Once you reach your Age of Enlightenment, you will realise that some things which you believed as truth — such as the concept of god, religion, race, marriage, nationality, news and so on — are fabrication. Also, some scientific facts are insufficient. We humans only have a little knowledge about life, but we tend to fabricate concepts to fill the void of our ignorance.
All creatures, including humans, are parts and pieces of Nature, and Nature itself is parts without a whole. Besides, what we call life, our planet, the universe or multiverse and our notion of God are not completed in themselves. In a nutshell, all we call existence, reality, and deity remains the greatest mystery.
Throughout life our personality, needs, and goals will change. Also, the people we hang out with and those we want in our life will change over time. Those changes that occur in us through the course of life are normal, as the self is not a stable entity. Life itself is not static, and change is the only integral part of life which is constant.
You will get to an age when you won’t like to argue with some certain people, answer trivial questions, or engage in small talks. But all you want to do most of the time is to engage in intellectual discussions on significant subjects. At that time, you’ve reached the age of reason and all you will mostly be seeking will be enlightenment in all its forms.
Isn’t it weird that some of the flaws we usually found in others actually exist in us? Whether in the past, present or it might appear in the future, and it might not be on the same level. That’s why it is bad to judge other people. In fact, those flaws is what make us unique, and we must be aware that human nature generally is defective; let that sink in.
There’s a powerful and amazing maxim that says, “if it is to be, it is up to me.” That’s accountability at its best. Therefore, stop blaming others for your predicaments and start taking responsibility for your life. Your destiny is in your hands and you’re superior to your circumstances. Most aspect of your life are your responsibility, stop playing blame game and take control of your life.
Everything we practice or consume in life is like adding salt to our meal. If we add appropriate quantity of salt to our meal it will taste great. But if we add excessive quantity of salt it will mess up our meal. In a nutshell, some things or activities are better consumed or practiced moderately, as too much of them can be bad for us.
Knowing your worth is the basis of your happiness and overall wellbeing. You’re indeed a significant being which is made up of a great mind, body, and soul. Due to that reason, you must embrace and respect yourself to feel valued wherever you may find yourself.
Everything around us is made up of energy – be it positive or negative. Therefore, we must be mindful when selecting the kind of energy we allow to influence us in life, as such energy will determine our life experiences.
The great predicaments that befell humankind can be traced back to unreasonable fear, greed, hatred, and ignorance. It’s high time we turn the table around, let’s incorporate reasonable courage, generosity, love, and knowledge into our daily lives to make our world a better place.