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21 Profound Pieces Of Ancient Chinese Wisdom You’ve Never Heard

“Always look on the bright side of things. If you can’t comprehend this, polish that which has dulled until it begins to shine.”


Religious Gluttony And The Dire Importance Of Looking At Truth Beyond Dogma

With every once of my being I encourage you to keep searching.


The Secret Blessing Of Your Inconveniences

Where in your life might you have mistaken an inconvenience as a problem? Consider how blessed you are to have so many inconveniences and so few problems.


How We Identify Ourselves Maintains How We Treat Ourselves

The mind is a powerful thing and identity is bound by our mind. How we identify ourselves maintains how we treat ourselves.


8 Buddhist Facts You Don’t Know, But Should

Buddhism and science are in harmony.


Healing Is A Daily Habit Or It’s Nothing At All

I didn’t know that to heal, I would have to keep healing every single day. That healing was not really a process of fixing, but realigning with being whole.


15 Signs You’re Doing What’s Known As “Maladaptive Daydreaming”

You use vivid fantasies of alternative lives as an escape mechanism. They are often conducted while listening to music, and performing some kind of rocking motion. Common places include swings, train rides, cars, running or walking.


Personal Growth Is Cyclical, Not Linear

Like nature, we evolve in cycles. You’re not taking a step back.


Letting The Light In

I wished I could tell her a truth that doesn’t exist. I wished I could say that getting your heart broken gets easier, that as you grow-up you stop feeling insecure or afraid.


In A World That Profits From Your Attention, Making Your Most Ambitious Goal To Be At Peace Is An Act Of Rebellion

Burn your life down to the only things that matter.


Get Out Of Your Own Light: Aldous Huxley On Why Life Isn’t About Creating Yourself, But Allowing Yourself

What we become is not the product of stress and effort, but allowing. We do not create who we are, we allow who we are.


What It’s Like To Be Mentally Ill, But Not Sick Enough To Show It

When you’re not sick enough to be obviously ill, you try to plow through and keep up with everyone else, wondering why you constantly feel like you’re falling behind, not doing enough, always making mistakes, or not enjoying what everyone else seems to.


13 Things You Should Give Up If You Want To Be Successful

Give up your need to be liked. Think of yourself as a market niche. There will be a lot of people who like that niche, and there will be individuals who don’t.


Here’s Why You’re Still Struggling With Anxiety, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Libra: you’re way too hard on yourself.


What Multiple Personality Disorder Can Teach Us About The Potential Of The Human Mind

Patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder can transform their body chemistry based on which personality they currently believe they are.