Posts Tagged ‘simplistic’


Mist Shrouds the strong
The sinuses strain
Preasures plunge us deeper
Hovering tenuously over a prosopis
Tall and strong in one hand
Feeble and weak on the other
Heart of oxen’s many
Eyes of a keen eagles glare
Backs stronger than any steel
Faith unwavering
Love to envelope the universe
scathed and scalded
We wander oblivious
The trueness of self drives us
Inspiring others too follow
We the individuals grow strong and true
Leaders one and all

wpid-funny-animals-making-funny-faces-016.jpgWhen things get out of control and you momentarily lose your emotional balance, there are any number of little things you can do to regain it. Here are ten tools to help get you started.

1. Wash your hands and face and brush your teeth. It cools and cleans the parts of your body that you use most frequently, which is relaxing, and gives you that “fresh start” feeling.

2. Put on clean socks and some shoes that you haven’t worn in a few days. Shoes take a day or two to release any moisture they have absorbed, and this is a very easy way to put a little pep back into your step.

3. Give yourself a good shave (face or legs). This is another instant refresher. Especially if you have sensitive skin or the weather is dry. Plus, when we know we are looking our best, we naturally feel better.

4. Look at any trophy, diploma, or certificate of achievement that you have earned. And if it isn’t framed and on the wall, frame it now. These are reminders of your accomplishments, and taking in your success is important to maintaining your self-esteem.
5. Remember your last (or greatest) success and think about it for sixty seconds. Taking in your success as often as possible will help you reach another and another. Quite simply, it reminds you that if you’ve done it before, you can do it again.

6. Know you are the person your loved ones think you are. And yes, that goes for your dog too. Knowing that you are unconditionally loved can’t help but make you feel good about yourself. It’s so easy to beat yourself up, I recommend pulling yourself up instead.

7. Wash your car, inside and out. Hey, when our wheels are shiny, we feel better. If you don’t think this applies to you, just remember how you felt the last time you got a ride in someone’s very funky car. Race you to the car wash.

8. Organise your closet and get rid of anything that no longer fits. Old clothes may come back into style, but you really don’t want them on hangers for the next twenty years. Throwing out the old makes room for the new. For some, the feeling they get from putting on a new “power suit” fills them with pride.

9. Cook a lovely meal. Even if you are by yourself, preparing a tasty dinner, setting the table, and treating yourself to a wonderful culinary experience will lift your spirits. Sharing it with someone you love and/or respect will make it even more nurturing.

10. Look around you, remember that you started with nothing, and know that everything you see, you created. We can all lose our feelings of self-worth, especially when something goes wrong in our world. The truth is that if you have done it before, you can do it again-no matter what.
None of these tasks has to be uncomfortable or take you much time. Finding ways to give yourself a little boost when you’re not feeling like you’re at the top of your game is a trick that truly happy people use on a regular basis.


Today I was asked how I bacame me, as grounded and relaxed as I seem.
   I had to think long and hard about it because its something I have done without thought (or awareness) .
  I made a decision to not do too, others as I had done to me. At an early age, to learn humility and too have strength,and to make myself the best.
I could through education,training,understanding,knowledge and experience.
   The main one though is self acceptance and awareness of self. This is one of the most important, thinking of yourself is not an easy task. As we grow up we are taught to think of others before ourselves.
   So self thought is conciously quite difficult. I am constantly being told by friends that I am tough on myself and I am better than I think .

I have never told them , that I know this and that being hard on me my way keeps that person true and real. By not allowing myself to slip from what is seen.
   Throughout life situations,challenges and difficulties are put infront of us,to navigate past and workout. How we deal with these is how others see us and what makes us who we are. Our compassion,love,heart,determination,feeling,care,attention and abilities all make up our tool kit for life.
  Ask yourself “Who am I” see if you can write down a list or a few paragraphs without a title .Then give it to a trusted and close friend and see if they can tell you who it is . If you want to before that ask them “Who do you think I am” and see what list or there few paragraphs contain and if you recognise yourself.
( Dont take anything written to heart)
This is purely  a task of interest not a concrete evaluation.

You are amazing:
You are You

Never be anything anyone wants you to be if it changes who you want to be and who you beleive ” I am”