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Perhaps it’s that time of the year again, or more likely I’ve just gotten more in tune with these messages but it seems that nearly every where I turn, there’s yet another message of ‘answering the call’ to your life’s purpose.
Right up until early last year, I had always only associated the term ‘block’ with writers, as in, writers block, a phrase so stigmatised that some writers are loathe to even say the words.
Why We Need To Let Go of What We Truly Want Yesterday on my Facebook page, I came across a beautiful picture and post that spoke about how we don’t ever yearn and cajole the sun to rise, we simply trust in the knowing that it will, every morning. It reminded me of how we […]
I have recently been contemplating the word Work a lot and I have been wondering whether the word work conjures the same mental images for you as it does for me? You see, when I think of the word Work, I think of effort and difficulty and…not so much pain, but certainly not ease.
Confidence (or the belief in one’s own abilities, self-belief) is often the only limiting factor between starting out on a brand new, exciting path or staying stuck in what’s painful yet familiar. It is that fine line that separates the can-dos from the wannabes and often the only major limiting factor on the road to […]
Unlike the title of the post, this post really is not about baking. Neither will it contain a recipe for a cake, far more than that, it contains a story that every person who has ever eaten, cooked or baked may relate to.
I had recently been contemplating the message of Trust and Letting things be, when i had the good fortune to visit Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris. It is a beautiful park with tree lined avenues, manicured lawns and riots of colour in its flower beds.
In our modern day society’s race to be, do and have more, we have constantly moved forward the boundaries of success. Not surprisingly, we have also falsely learnt to equate success with happiness.