False Thoughts

Overthinking ruins you, it makes you imagine situations which don’t exist and gives you the unnecessary stress and tension for no reason. It’s the art of creating problems that aren’t even there and comes out to be the biggest cause of all our problems. Thinking too much about your past or something that will happenContinue reading “False Thoughts”

Cultivating Kindness

I think that we all can agree that nobody loses by giving, no one has ever become poor by offering. As human beings, our minds are constantly being polluted by the selfish devil who lives inside, he asks you to become self-centred and thoughtless and care just about yourself ignoring the other people around you.Continue reading “Cultivating Kindness”

Delightfully Difficult

That’s it, delightfully difficult. Two words which are totally opposite from each other, delightful (pleasant, causing delight) and difficult (hardships, problems) but today I wanted you to invite you to take your difficulties in a delightful way. This oxymoron is all about your perception towards things that matters in how you deal with it. WhileContinue reading “Delightfully Difficult”

Busy Doing Nothing

“When are you free?”– “I have a presentation to make for office, a client meeting to attend, school homework to do or the extra credit work so I can get the grades I want.” Aren’t we just always busy with something? There is always something next to do on the list. It’s like going onContinue reading “Busy Doing Nothing”

Thief Of Joy

There are many thieves of Joy and one of them is maintaining a social media account. Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Snapchat .. all included. The life portrayed of the internet is nothing like the reality, it’s just a compilation of the best or even a little bit fake type of life. This brings serious mental healthContinue reading “Thief Of Joy”

One Thing at a Time

The corona-era has effected the productivity of the most of the people I know. Having a lot of free time might make us think that we are a joker in the circus juggling tons of balls with the utmost ease but believe me, you aren’t that joker. Have to do multiple things at the sameContinue reading “One Thing at a Time”

Feed the good wolf

In continuation to my previous post, feeding the good wolf (focusing on the positive things) is extremely important, here are a few ways you can do so: 1. Be Kind to Yourself  – Recognize your emotions, instead of hiding them. 2. Open up to a trusted friend  or family member or write down your negative thoughtsContinue reading “Feed the good wolf”

The Story of Two Wolves

An old man tells his grandson that “My son, the battle is between two wolves that live inside all of us.“ One is evil. It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego. The other is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence,Continue reading “The Story of Two Wolves”