Today I’ve been thinking about how fear paralyzes our lives and its relativity. Your resistance to troubles and facing them depends on your prior experience. The harder your problems are, the sillier the other ones seem to you. What yesterday made you shake, today makes you laugh. The story of my life. Along my life, I’ve learned to relativize my concerns. I remember anxiety attacks because of exams when I was in high school, terrible…"Fear.."
Embracing with humility that we know ‘nothing’, that life is filled with lessons, balances, energies, changes, points of view, infinite parallel realities, mirrors to self and endless mysteries. It all comes down to this, “Be Happy”! All that we want, all that we need, all that we are seeking is contained in our happiness. Happiness is a flow, is a state, it is a feeling and it is ‘Who we are’. We can choose it,…"Being happy is all that is worth being"
Being Different I recently watched The Perks of Being a Wallflower for the one hundredth time and it made me ponder what it feels like to be different. I have always been different and during my time in high school being different didn’t feel like a blessing. Self-Doubt became a close friend and I cherished our toxic relationship. I cherished the relationship because it was better than having nothing. I had friends but none that…"Embracing Your Differences – Being an Outsider"
All of us have dealt with depression at least once in our lives. It’s a natural response to frustration in front of problems escaping from your hands. It’s okay, it’s alright. Different periods of our life lead us to paths we didn’t expect to find, normally holding hands with complicated situations, people making all difficult, rocks on the way you would have never thought they would be there. Our capacity of adapting to huge changes…"The brightness of the forsaken. Embracing your nature."
Escaping Routine During my time in Ireland in 2016, I met numerous people who changed my view on life. One of the interesting people I met was a young woman around the same age as myself. We got to know one another we really got along very well. She was in Ireland at the time to learn English and she happened to stay in the hostel I had booked into. She is from Brazil and…"Escaping A Life of Routine"