We humans tend to forget our own problems just to distract ourselves accordingly. Unfortunately, we tend to forget that our own problems have memories attached to them, which can also be brought up by matters that are apparently not related to the repressed ones. The tragedy is that as long as we don’t try to face up to our issues, new connections are constantly being created subconsciously, because we may have already understood for ourselves that we still have to deal with something in the future. For those who are unable to muster enough willpower to grow out of themselves, it would not hurt to try to come closer to their own worries from time to time instead of continuing to suppress them.
One of the worst qualities a person can lose in the course of a lifetime is respect for life itself. A huge number of actions and interactions that a person performs are motivated and guided by respect. Respect is learned through appreciation, which can be experienced through various situations. Should one find oneself in a situation of developing an indifference towards life and one’s own environment, one should consider whether it would not be advantageous to find out the relevant reasons in order to be able to act against the situation. No one can expect to be richly endowed by life without respecting life itself.
Luck is not only a moment, but consists out of a period of time which begins with the realization of a happy moment. People who are aware of this are able to realize that happiness can be literally sought. Often contentment and happiness can be found by changing the path of one’s life towards the realization of one’s own ideas. Because one thing should be clear, who aligns his life constantly after others and forgets the own wishes should not forget that thereby the chance is reduced to form the own life according to the own expectations.
Perfection is something that is unfortunately almost unattainable. Everything is constantly changing, not only us as people, but also the life around us. Every person has a multitude of thoughts throughout the day, but it is almost impossible to constantly direct and sort them along the best possible path. Those who constantly chase their goals without thinking about their own limits will eventually find that they have to think about whether some things in life could have been different.
If you overdo it with your own enthusiasm for something, you should think twice before you let yourself be carried away by external circumstances and don’t really think much of the matter yourself. If you allow yourself to be impressed and persuaded about something that you are not sure you like, you may find that you have wasted your time and are falling behind rather than moving forward as planned. Unfortunately, in such situations we usually do not blame ourselves but others who did not accept our own opinion because we were not able to present it convincingly. In the end, by ignoring one’s own circumstances, it is possible not only to lose one’s own enthusiasm and motivation, but also to lose people who are important to one, through a subsequent lack of understanding towards the cause.
Harmony and cohesion are a strange thing, both interact and yet one springs from the other. The positive cohesion of a group often forms a harmonic effect, whereby a goal can usually be achieved faster and more effectively. Harmony is probably similar to blind understanding, which can make it more difficult for a stranger to communicate with a group of people that is surrounded by something like harmony. This can create an impression of rejection, which ultimately can only be understood through self-protection of the persons concerned. We humans usually defend what has a positive effect for us without thinking about the fact that the circumstances were often not different for us in the past. The price of “being better” is often underpinned by one’s own life path, but it should be clear that one distorts oneself if what is said does not match what one has experienced.
Those who concentrate too much on themselves in their lives may forget, through the continuous development of their own self-reflection, to perceive the differences that life has to offer in the most complex forms. Life consists of so many characteristics and qualities which one is only able to recognise as soon as one tries to put aside one’s own ideas about certain things in order to be able to perceive what others recognise in them. This would make it possible to better understand changes in their origins and effects instead of only understanding them superficially.
Why do we humans care so much about external things and so often forget about ourselves? Instead of realising that it is necessary to take care of ourselves, we are too often consumed by the worries of others for whom we feel responsible or in charge, even though we usually are not. Instead of making personal progress, we carry around the baggage of others and end up wondering why we ourselves are not progressing forward as planned.
Isn’t it strange how little we humans know about time itself, even in today’s age, and that we understand even less about it, although time itself is a very interesting subject? Time weaves the past, the present and the future, at least what we know of it, into a construct which we can perceive as life, and on which we can exert a corresponding influence. Through memories from the past, we can draw conclusions about the future in order to adjust or align our present accordingly. Or it is possible for us to better understand the past through newly received experiences, which can make living in the present more bearable under the right circumstances, or not. In order to be able to deal with time, it is important to understand oneself and the possibilities that life can offer. Life consists of many colours, and it is only possible to shape them according to one’s own will if one tries to recognise those.
Serenity is something that may seem rare, but nevertheless can be encountered more often than one might think. The peculiar thing about serenity is that it is only possible to find it in life when you are ready to build it up within yourself. It is an impossibility for a person who is shaped by a hectic and stressful environment to find something like calm. One suppresses it oneself, so to speak, in order not to get out of one’s own way. In such a situation, it can become more and more difficult to deviate from one’s own ideas as time goes on, because personal changes usually bring about a kind of inner restlessness, which also makes it impossible to find inner peace.