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.."
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."
Sometimes I’m forced to admit that I should get out of my inner world and have a look outside, just in case something had changed. But it’s so warm here… in fact my best work is always born there. Don’t you have those small tiny precious things that save you from this savage life? They are, perhaps, imperceptible but in some occasions, immense secrets you keep only for you and lock them with a smile.…"Intensity. The fuel of life."
A curious fact about our mind is that it chooses what to keep, what to forget and what to intensify, taking advantage of your weakness and desires. I can’t remember plenty of things just from some years ago, but I remember every chemical reaction I studied. It’s even funny to me. My mind is so very selective. And I really think it’s for my own good. From that point on, I wonder a lot of…"A Galaxy in your Soul. Be careful, it’s Dark over There."
My daughter is a little cute soldier. Very well behaved, I’m a bit strict. She’s the most loving creature. I do plenty of activities with her at home, crafting, experiments, riding, reading… anything you can imagine. But can you guess what is she keeping the deepest? What I do myself. What she observes. When she breaks or drops something, I always tell her not to worry, never mind, accidents happen. Some days ago, I dropped a…"Guiding your Child. Not a Superhero, Just Love."