Daily Post had really negative prompt today. let me bring it here:
“You wake up one day and realize you’re ten years older than you were the previous night. Beyond the initial shock, how does this development change your life plans?”
Not just because of the fact we missed an important part of our life, like being in a coma… But, also because it is supposed that we had it all planned out and this somehow messed that up. And the second is the more important part? No! Life is to be lived, not to be structured and planned.
We all plan, that is normal. If you don’t plan, you won’t have goals, dreams… But in the end, all we can do and it is so WONDERFUL when we do it, is to live!
I have been greatly inspired to write this because my cousin sent me this today. I DEEPLY RECOMMEND to watch it. Be skeptical, it’s ok. Be scared, we all are. Try to watch it. Maybe you understand it. Maybe you understand what is important in your life, and what not. What makes you happy and what not.
Maybe you see how important and beautiful and so ignored one thing is – to really love yourself. To accept yourself. To forgive yourself. ❤
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Such a great post!!! Looking at the word in a different way is so important because our views, in general, have been skewed by so much.
I agree! Our habits have been made by people who raised us and our environment… By the time we are teenagers then even our peers and friend influence us. Later, it is so hard to find your TRUE voice, your true inner wishes and dreams because I think we all “correct” ourselves and have strict inner conversations with ourselves. I think I will write about that inner conflict, which was terrible in my case but I got rid of it, now I just have “problem” with being to harsh on myself, like i think, most of people are. That is not necessary. 🙂
Loved this post! and many other posts on your blog. Thanks for sharing 🙂
With respect, hope, joy and love, Carmela
Thank you very much 🙂 I am happy to hear that… Make yourself at home, share, comment, I like to chat with my readers. 🙂
I love Louise Hay! Great choice Ivy! ♥
Can you believe I have never heard of her? I mean, probably did, but it slipped from my focus, and this was a bulls eye that this movie came to me now. 🙂
She has the saying that everything comes at the right time, I like that very much 🙂
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Dear Ivy Mosquito.
That I saw your post this evening is really a miracle for me. Been feeling tired and grey, and with this clip I have listened to Louise Hay and Doreen Virtue and some of my other favourite teachers reminding me what matters. I adore Louise Hay and have bought and read her books so many times. Thank you, so, so much.
I am blessed, and thank you from my heart.
Fran Macilvey 😀
This was so awesome to read 😀
The video did the same thing for me today, I have actually never heard of Louise Hay and the fact that I have realized many of the stuff she talks about on my own left me feeling that I am doing something very right. And that was so powerful for me. 🙂
There were parts of the video where I found myself nodding in approval 😀
You are so welcome, it makes me very happy to make someone’s day better, and that is the reason I share things that inspire me, in hope they will inspire other people and bring a smile to their face. 🙂
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