Trust means you refuse to give up on yourself and continue to create a path in your life that supports your well-being. You are the only one who knows what is important to you, what journey in life would best answer your needs, and what people add value to your life. Trust comes from listening to yourself and learning to trust that you know how to direct your life and make the right choices.
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When we think of clutter, we usually visualize a packed or messy physical space. Rarely do we give much thought to the emotional clutter we hold onto daily. This undefined clutter blocks us from moving forward in what we want to do. This clutter automatically says “NO” to life.
Today I want to talk about the physical clutter that surrounds us each day. All clutter is interconnected and affects all areas of our lives. To handle clutter, we need to separate one form of clutter from another. When you separate physical from the emotional, any changes you make in the physical world will influence your emotional makeup.
There are two opposing beliefs in this “peace” camp – the idealist and the realists. The realists have the most leverage in the discussion because they have proof all around how peace is not available. Look into the family dynamics, local community and the countries of the world. There you will see unsettling examples of a world lacking in peace. You can also look at the many ways individuals and communities are contributing to the health of well-being of the world.
How many reactions do you have in a day about other people’s behaviors, words or actions? How do you react if someone walks ahead of you through a door and lets the door slam into you or a family member who gossips about you? I know I spend too much time telling myself stories about what other people do. What about you? Do you spend a lot of time judging and talking about other’s behaviors?