Self-help life truths.


If you can remember this, your stresses and fears in life will become weak and surrender to your wisdom.

“Our human compassion binds us the one to the other – not in pity or patronizingly, but as human beings who have learnt how to turn our common suffering into hope for the future.”  ~ Nelson Mandela.

Life itself is truly a miracle when seen beyond anger and stress, it is comforting to understand it and live freely; and, to live freely one must embrace and adopt a way of thinking and behaving with gratitude towards it, because it is the very wisdom of our scars that which makes us who we are.  But not just the wisdom of our scars, it is whether you carry your scars with pride and self-love or not; because this very process of accepting and loving your own scars or experiences (bad and good experiences), of course, shall be the strength you need to motivate yourself into new ventures in your own life.

Battles are fought by great men and women of hearts most noble and pure, but it is the true warrior the one who never gives up, the one who craves growth through scars in battle.  Stitches would be the acceptance of those mighty scars.  Stitches would be the natural course of our healing through the power of our perceptions–therefore, if you understand the messages in your scars, the healing process will make you stronger.  When a bone, let us say the femur or upper leg bone, is broken or somehow damaged, the pain is terrible; however, as the bone heals itself, science tells us, the tissues of this same bone become stronger and more resistant to a new injury.

It is then the strength of divine acceptance, the power within us all, the one which makes us stronger and more confident to live our lives freely and not feel chained to past scars that do not heal because of our hate and negative thinking about these same scars.  If you can remember this, your stresses and fears in life will become weak and surrender to your wisdom.


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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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