Ria was carrying the burden of failure in her relationship, and was suffering from insomnia.
Why was she so hard on herself, why doesn’t she let go off the past and enjoy today?
These were the suggestions…what she needed most was motivation.
One day she met a person who enlightened her path by changing her way of thinking…
Do you love your children unconditionally?
um….yes…I mean ..
If you had loved yourself unconditionally, you’d never been so tough on yourself. Why are you trying to gaze at the world from being behind the glass door; come out and feel the gentle breeze!
I have closed my heart to every feeling now; I can never dare to involve myself in that.
Life is like a river Ria, it wants us to flow with it’s twists and turns. We should never look down upon ourselves, as we are the creators of our own happiness.
One thing more, if you want to forget any bitter experience, think that your life is like your diary and you are tearing off that unwanted, untidy page from it. Relax! Re read the book; half of your burden will be gone off immediately…
For a fulfilling life she has now started loving herself unconditionally…
Pinch of Pollyannaism-
Positive thinking can transform the obstacles/barriers as protection bars.
This post is written for:
Blogging from A-Z Challenge (April 2014)
& Ultimate Blog Challenge (April 2014)
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