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Category Archives: Motivational
Today we call ourselves developed, as if we have nothing left to learn. But in a hundred years, when people look back at our generation, will they too ask themselves: how did anyone accept that world? When we look at other … Continue reading
How Three Survivors of Suicide Spent Their Last Days On Earth – http://wp.me/p6xgta-oS Incredibly powerful stories, revealing in the way the writers take the reader into their heads and reveal their thinking. As a young person, I worked as a … Continue reading
Originally posted on The happy Quitter!:
Willow, my blogging friend from Willow’s corner, wrote a different guest posts and it hit home, I had to swallow hard,when I read about her twin sister. In her humorous, candid way she wrote a…
There’s a lot of people in this world who are ‘stressed.’ PicsArt camera app
There’s a lot of people in this world who feel ‘stressed.’ PicsArt camera app
Many of us have attended workshops titled ‘what is stress?’, ‘How to handle stress’ etc. They offer basic practical tips, but do they really address the underlying behaviours we exhibit, or why we might react in this way? With a little research, I was able to find a different ways of looking at and handling stress. Continue reading
DAY 28. – Jonathan Wunrow – Adventure Inward: A Risk-Taker’s Book of Quotes Where else does one find a quote, but in a book of quotes. Jonathan is a rock climber and mountaineer, and has been stuck in places where … Continue reading
“Food is life. And that’s the problem. When you’re alive, people can hurt you. It’s easier to crawl into a bone cage or a snowdrift of confusion. It’s easier to lock everybody out.
But it’s a lie.” Continue reading
How far would you go to prove a point? Have you climbed a mountain to convince the masses? Don’t waste your time arguing with idiots, it could cost you your life. Something to ponder about.
Charlotte Dawson’s tragic death, reminded me of a recent campaign that highlighted the issue of mental illness, primarily depression and suicide, in our community. The R U OK? Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging all people to regularly … Continue reading
It is so very easy to follow routines every day, release the brakes on the weekends, or days off, and let “life [be], what happens to you, while you’re busy making other plans”, as John Lennon famously sang. If you … Continue reading