Self-help life truths.

Beyond the chaos.

This is the value of this physical life, that there exists no real loss unless is because of mental choice or attachment.

“But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.” ~ 2 chronicles 15:7


Among all the chaos and misery, whether from devastating hurricanes or from whatever it is we go through, there is always a small hope.  You could call it very or extremely small, but it is always there.  This light shines brightly within us all, no matter the stress or the challenges we go through; however, we perhaps direct our attention outwards to what is challenging us, and this is the struggle we all must go through at some point in our lives.  I went through it when I lost family members years ago and I did not know what to do with my life, and maybe you already went through your own things as well, or you are right now.

But always remember who and what you truly are.

Everything is a test.
Anything can be built again.

There is wisdom in all that happens, even if our stress and sufferings will not let us see and understand.  We are beyond our stress and suffering, beyond all these mental and physical events that take place; we are eternal, thus eternal strength, eternal wisdom, eternal and beyond the nuisances of this world.

We must see beyond time and the things lost in time.  Time passes and things can be re-built, our lives can be fixed and re-directed towards a fruitful path.  This is the value of this physical life, that there exists no real loss unless is because of mental choice or attachment.

In the words of Buddha: What you think, you become. If you have faith and perseverance, thus think you can re-build, then you can.

Stop seeing the misery and the bad, by starting to see beyond that.


Everything is a test.Everything can be built.

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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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