Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Figuring Things Out

I strongly believe that we were put here to figure things out about life and it's even more so when we're living with someone. 2 heads are really better than one and the lessons learned in a relationship aren't the same as the one when we're single.

We learn the most about ourselves by observing others.

Any thoughts?

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Not a Fan of "Small Talk"

Most of you know that I’m not a fan of “small talk. We were not put on this earth to repeat "Hi how are you" billions of times. We're here to figure things out, everything is a test where you can only fail if you don't learn from your mistakes.

In life, lessons are repeated until they're learned. You learn the most during set-backs.
After life slaps you through the face (such as a break-up, bankruptcy ...etc) we usually,naturally, go on a period of self-analysis. We go over everything in our minds to try to figure out what we did good, bad or could of done better.

The past should only be revisited for self-growth purposes (in a positive manner). It's not meant to bring us down only to help us move forward better.
Rocky says it best "Life is not about how hard you can hit. It's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward." Thomas Edison said "I did not fail 10 000 times. I found 10 000 ways that doesn't work."

Keep moving forward.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Hollywood Love

Hollywood does tend to "pretty up" things when it comes to love. Most of it is sunshine and rainbows to them when really it's a freaking war fought within.

Most lost what love truly means. It's not about finding the perfect person it's about learning to love an imperfect person perfectly.

Love, the feeling, is like happiness ... it comes and goes. Nobody else but yourself is responsible to find the love for your partner. Of course, your partner should do things that will help in that sense but at the end of the day it's your responsibility since it's your feeling.

Feelings are what allows us to understand each other. If you give away the responsibility of your feelings to someone else then, I think, you're missing out on the core purpose of life which is the mastery of self.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Growing Up

When looking back in my teen years, or kid years, I see a very shaky individual and a thing that I acquired over the years is a little bit of self control. It’s getting better and better the older I get.

I think it’s the result of finding out who we are. I would of found out who I was sooner if I would of been expose to more intense situation.

Fear, pain and sorrow has a tendency to reveal to us who we truly are.

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