The Cost of Familiarity

Yes, you’ve seen these people at their best and worst moments: you’ve seen them laugh and cry. You’ve seen them pull of their shirts when there’s heat. You’ve seen them confused. Maybe you’ve even seen them snore or fart!
But you should learn to ignore their weakness/humanity. Learn to respect their ingenuity, strengths, and wisdom. Learn to submit to them and get things solved.
That solution or improvement you desire in your career, relationship, spiritual growth, attitude, behavior/habit and so on may just be around you. That friend of yours whom you laugh together all the time may have the solution. Your boyfriend/girlfriend may know the way out. That lady/guy who is younger than you may know just what you need. … More The Cost of Familiarity

Questions to Ask about Your Lifestyle

Your lifestyle is merely a reflection of you. It’s a mirror-image of your attitudes and values. What your lifestyle says about you is actually what you say about yourself. You can’t expect to be seen as a disciplined person when indiscipline is your way of life. … More Questions to Ask about Your Lifestyle