One of the many things that motivates us as human beings is about making connections and doing things that matter to us. Whenever we do things that have value to us, we have purpose. We strive for a subconscious contribution to something greater than ourselves. We yearn to belong to something and to someone. We want to be valued.
We are constantly learning new things whether or not we are consciously aware of it. It's all part of personal growth and development that makes each of us unique. Now in my forties, I've realized how much my perspective on life has changed over the years. Once feeling invincible, I now feel a sense of humility.
We often hear the term "Coming Home" or "The Journey towards Home" when it comes to healing and self-help. What are we acknowledging? Where can it lead us? These are questions I asked myself as I return home from a business trip.
Some days are rather ordinary and uneventful, yet some days, it feels like I'm making a big splash and a difference to the mental health community.
Who are the toxic people in your lives? What does it mean to let go of them?
I often wonder what everyone's story is about. I wonder how many people I meet daily battle depression or anxiety.
Inspired by some deep and meaningful quotes from the movie "Before Sunset", I share some of my perspectives on them.
I had a recent discussion/debate the other day with a couple of my fellow forty-something year old friends. They shared their opinion on the generation called Millennials...
What I've learned is that life is most enjoyable when it's well balanced. A short blog on finding balance.