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Here, you are enough. The wisest, most loving, and well-rounded people you have ever met are likely those who have been shattered by heartbreak. Yes, life creates the best humans by breaking them first. Their destruction into pieces allows them to be fine-tuned and reconstructed into a masterpiece.
Know when enough is enough already, and respect yourself for feeling that way. Sometimes we have to say goodbye before we can say hello. Sometimes we have to let go to move forward with our lives. Give yourself the space to hear your own voice—your own soul. Too many of us listen to the noise of the world and get lost in the crowd.
Live by choice, not by chance. Work to grow, not compete. Choose to listen to yourself, not the jumbled opinions of everyone else. Just do your thing with passion, humility, and honesty. Pursue it a little bit each day, no matter what anyone else thinks.
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Why is it so important to you? Figure out where your time goes, and remove distractions. Remember, you left certain habits and situations behind for a reason: Your mind and body need to be exercised to gain strength. They need to be challenged consistently. How can you provide healthy challenges for both your mind and body on a daily basis?
What will you do today to walk the talk? Little else will matter. Everybody you meet is afraid of something, loves something, and has lost something. And be extra kind. Take time to really listen. Take time to learn something new. Take time to say thank you. What can you easily do to be a little kinder than usual today?
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And, who was the last person who was unexpectedly kind to you? People will rarely think and act exactly the way you want them to.
31 Morning Journaling Prompts that Will Change the Way You Think
Hope for the best, but expect less. Agree to disagree when necessary. And be careful not to dehumanize those you disagree with. In our self-righteousness, we can easily become the very things we dislike in others. How have your recent expectations of others gotten the best of you?
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What happened, and what have you learned? Love what you do, until you can do what you love. Love where you are, until you can be where you love. Love the people you are with, until you can be with the people you love most. This is the way we find happiness, opportunity, and peace. The older we grow, the more peaceful we become. Life humbles us gradually as we age. Every step is necessary.
We all need our own time to travel our own distance. And be thankful you made it this far. How far have you come? How much have you grown? Think about the specifics of your recent and long-term growth.
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What have you not given yourself enough credit for? What is something small and necessary about this struggle? The world is bigger than your view of the world. These morning journaling prompts mean almost nothing if they are not practiced consistently. It is the compound effect of simple, seemingly mundane actions over time that leads to life-altering, positive results. There is nothing immediately exciting about putting one foot in front of the other every day for weeks, but by doing so, many normal human beings have climbed over 29, feet to the top of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest.
There is nothing immediately exciting about forcing yourself into self-reflection first thing in the morning, but by doing so, I and hundreds of students and clients Angel and I have worked with have drastically better lives. Remember, the mind needs to be trained to gain strength. It needs to be worked consistently to grow and develop over time. Prove to yourself, in little ways every morning, that you have the power to take control of your day, and your life.
The most fundamental aggression to ourselves and others—the most fundamental harm we can do to human nature as a whole—is to remain ignorant by not making the time to pause every day and look at ourselves and others carefully, honestly and gently. What resonated with you? Is there anything else you would add? And as I read over the journaling prompts 15 really jumped out at me. I used to struggle with this to no end. In fact, I found your work about three years ago when I was stuck in a moderate bout of depression. Between mind-wrenching career challenges and tough family obligations, my tank was totally dry.
In a nutshell, I had been stretching myself too thin…I was giving all my energy to others and leaving absolutely no time to recuperate and grow. After reading your articles and emails, I signed up for your getting back to happiness course and completed the scheduled coaching with you. The little rituals we designed and implemented for overcoming my self-neglect and balancing my energy output have been a daily life-saver. Carey, your progress has been truly inspiring to witness. Thank you for the kind feedback, and great job! Keep those little rituals going.
Thanks for the email this A. And my morning routine is also one that brings peace. For me, that means a minute walk at sunrise, a cup of decaf coffee, and reading or re-reading a few pages of a book that inspires me, like your book and I just pre-ordered your new book too. The entire write-up gives a useful and practical information known to many but practiced by a few.
Angel and Marc, until I attended your Think Better Live Better conference last month I never thought about my daily rituals the way I do now—that what I do every single day either makes or breaks me. Just small, consistent actions that start my days off right. Just a few short weeks ago, I never would have said that. I just wanted everything to be easier, rather than right.
Anyway, thanks for making a difference over here. I think either one would work. Perhaps it would be helpful to ask yourself which method allows you to reflect more? Do you write better with one method or another? I used to write everything by hand. When I first learned to type, I would have to do my creative writing by hand and then type it.
But as my typing became more natural to me, I found I could creatively compose by typing without writing it by hand first. The same thing happened when I learned to use the keyboard on the computer. I had to get comfortable with it to feel like I could be creative with that tool. Now, years later, I find that I pick and choose the method that fits the mood I am in.
Some days, I just need to write it out by hand. And yet on other days, I find being able to put the words down almost as quickly as I can think of them works better for my creative juices. It is great for the first two thirds but then things get a little lengthy. But it has a great ending! This is a e-book which you dare not miss, because if you miss this one you are never going to see another. Be prepared for one last lovely beautiful and thrilling ride ahead of you, that's well worth your time and memories.
Words of the Angel Circle: And Journal of Gratitude. I don't think the same, although this is not my favorite e-book. Great, since I signed up the download goes fast, Thanks Bro.