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REFLECTIONS – 19/04/21 – 1.16

Don’t wait for tomorrow, don’t wait for next week, don’t wait for next month, don’t wait for next year. If you want to change your life, do it now. You are the captain of your destiny.

NOW

“There is never time in the future in which we will work out our salvation. The challenge is in the moment; the time is always now.” – James Baldwin

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Reflection – 15/03/21 – 1.11

So many people out there worry about how they come across to others. It often gets so bad that people develop an inferiority complex and then spend the rest of their entire life as a prisoner in their own lives. We resort to putting on acts for others – you know, the ‘fake it till you make it’ type. You need to start prioritizing yourself over others and start to live the life that you are meant to live.

AUTHENTICITY

“All you can do is be yourself, present the most organic version of yourself and allow the rest to play itself out. You are not responsible for what people do or do not understand.” – S. McNutt

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Reflections – 08/03/21 – 1.10

Some people spend so much time and energy, trying to be perfect to please others. You probably already know it, but perfection is hard to achieve. Instead, perfection is something we always work towards – it keeps us hungry and fuels our personal growth, and allows us to be our authentic self.

PERFECTION

 “You don’t have to be perfect to inspire others. Let them be inspired by your imperfections and how you deal with them.” – @Inspirewithyas

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Manifesto for a Better Tomorrow

Covid-19 and the lockdown are causing many people to re-evaluate things in their life. People have been impacted in different ways to this crisis. There’s a lot of soul – searching going on as we all try to establish what our new normal might look like. I have been doing my introspection and have come up with my tips for a brighter and more sustainable future. I’m just sharing these to help others who are currently concerned what their future outlook might be.