Last few days were very hard.
I won’t say “because of…”
I’d rather say because I didn’t invest much on myself. Slept by 10 instead of 9:30 on a lot of days, killed some time on Instagram, and the worst of all, on the opinions of others.
Will change that a lot in 2022. Already started!
2022, here we come :))
An Uber/Ola comes to your place, and then you self-drive.
The cab waale Bhaiyas press brake without pressing the clutch or reducing the gear.
Almost every ride is a roller coaster ride.
Bro, this is how you do it:
- Press the clutch
- Simultaneously reduce the gear
- Then press the brake.
In case of an automatic car, start from step 2.
It is such a simple exercise of driving with finesse, that a lot of people happen to skip it out.
It’s easy bro, super easy!
I asked my therapist, “What if I tell myself that it is okay if someone responded in a bad manner? They might as well be suffering, right?”
Of course, it is a good thing to run a marathon.
But the best runners, train themselves before the event.
However, if you go haven’t trained yourself at all and you get up one day and go run, can you imagine what all pain will you endure?
And now imagine how long have you been running this marathon!
So the way to be actually able to run that marathon is to train our brain, to understand our emotions first, and why we feel in the pain.
Otherwise, it is only a continuous run of pain, not a marathon in reality.
Something really deep to reflect upon.
Your parents do not give you time as a kid, and want you to return that vacuum with heart full of love.
Your tears lay the foundation of your highest successess.
The most important journey you will ever take, is to be in a good mood.
2. It’s okay!
3. I am sorry.
4. I’ll go meditate now.
5. You’re doing a great job.
1. Speak your truth.
2. Ask for feedback.
3. Play Plot 4 with Mom 🙂
1. Keep your good work.
2. Check before leaving (I bought full moong dal instead of broken).
3. No one will respect you unless you respect yourself.
1. Do more than you are expected to.
2. Speak less than you are expected to.
3. Work out each time you are expected to.