In our modern society, working hard to succeed has long been considered a virtue. Little do we realise that what we are chasing isn't true success at all
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade, they say. But sometimes the lemons life throws at you are rotten. What do you do then?
Even though losing is a guarantee!
Because of its revelational nature, being mindful can be pretty unpleasant in the beginning; but the author has decided to stick with it
One of the gifts of living mindfully is that you are able to discern what has real value in life
The author points to a fresh way of looking at mistakes we commit
Recognising that you are vulnerable blesses you with wisdom that was previously inaccessible to you
Skill and knowledge have no value unless they are accompanied by unwavering composure
On a clear day, the author watches the white clouds and the birds in the sky and contemplates the profundity in Nature's simplicity
There is no such thing as "an ideal life"; there's only a quest to learn, to grow and to become a greater version of oneself, says the editor of Complete Wellbeing
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