Posts Tagged ‘Acceptance’

Life’s Purpose

16-December-2017

Over at curiosity.com there’s an article from Joanie Faletto you can find your life’s purpose using Ikigai, a Japanese concept which you ask yourself 4 questions.

  1. What do you love?
  2. What are you good at?
  3. What does the world need from you?
  4. What can you get paid for?

If you can find your one thing that answers all 4, you’ve got it made.
Good luck.

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Quote

4-December-2017

“I can shape this day the way I want” – Ben Assado on Where the Wild Men Are.

Letting Go

27-November-2017

An interesting read, regarding the Power of Letting Go. Not so sure about the 14 pages of selecting “next” but then, It is what it is. Nice article, though.

Tree

24-November-2017

It must be great being a tree. Not knowing, just being.

Just BE

24-October-2017

Came to a realisation today whilst walking around outside, looking at some trees thinking they will more than likely be there after I die and that is OK. Everything will be fine. it will just BE.

Acceptance

4-November-2016

As a tribe of one, I move quietly, peacefully, to extinction.

Taoism. Is it me?

16-August-2016

I like this article on Taoism. Perhaps because it almost fits the way I think and therefore I can comparmentalise myself.
I especially like the summary. It clearly defines some nice guidelines:

  • Taoism is acceptance of your life.
  • Taoism is following your breath to find peace.
  • Taoism is opening up a smile to enable possibility.

If you embrace these three ideas, everything else follows in Taoism. Some people do start here. Others take a longer more colorful path. That’s fine also, since you get to experience more color in your life. No wrong path exists at the end, since it’s about experiencing life.

Perhaps I shall read up on some more. Pick out the bits I like and add them to my belief structure, if not there already.

Peace

29-April-2016

Peace is at the top of my list now.

Picture Nothing

27-April-2016

An interesting video. Watching this showed me the closest I’ve come to picturing “nothing”.

Alone

26-April-2016

I think it’s best that I remain alone.