Do you draw a line between you and toxic people that you meet? Do you warn them not to cross the line? What do you mean, where is the line?
It's called putting a boundary, a distance between people and situation in our lives. We think of boundaries as an imaginary line that separate us from people. When you are in crowded lift, it's normal to touch shoulders or worst close body contact with strangers. For others, they are aware of "invading my personal space." And being in a crowded close space makes these types of people uncomfortable and claustrophobic. You are invading someone else's 3 feet distance rule. #setlimits #boundaries
We always hear about authenticity on things and people but what is the real meaning of authenticity?
According to Merriam Webster, authenticity is real or genuine : not copied or false. : true and accurate: made to be or look just like an original.
Are you original? Are you the genuine version of you? #liveauthentically
Do we live our lives like we have no direction? Are you stuck on a daily routine that you're already sick and tired of? Do you work to live? Or you live to work? Am I contributing more of the noise than peace and quiet? Does my intentions are always about me or for the good of others as well?? If you can't answer these questions yet, take time to sit with this one. How do you feel? What is your initial response? #nourishyourlife #findyourself
We hear a lot of "Finding your Purpose" talks from speakers, churches and life coaches. They have different views and inputs, it depends where they're coming from. From someone who is coming from a higher place, a place of center and balance, it will be a different view versus from someone who memorizes "moral" and "ethics", excuse me I didn't mean to disrespect these people. We all have our experiences and for each one of us is a different journey on how we found our purpose, our calling, our life. #whatisthepurposeofyourlife
Advocate of authentic self. Lover of life. Passionate on understanding humans. Serving with a purpose, one day at a time.