At times, we can get complacent—lecturing on only the past pain, not sharing the present outcome—a captivating transition. The same thinking our grandparents and parents have considered towards the next generation appear to exist: “These kids today,” should not follow the new state of mind.
We must not allow the planned time, pre-existing thoughts, or outside distractions deceive us of intentional universal moments. Every moment has been designed to prepare you for what’s to come. If you don’t pay attention to your surroundings or if you hurry through significant encounters, and ignore the current situation, you can hinder yourself from developing into the person you are to become.
Summer comes around once a year, so why not take a break from the gym? Make it a point to attempt these fun outdoor exercises that will keep you in tip-top shape. So, call up a friend or get the family together, and head to the nearest park for a little cardio, weight workouts and set up your own workout station.
Loyalty is a nature that only a few people possess; and to be honest, most are only loyal because they feel obligated, and it’s necessary to do so, while in that relationship.
It wasn’t until I had a conversation with my ex-boyfriend, later after our breakup, and that’s when I understood his thought process. So, what happens if the relationship ends? Does loyalty still exist? Are you committed to staying loyal to a person you once loved—your ride or die? What if the relationship ended in unfaithfulness? Read more: 3 Actions of Loyalty
Letting Go of Expectations and Letting Peace In
Expecting others to be what we want them to be is an illusion, causing confusion. Letting go of expectations will strengthen your intuition and force you to become more aware. Another person’s actions are usually based on their emotions or mood at that moment.