I believe sharing your distresses with the ones you love and trust will create a lasting bond, and will ease the pain of your loss. Even in the face of inevitability, you can gain strength through the support and encouragement of others; instead of feeling guilty and regretting your decisions, you can leave these arduous experiences as a stronger, more empathetic and resilient person. In a sense, as you create new bonds and strengthen them through every experience you share, your own character also becomes more tenacious and prepared for difficult trials
If you fail in one, make a second one and try fulfilling it. Accept the condition you are in and be grateful. Take Steps towards betterment Many of us react to their situations in haste and end up making other mistakes in life and these by doing mistakes they will ultimately end up regretting.
Then suddenly you’re down to the wire and your brain experiences a deluge of stress and information overload. This only causes a drain on your energy, causing you to lose sight of the task at hand. Enjoy the Ride It isn’t all fun and games, but take note of where you stumble or your motivation dips- you can then come up with a solution to prevent that from becoming an issue again. You may see a pattern emerge, which allows you to arrange your schedule as required.
When you remember something you usually recollect your thoughts to do so. He needs to gain control of his life, just like he needs to gain control in the room. “And what can you do but what you did back in this awful room…Smile and hope for a change of subject” (270). Just like your life problems you want to forget that they are happening and think of something different. Confronting your problems is a hard and usually, an unwanted thing to do, that is why the room was so dingy and unkempt.
Persistence is not always a good thing, and it could lead people into their own demise. I learned that you shouldn’t ignore the subtle signs that are given to you, whether to continue
This suffering would be a result of the instinctive nature that Schopenhauer believes humans to possess, the nature of becoming envious. In accordance with the last point made, individuals who expend a great amount of effort towards the security of their desires will only become disappointed in their results. By this, we understand that the pain should appropriately teach us to no longer participate in such a pursuit, yet Schopenhauer explains that we will become greedy and begin the process once again. He points out that "Every satisfaction he attains lays the seeds of some new desire, so that there is no end to the wishes of each individual will" explains the likelihood of pursuing another desire even though the desire we once pursued expended a great amount of our energy and effort (Saunders, pg. 20). Consequently, this is how Schopenhauer goes on to describe the cyclical nature of humans and desire.
As such, people wake up afraid to expect the best and prepare for the worse. Do you see that this is still the Law of Attraction working? By THINKING that the worse will happen, people are bringing about problems to themselves. So kick the habit! Do expect the best and the best will happen to you.
In conclusion, you can now see that traditions are a waste time. They take up time that can be used for something else. They are hard to continue, and unending. In the future I hope you think twice about wasting your time or may even change your life now by taking out those traditions that are wasting your life. Do you feel the same about traditions now?
Khorram, I was also intrigued by another important concept that would contribute to happiness. This concept was found in “A First Essential for Peaceful Relationships.” Again, happiness was attainable only when we start to stray our focus away from the faults of others. According to Khorram, “It’s fair to say that you will never be happy as long as you dwell on the faults of others” (55). Although it may become a natural tendency, focusing on the flaws of others is detrimental towards our happiness.
Pinks theory of only engagement can produce mastery is extremely useful because it sheds light on the difficult problem that is people giving up when things get hard with out comprehending that mastery is pain, it involves working hard. mastery can be a asymptote line that you can see but never touch. I will Involve flow into the things I do, it will Allow me engage into classes, homework, projects etc “In flow people live so deeply in the moment. and feel so utterly in control, that their sense of time, place and even self melts away”(Pink113) Pink advocates the idea that when a person is in the mind state of “flow” it blocks everything else concentrating on the importance of what they are doing in that moment.
I agree with this, self-control is necessary in order to put priorities over wants. Alena Hall writes this in her article, “A lack of self-control causes procrastinators to have problems when it comes to finishing tasks -- even some of the most simple and basic ones” (Hall, 2014). I would even say that the lack of self-control is the cause of procrastination in many cases. However if a person doesn 't feel adequately equipped for a job, or if they are scared of failure, the same results may ensue. Likewise, part of my struggle with procrastination is because I’m a perfectionist.
and I find it entertaining when I get in an argument with someone and they get all flustered. Just because I find it fun that does not mean everyone else does. It is a blessing being stubborn because it is a little easier to achieve what you set out to do, but sometimes one needs to know when to back down, and I do not know when I need to back off. I have never been able to back down from a fight, and sometimes I’ve ended up in some pretty sticky situations. But I stick with my gut and things usually work themselves out in the