I also feel upset about many things. But with our complaints we far away from receiving the live we really want.
"Be careful what you wish for...", did I write in my article "The Mirror", where I dealt with the question of the right desire. However, I am aware of the fact that we have to step back even further. The whole thing begins way before making a wish.
A wonderful dad, striving to give his best to show the world to his son. To help him on his way through life with straightness and confidence. Dad helps, guides, and even sits down with him when schoolwork is a struggle.
Today I am reflecting on the desires that we, unconsciously or consciously, express or think about. Inspired by the Dutch author Berend Smit and his work "My Book", I have started to observe my thoughts, and especially my wishes.
We strive to raise our children according to our own standards - and that is perfectly understandable, because that's what we have learned, that's how we have been brought up.
"Feeling weird" is an inner vision, possibly more frequent than we think, but we insist that no one will understand how we feel inside our own skin. What's more, we believe that we have to hide from others.
Does it make you happy when you learn something new? This should always be the key and, no doubt, provides the clue to learning success. We learn when we enjoy what we are doing.
Ever since I was young I've wanted to write a book about "Faustina", a feminine version of Faust, a literary character who didn't stop studying every issue he confronted, but couldn't answer the enigma of the meaning of life.
These types of thoughts often haunt us in our minds. At least in mine. - Does it sound familiar to you? It is as if we had to constantly pass an exam. And that's not even happening at the end of our stay on this earth, no, sometimes it occurs even daily.
“We are a lot”, would my therapy trainer say. He was referring to the “inner characters”. Do you know them? I’ll tell you a little more about these characters.