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SELF-STUDY, why it is an essential skill for you in 2021 and beyond.

The year 2021 (MMXXI)is here finally here with us, the events of the year 2020 made the year 2021 seem far away. The pandemic disrupted life as we knew it, and at some point, during the year we didn’t know what to expect the next morning. A few facts about the year 2021, did you […]

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Quotes from the book: The seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav

“If you cannot love yourself, you cannot love others and you cannot stand to see others loved.”― Gary Zukav

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Four Life Lessons from learning to Ride a Bicycle; That I missed out

A cyclist usually bends inwards while turning around a curve to be able to avoid stumbling and falling.

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Tips on how to Overcome Fear of Being Judged by Others.

You don’t have to let the fear of being judged by others be the stumbling block in your endeavour to be the best you can be.

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2 ways to Overcome Fear of the unknown

The Science of Fear Fear is not only a normal reaction but a useful one too. Fear is an emotion that is wired into our systems for a useful purpose, that is to signal us in times of danger and prepare us physically so we could do what is necessary for our survival. The key […]

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THE ELEPHANT ROPE MINDSET

A story is told of a man who, as he was passing through a village, he noticed how elephants were being held by only a small rope tied to their front leg. It was pretty obvious that the elephants could, at any moment, break away from their bonds but for some reason, they did not. […]

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Thankful Thursday quote

“Gratitude, like faith, is a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it grows, and the more power you have to use it on your behalf. If you do not practice gratefulness, its benefaction will go unnoticed, and your capacity to draw on its gifts will be diminished. To be grateful is to find […]

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Reach out for Help.Don’t Wait For the Unknown Rescuer

I come across the tragicomedy play ; Waiting for Godot, written by Irish writer Samuel Beckett (1952), in high school, where it was a set book in the English lesson; I don’t know why it was part of the set books.  The play consists of conversations between two characters; Vladimir and Estragon, who are waiting for the […]