As always on a Sunday I post articles that hopefully will inspire you to move forward in your life. Grief can take hold and sometimes we just need a little push to set off in the right direction
Erin Pavlina presents Are You Walking Your Own Path? posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “I run across people who are fulfilling their parents’ expectations of them instead of doing what they really want to do with their lives. Usually when such people come to me they are feeling the tug of another path but fear telling their parents that they want to switch careers. But expectations are not obligations.”
Xquisitlife presents Who Am I? posted at The best is yet to come!, saying, “This blog discusses how to discover who you really are inside and take that passion to pursue all of your dreams in this life!”
babs mountjoy presents A life built on connection posted at Awalkabout’s Weblog, saying, “Sometimes people tend to push us to be in a relationship, but we need to learn to trust ourselves and be thoughtful before we make commitments.”
Naren Ghimire presents How to Accept Criticism with Joy, Compassion, and Openness? posted at Spiritual Pub, saying, “This article is all about accepting and understanding the true facets of criticism. Let’s not be negative right from the beginning. Let’s be realistic while we approach this topic then only we will be able to understand criticism wholly and enjoy the beauty it can bring to our lives.”
Gal Josefsberg presents Optimism posted at Questing Soul, saying, “Optimism is a new thing for me. I only discovered the optimist inside me in the last few months as my personal life was falling apart. I thought I would share some of what I’ve learned in this article as I’ve found that optimism can be an incredibly force towards healing and recovery.”
Ray Burton presents Does The Law of Attraction Actually Work? posted at Raymond L. Burton – The Happy Soul, saying, “How does this Law Of Attraction all work? Actually, does it even work? Well, yes it does. Maybe for different reasons then some people think but it all comes down to the fact that you start to become what you think about most of the time.”
Chris Edgar presents Your Fears Aren’t That Original posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “We tend to assume our anxieties about our writing are unique, and that no one else would understand if we told them what we’re afraid of. When we get a rare glimpse into others’ worries, we see that they have many of the same fears we do. In this article, I’ll share three ways we can help ourselves recognize that our fears aren’t that original, and that we’re actually more human than we may have suspected.”
Burak Bilgin presents Two Scenarios that Define our Lives posted at Distiller’s Corner, saying, “Choosing the scenario of your life consciously will enhance your satisfaction from life greatly. Here are two scenarios to start with.”
Praveen presents Tao of Simplicity: Robert Ringer’s 2 Tools for Peace of Mind posted at Tao of Simplicity.
Broderick Allen presents One Day I’ll posted at Broderick Allen – Personal Growth and Enjoying Life’s Journey.
ChristianPF presents The complacency of fools posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Fighting against my own complacency to do what I know I need to do!”
Joshua Seth presents As A Man Thinketh (Free MP3) posted at Joshua Seth Blog, saying, “What is the most profitable work you do each and every day? Regardless of your profession, I can tell you with certainty that it is thinking. Your thoughts guide your actions, shape your perceptions, and determine the course of your life.”
Kakie presents The Tale of Despereaux and a gift of healing power through our children posted at Bur Bur & Friends: Community Park.
Erin Pavlina presents Control vs. Faith: Which strategy is better? posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “There are two approaches you can take in life, the control approach or the faith approach. Neither is better than the other. Both are valid ways of getting through life. It’s best to pick one and stick with it for maximum effect. Let’s go over both strategies and see what they’re all about.”
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