Do these two contradict each other? If we are satisfied with what we have and work to make the world better for others, then no. But if we try to change the world, to have more for ourselves, then yes, they contradict.
I’m so tired from one-sided memes, so here is my four-sided meme.
And Netflix is a waste of time. We’re supposed to read books, not to stare at the box.
Is it any contradiction here? Why cannot we be spontaneous within our plans? Why cannot we make a plan spontaneously?
Is there any contradiction between these two? This is a tough one.
How can we be anyone else? If I am not self-confident, I am myself. If I am doing what others say, I am myself. A follower. If I am faking my personality, I am myself. A faker. What else could I be?
My body is not me. My mind is not me. My name is not me. So, who should I be? What is that “I”?
Faking, imitating others is a natural process of learning in any field. Being yourself is following your deepest values. Two different things. If one wants to fake – let them be themselves, let them fake. Why pretend to be a unicorn?
Is there actually any contradiction here? Maybe we can let our heart to imagine better future, set the goals that matter, and let our brain to find a way how to implement that future and how to achieve those goals?
Think: What am I leaving behind me?
A bit longer article about the purpose of life: How much time did you waste in search for life purpose? Stop right now!
And a bit longer graphic story about finding the direction: How the Cheshire Cat helps to find direction
And a questionnaire that helps to find the direction: Finding the Life Direction
There is no one else to watch you but you.
This image was created for the article “How to make life easier? One mind trick that changes reality.” as a mere illustration. But I shared it on facebook and it got a tremendous amount of likes and comments, so, now it deserves to be a separate meme in memes category.
Sometimes success hides where you do not expect to find it.
Here fits this article: The potential of introverts. (No, not being wrapped in blankets!)
Honestly, I hate running, but I love cycling and like swimming a bit.
Communities on facebook and google+ suggested me a lot more options – so the sequel is here with 21 illustrations.
Meditation is a thing to make the mind calm. And probably the best one.