Self-help life truths.

Enlightening matters.

So, the terrible sin, if we could call it a sin, is to not focus your attention on the beautiful things in life. Among the misery, suffering, and…

“God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.”  ~ French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher.

There are people out there that all they do is watch the news about the world and wallow in its misery, whether animal killing or human injustice they are always complaining and suffering about something.  But this is not really living, because true living is to allow your attention to steer to more positive and enlightening matters.

Of course there is suffering and misery in the world, that is why is the world; if there were no suffering and misery, then what would be the point of having a physical existence. What would we do without challenges…?? How could you know what happiness is without sadness…??

So, the terrible sin, if we could call it a sin, is to not focus your attention on the beautiful things in life.  Among the misery, suffering, and corruption, there is always some ray of sunshine; honor life, be conscious and look for the good things.

Once you practice this and emanate a positive view and peace out into the world, then you give your gift to the world, you beautify wherever your attention goes.

Stop asking questions in your mind and overwhelming yourself with whatever is ugly and sad in the world, be conscious of other people’s pain but do not dwell in it; if you do dwell in it, then your mind/your ego slowly will darken and you will adopt negative views which will affect you and your life.


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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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