How do you organize a clutter mind?
Simply remember why you got started doing what you’re doing in the first place. Going back to square one.
If you haven’t died that means it’s not over. Stop crying so much and fix the issues that are being presented to you.
You can do this.
If nothing was difficult you’d stay the same. If you were never hungry, you’d never appreciate the gift of being full and fed (both literally and figuratively).
The pain is a set up for a much stronger comeback. Don’t let the hardships drown out your effort to keep going. What you want to do is listen to the negative. Pay attention to your frustrations, what might life be trying to tell you?
Make the adjustments and don’t overthink things.
If you give up too soon you’ll never figure it out.
If you push through and look for the answers they eventually will appear.
Most people don’t want to persist when shit gets tough.
This picture explains the philosophy behind success vs failure:
Success is not always about trial and error. Yes we should fall down, get bruised up, and make mistakes.
Where we should focus more is trial and character.
Every deed, good or bad, every seed we plant, how we react to the outside world around us, practically everything we do, molds our character.
Be mindful of this idea of trial and character as you go through your day to day. Just don’t let this idea ruin your natural way of living.
Change over time occurs when you stop fearing the unknown and improve on the known.
There is beauty in silence. It is so pure and so soft. Silence can never truly be appreciated until the noise becomes so loud that your thoughts are that noise surrounding you.
Take a moment. Turn everything off. Sit in the silence. Become the silence.
It’s magical isn’t it?
The best way to embrace the present is to remember not that which we were before, but that we once were not.
You started from zero and now look at where you are.
Do you now believe in miracles?
You should if you don’t.
It took a series of very specific actions to get you here. Be thankful at all cost. Be thankful even for the bad things, for they help mold us into be human beings.