Ripple Effect

“Every word we speak and every action we perform affects our future. But where do words and actions come from? They all start from our mind. And when we indulge in resentment or obsession or self-righteous thinking, we create several problems for ourselves. First we suffer the immediate pain of those thoughts and emotions, then we act in ways that cause ourselves and others harm. Finally, we reinforce a habit we’d be better without”
Pema Chondron – Welcoming the Unwelcome


How do we relate to failure?

How do we relate to our unwanted surroundings?

Feeling not ok is ok, it’s part of the process of Life, it’s part of who we are.

Embracing the frustration and acknowledging it’s not ok, is part of the emerging awareness.

And that awareness will trigger you to bring out your best self.

Victimization and self-commiseration will not serve us on the long run of our life journey.

Give yourself time to cry and feel destroyed.

It will feel like annihilation around you.

But let’s give ourselves the right to react and slowly stand up.

We can learn from it, become stronger with with, be better prepared.

So let’s not delve in it forever.

Let’s not reinforce those habits.

Let’s mind how we speak to ourselves and others knowing the impact it will have at a later stage in ripple effect.

Let’s be aware of what we can make indestructible in ourselves.

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Author: Love and Everyday Affairs

The idea behind this page is to share my opinion and experience in what seems to be a crazy world nowadays. I look at myself, my friends and acquaintances and hear so many different, yet similar stories… of our search for Love, disappointments, insights. I wanted to share them! Considering cultural differences some adjustments had to be made. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it!

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