Each of us has the opportunity to learn something every day. In fact, the only thing stopping us from learning information that will expand our minds, building our potential and developing a greater understanding of the world and ourselves, is the simple decision not to learn.
Knowledge is the great equalizer for all people and the choice to not pursue it will make you a smaller person and limit what you can do. Read more...(618 words, 11 images, estimated 2:28 mins reading time)
Life is continually teaching each of us lessons, and we merely need to pay attention to the daily events we experience, our reactions to them and even the experience of others in our lives to learn something on any given day. One of the things that I have noticed about myself and everyone I know is that we really don’t like to make mistakes. When we do, we beat ourselves up for them for days, years and in some cases for the rest of our lives. It makes you start to wonder, why we are so afraid to make mistakes? Are we born perfect knowing everything? Aren’t mistakes an inevitable part of growing and developing as a human being? If you show me someone who has never made a mistake then I will show you someone who has never tried. It makes me start to wonder why we are as a society so afraid to make mistakes. When you look at our educational system, it is designed to celebrate the achievements of a select few, while the majority of students who may be the most creative thinkers and eventually the people who would change the world are held up and discouraged by this unrealistic expectation of our society to conform. Be perfect or you are a failure. Why are we so afraid to fail? Read more...(1230 words, 10 images, estimated 4:55 mins reading time)
Why is it that any person who shows a confidence in their abilities is called arrogant? Why is it that anyone who likes who they are, can be passed off as self absorbed? It appears that as people we have developed a society that is custom made to make you feel bad about who you are no matter what. Read more...(953 words, 10 images, estimated 3:49 mins reading time)