Just Stop (For a Moment)
So often we focus so deeply on the problems that we are currently faced with. We focus so much on that problem that the world falls away and all that is left is you, the problem, and your thoughts that revolve around it.
If you are focused so deeply on that problem, you begin to forget a few important details...
We all are imperfect. However, we are perfectly imperfect. I like to think that we are little jigsaw puzzle pieces that will fit perfectly together if we can figure out how. Our connections will conclude to be a magnificent picture, something that is mind blowing.
Understand that sometimes, life circumstances are there to either learn from or shape us. Could be both, who knows? Just be open to the possibility of being wrong, and learning from the most unlikely sources.
I had one of the most stimulating conversations today that really made me think.
Have you ever had one of those? A conversation with a person that made you look into your behavior and re-evaluate your perspective?
If you have then I encourage you to continue to have those. Find someone that prompts the best in you, not the negative.
Life is short and we could all use conversations and communications that will continue to uplift you. And I’m not just talking about uplifting you in your economic or work status. No. I’m talking about uplifting your spirit too.
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Yaritza Ellison has been an nurse since 2010. She has been essential to the healing process of many and seeks to continue to do so. Her passion for mental health and self help literature has lead her to launch justyari.org, where she aspires to coach young ladies navigating through work-life balance.