Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection. – Mark Twain
Education is not just learning the skills to make a living – it is learning to understand life itself. When you disappointed, frustrated, discouraged, or beaten-down, living in the past, in other words stuck of your life, it is hard to maintain momentum in your endeavors to progress and live happy and meaningful life. The best way to get your spark back is to get to know yourself.
The site features stories, tips, and insights about personal development, self-growth, knowledge,understanding, wisdom. In other words about positive transformation. It touches occasionally also socio-political topics related to education and the climate change impact to our planet aimed to raise your and your family awareness that we all all connected. Tat we’re all The One! Personal development means action right now rather than just reading and hoping things will magically appear. They will not!
All of us have challenges and difficulties we face on a daily basis. We also have goals and dreams we want to accomplish. As a life-long truth seeker, I’m always looking for the best ways to deal with challenges, minimize suffering, and find joy and fulfillment in life. I’m still a work-in-progress myself, but I’m happy to use my “life experiments” as a resource for sharing ideas with you.
How can you benefit from this blog? In many ways, because if you aim to break free from negative thinking and limiting beliefs; Learn how to think and use your language; Learn how to communicate with yourself and others; Strengthen your confidence and self-esteem; Improve your self-awareness and emotional intelligence, etc. you are definitely on the right place.
I invite you to get involved in the site by commenting, sharing a post, or introducing yourself on my blog. It’s a lot easier to be who you want to be in this world when you remember you are never alone. We are all in this together, and we all have something to teach and something to learn. So, isn’t it better exploring it together? Cheers!
With Love, Myra