Wednesday, 27 October 2010
1) The Addiction to opinions of other people. As a society, we're addicted to what others think about us and how others' views of the world affect us.
2) The Addiction to drama. Some people are drawn to and consumed by any event or situation that occupies their thoughts and fills their mind with negativity, which often brings attention to them in unproductive ways.
3) The Addiction to the past. These people have an unhealthy attachment to events or situations that have occurred in the past. They're stuck in how things used to be.
4) The Addiction to worry. This addiction is comprised of all the negative and self-defeating thoughts that make us anxious, disturbed, upset and stressed, that hold us back in life.
1. Why are you here -- what's your purpose?
2. How do you want to show up for others -- what are your values?
3. What are your God-given talents?
4. Five years from now, how is the world experiencing you?
5. Who would you already be if you were already there?
Tuesday, 26 October 2010
Monday, 25 October 2010
our imagination cannot anticipate. At the same time that the feeling of our new
situation delights us, it confuses us with the memory of the cares and annoyances
with which we let ourselves be troubled on that same earth that we catch sight of
below us as we cross over holes in the plain of clouds that we are overlooking from
an enchanted world which was there all the time. And when we are returned to our
modest conditions of walking, we will no longer feel the weight of the grey sky upon
us because we will remember that beyond this wall of clouds, so easily crossed, there
exists the splendor of the sun as well as the perception of limitless space in which
for a moment we felt so free.
Shouldn't one have young people who have finished there studies make a
long journey by plane.''
from the light that it can bring into the fog that enshrouds us.
Think that all of those who have succeeded,
when they remember the difficulties of there beginnings,
shout out with conviction: Those were the days
Because for most people: success=prison
and an artist should never be a prisoner;
prisoner of himself, prisoner of a style, prisoner of reputation or prisoner of success''