In a culture that is constantly rewarding hustle, output, and “productivity,” often the hardest work is to do nothing and honor the value of our BE-ing.
It’s time to ditch the story of who you must be and what you must do to earn love. You are worthy and deserving of love just as you are.
Where does this question come from, and how can we get rid of it?
We all have those moments: worried about what people will think of you or your work, or whether they will like you. Here’s a roadmap for how to stop caring so much about what other people think.
It’s often said that one decision can change the direction of your life. Six years after making a decision to put myself first for one day, I can attest that this is true.
So much of our suffering comes from the illusion that we can control our outcomes by controlling our actions.
Can the answer to life’s complex problems really be found in self-love? Can it be that simple?