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Looking back can be a beautiful learning opportunity

Looking back can be a beautiful learning opportunity

Living a life without regrets is not human. It is the nature of those who breathe, feel, and have memory, look back and realize that they have yes, something, or several small and gigantic things that they could or should not have done. nothing happens by chance, or at random, it is inaccurate to say what the results or consequences of these memories will be. I believe in a fine line that separates bitterness by repentance from the good lesson learned.

For the resentful, remembering squeezes the heart, brings melancholy and resignation, a taste for defeat. Already the repentance that comes experience is of the good. It is the springboard for the effort not to repeat or, on the contrary, to dedicate oneself to observing the right moment, then, to do what it should have done or said. In the balance between the two things there is a small talk that represents a good challenge: wisdom.

"What happened is not going back and the present is also happening every second"

I have noticed that not only do I complain about lack of time - I have understood for years how much this coin has been too expensive. I am not convinced by the theory that the planets are in slight mismatch and so on. To explain this lack of time, at last I came close to a reasonable explanation: I passed - and we pass, for to some degree we are relatively all alike - much of life not doing what it should, at the right time. Life, one day, like that, resolves to give ever shorter deadlines so that all the necessary things and lessons are accomplished and learned. At this point it seems to me that it is important to go beyond the line I mentioned earlier. That is, in order to give an account of the message of life, it is necessary to come out of resentful repentance and to go to the good lesson, keeping the memory of the feat or not made just as a fact impossible to become anything other than learning. in time it is still not possible, we can only do it in our hearts, when we return by love, longing or sadness. Other than that, traveling to the past to "fix" stories never worked. However, it is possible to begin even now to realize what was not good and to repair what is possible from now on.

What has happened does not return again and the present is also happening every second. Let's leave the days better for when? What memories do we want to have in the future? Will it be new regrets or smiles of those who relieved the heart by feeling that they won, built, learned and loved? This choice, like all others, is not one of those who live with us, the boss, the mayor or the president. That's our choice.

I've made big and small choices lately. All with their due price, value and benefit as well. If we put all the weights on the balance, the benefit must compensate for life to be worth it. And yes, it has been worth it. Therefore, it is necessary to continue, even if sometimes tired, but never give up, to one day get there.


Refresh with small changes in your routine

Refresh with small changes in your routine

How many times in our lives did we think, "What if I could start all over again?" What if I say you can? We have the opportunity to transform our lives any time we decide and in any aspect of it. See, for example, the guy everyone is talking about at the moment, Steve Jobs, cofounder of Apple, a company that specializes in reinvent technologies that have changed people's behavior.

(Well-being)

Travel re-ignites a relationship? Majority agrees that yes

Travel re-ignites a relationship? Majority agrees that yes

Companies are essential to dictate how a trip will be. Just as a boring person can ruin the destination, being with someone special can make the scenery more beautiful. A survey of Travelocity website found that the positive effect is not only for the experience but also for the relationship. Of the 1,000 people questioned, 56% agreed that traveling is important to keep the flame of a relationship burning.

(Well-being)