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Processing, digesting and dealing with what fate throws at you. The good and the bad.
Being able to resist the temptation for an immediate reward and waiting for a later reward. It’s called ‘delayed gratification’.
Living in the moment, appreciating what’s around you rather than dwelling on past experiences or worrying about future consequences that most probably will not even occur.
Finding your purpose and pursuing it with a full heart.
Giving time time. Time heals literally everything.
Collecting memories rather than likes. I just wish we can all disconnect from social media to look at life from a different perspective.
Finding relationships that nourish you instead of deplete you and investing your life in them.
Reflecting on yourself and what you need most because no one knows you better than yourself and no one will fulfill your needs more than you can.
Endlessly searching for people with whom you feel a deep connection. I call this ‘soul searching’.
Appreciating the people you have because you never know when is the last time you see them.
Cutting out things or toxic people that don’t mentally make you a better person.
Practicing and mastering the art of patience.
Helping people and always aiming to make the world a better place.
Drinking warm tea/coffee on a cold wintery day while reading a book and listening to the rain droplets hit your window