What happens to you in life is mainly up to you, you can (if you want to) be "the manager" of your life, you can shape it, you can start (or continue) to think in a positive, creative way. You have one life, use it well, think well of yourself, you have the right to do so and it is even your duty.
A goal discovered or invented?
I was inspired to write this post by sentences from Paweł Milcarek's article "Ta dzisiejsza młodzież" (from the Polish magazine Wychowujmy, no. 6/2022, page 15). Here are a few sentences from that article: "(…) where does the goal come from?
A few thoughts on motivation.
If we are motivated to do something, we feel like it. An example of this is motivation for professional work. If, for example, a freelancer sees that his or her freedom in work and commitment results in a greater sense of purpose and more income, he or she is increasingly motivated.
True development is when…
In my opinion, true personal development is experienced by anyone who...
“A husband who loves his wife will always find time for her.” (Ks. Janusz Lekan)
"A husband who loves his wife will always find time for her. Likewise a mother who loves her children. A friend, in spite of the multiplicity of activities, will always stop by a sick friend."
What does Pawel Tkaczyk write about the company blog?
"Blog readers are still the elite. But a very influential elite. Studies show that these people are often opinion leaders. If you want your message to break through to the general consciousness, it makes sense to start by convincing blog readers specifically." P. Tkaczyk also writes that blogs are a great marketing tool, but require a lot of work and expertise."
What is really important in life?
In this post I will write what I think is important, it will be my personal reflection.
Some excerpts from my third book entitled “A cure for anxiety. How to work through anxiety and start living peacefully?”
In chapter one, I outline what anxiety, worry and fear are (among other things, I give their definitions). In chapter two, I describe the negative sides of living with anxieties and fears. In chapter three, I give reasons for getting rid of most (or all) fears. In chapter four, I introduce ideas related to fears and describe how to do practical exercises to 'work through' fears in order to deal with them effectively
A few paragraphs on anxiety (from my third book).
As a consequence of human fears, we can observe the following negative attitudes.
“Rejoice always in the Lord; once again I repeat: rejoice!” (Phil 4:4)
We are children of God, let us rejoice always and rejoice in the Lord. It is HE who created us, who called us to life, who gave us talents, who gives us daily bread.