If you were a magnet what would you attract? What would you repel? Look at yourself right now, and imagine that everything in your life is stuck on to you. Imagine every thought with its own weight, every person and place and emotion stuck on to you externally. How heavy can you possibly become? Now […]
It was beautiful to watch people uncover who they are by embracing the beauty that comes with them.
Have you ever asked yourself this question? Will the action (or inaction) I take right now describe who I have been over time, or who I want to be? We begin with the understanding that there is nothing fundamentally wrong with us. You do not NEED to change anything unless you believe it will serve […]
Movement does wonders. and allowing our brains a break from thinking is a must! Let it get busy counting repetitions and sets, or let it focus on getting that target you set for yourself. Don’t allow it to run wild on toxic habits.
Let’s all look ahead and around, over and under and really see that the pursuit is only but a treadmill run. We are strong and we are broken at the same time. We are happy and we are miserable at the same time. We can bring light but we can also suck the life out of a room. We are both the good and the bad. We cannot help it because we are human, and we are conscious of our thoughts and our desperations, we compare and we contrast our lives and the depths of pockets. We are so experienced in being ourselves whatever we might think that is, that we believe we are so different from each other. We might look different, and feel different, have unique lives and dispositions, dreams and eccentricities, but the funniest and most common trait we all share is that we cannot outgrow our humanity with all of its ugly bits and its wonderful parts.
An Escapist’s Nod to Growth Alice falls inside a room filled with doors. Some where large as though a giant made its way in and out of there frequently. And other doors were tiny, almost negligible in size, leaving Alice wondering about what possibly could fit in there that cannot simply make its way through […]
Learn your limits, understand how you prefer to be shown love and reciprocate, not only in your own methods but in the ways that others want to feel that same love.