“We hear only those questions
for which we are in
a position to find answers.”
— Friedrich Nietszche
If we don’t make time to examine our motives, it may catch up to us.
Many people are dictated by their unconscious desires instead of making conscious choices.
Ask WHO ARE YOU BECOMING?
The Past is written. The Present is the sum of your earlier choices. The Future is uncertain.
Who you decide to be should be an informed decision not a consequence of following the path of least resistance.
Ask DO I LIKE MYSELF?
“The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a hearty yes to your adventure.”
— Joseph Campbell
See the past as a series of events that shaped your life,
because every experience brings the gift of learning and growth.
If you disapprove of yourself you cannot possibly like other people
since every interaction stems from your relationship with yourself.
Ask WHAT MATTERS MOST TO YOU & WHY?
“In all my affairs it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark
on the things I have long taken for granted.”
— Bertrand Russell
This is an important question
because until you clarify what you value most, you will spend your life wandering aimlessly.
Sadly, many people may never discover what is important to them
because they are distracted by the swirl of events around them.
WHAT IS THE MOST
TO ASK YOURSELF?
It seems so simple, but what about those people whose self-esteem was damaged as children. Those people will rarely "like" themselves or feel worthy of liking themselves.ReplyDelete
We all need someone significant outside of our parents to regard us positively without uncondition, That is why is important for us to find something worthwhile to praise in each person we meet, We might unknowingly give a foundation for a bruised soul upon which to build a whole nature. :-)Delete
If we love ourselves, it's easier to love others.ReplyDelete
And sadly most people just react rather than make a decision.