from places which are dark or evil and as much as we remain in contact, chances are we shall suffer the consequences. It is essential that before we embrace a concept, we need to assess how it affects our moral, social and psychological wellbeing lest it causes us much pain and anguish. Let 's consider happiness to be the brimming of affections which radiates positive psychological molecules in our body thus creating contentment and well being in our life.