Post: 3 wonderful ways to look at it. While contributing to someone’s tough times.

We all go through tough times in the hustle of life. But those who stood by us during tough times make them very special in our life. I remember family and friends who stood by me during hard times. They always hold a special place in my heart.

Now when my turn comes, I love and am open to contribute and assist in someone’s life when their hard times hit. It not only gives solace and satisfaction in me but also can relate my own painful experience.

3 wonderful ways to look at it…

1.Contributing doesn’t mean donating money or financial help, but extending support and giving time to the person is most important. You start thinking about what more you can do to offer your help to the person. You shift your focus to that. Your own problems and setbacks seem very small at the present moment. This gives a powerful message to your subconscious mind that you are in gratitude and have an abundance. You get to feel inner joy and solace.

2.Though the material world is ruled by surviving selfish laws, contributing to someone’s life acknowledges us with our true humanly compassionate nature. Finding time, helping, supporting with our knowledge, expertise to overcome someone’s difficult time gives us a sense of fulfilment. Simply put, there is no better feeling than this.

3.While giving your time and support to someone’s life during tough times, you automatically give your mind the signal, that you have enough. Though you may not think that way, at that moment, it surely pervades your mind and gives you a sense of gratitude and appreciate the life you have.

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Post : 5 inspirational thoughts to begin your day.

‘Each morning we are born again, what we do today, what matters the most” Buddha

As soon as you wake up in the morning, the first thoughts that come across our minds are the worries and challenges that are niggling us for some time. It happens because of our habitual thinking and default subconscious mind programme. We get carried away by the same habitual programme. We follow the day with the same habits, actions, and end up with the same worries or some more to add up. Nothing new is expected or doesn’t happen.

So how do we change? Remember, change starts in our thoughts. The biggest source of motivation is our own thoughts. So start thinking differently, start breaking your daily thinking pattern.

” Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today with a new ending”

5 thoughts to begin my day.

1.Gratitude; Waking up with gratitude and being thankful for having a life and with loved ones around. ” It is through the gratitude of present moment that spiritual dimension of life opens” Eckhart Tolle

2.Openminded: Waking up with an open mind with optimism. I am open to endless possibilities that the Universe can offer. Keeping an open mind, all struggles and challenges seem very small and can be easily worked out.
” There are no limits to what you can accomplish, except the limits you place on your thinking” Brian Tracy

3.Worthiness: Waking up with a feeling of self-worthiness is immensely self-empowering. A sense of self-worthiness can itself be self-motivating and inspirational. You don’t have to look outside.

4.Goal oriented: It is important to set some goals in the morning for the day. It gives you a much-needed clarity, to begin with.
But set higher goals in life which are beyond your reach at present. So that you can always have something to look forward and work towards it.

5.Fulfilment: Waking up in the morning with a sense of fulfilment, satisfaction so far in your life journey gives the much-valued joy and happy state of being.