This morning I had an undeniable urge to eat sugar. Chocolate cake + cold coffee to be precise.
With only one problem: Had I baked the chocolate cake, I would have to eat it daily.
Not that eating it is a problem, rather I’d love it!
The only problem being, it is not good for the health, baby 🙂
So I made myself a chocolate shake, and sipped it with a laddoo.
Sweet for the day, and no sweets for tomorrow. Win-win!!
As on date, I’m having roughly 3-4 book ideas.
I was struggling with which one to pick. 2-3 had great potential on selling THE moment I picked them up. One, which is the closest to my heart, will sell way better than these, if I market them right.
Guess which one did I pick?
The quick sell one or the huge sell one close to the heart?
You will start feeling better.
You will feel happier.
You will find more joy with yourself.
All of this, while having no complains from the world.
Though it seems distant, hope and belief are the most powerful things in the world.
Sometimes I get happy with good things happening.
Sometimes I get upset with not-so-good things happening.
Don’t like this contingent part of mine.
Will get there soon. To be at ease.
I am, btw, at ease for most things that used to disturb me, and that’s an achievement.
You are a rockstar NG, and keep that up 🙂
Most people don’t want to support your dreams – even if on the outside they appear to.
Most people want you to work for their dreams.
Sad, but true.
Work, but work for yourself as well.
And you shall never sleep unhappily.
…make sure you do not transmit that to others.
Be there for people, but don’t micromanage.
Be hard on them for adhering to timelines, yet be easy how they achieve it.
Teach them to be better people, but be their biggest protector when anyone external points a finger at them.
The balance of love and law.
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.
Over time what made you cry, you begin to start looking forward to it.
Over time, what was difficult, you begin to find ease in it.
Over time, what you used to expect, you begin to find acceptance in lack of expectations met.
Over time, the money you used to dream of, you begin to be happy despite more of that money.
Over time, what used to make you happy, you begin to find happiness without it.
Over time, what used to make you angry, now makes you the most peaceful person.
Over time, as time changes, for good and only good, it changes us as well!