It is easy to put our self-image at the mercy of other people. But when we rely on other people to complete us, we are at that moment giving away our personal power.
If we stay true to ourselves and the things we want in life, they will happen. Your goals define who you really are. When you know what you want, you can follow our own path.
Many people seem to forget that older people have the same thoughts and feelings as the younger people. We are another person, the same as you in an older body.
The good old days will always remain in our memories. The new ways will always become part of how we live. I believe that the key to a happy life is to keep an open mind and be willing to learn something new.
I believe we can say goodbye to the emotional heavy load that we carry and get rid of all the negative things we have in it. If they no longer have power over us, we will feel much more empowered within ourselves. Only then will we have room for new and exciting things to come into our lives.
When we speak we should speak with mindfulness, in a way to solidify peace and compassion in our characters. Words are wonderful when used in the proper way. They can encourage, edify and bring confidence to a person. The right word spoken at the right time can actually be life-changing.
We are all responsible for how we act, and how we react to events in our lives. We each choose for ourselves whether we want to remain a victim or victor in any situation. When life hands you a difficult situation, ask yourself: will you be a victim or a victor?