Every single one of us have our own struggles to deal with. We worry, we procrastinate, we don’t feel good enough, we wish we had more money.
But when you think about it, every single of these problems is self-created. They’re real, but they are only real because we’ve created them in our minds. We’ve attached ourselves to the way things should be, rather than accepting what is. The Buddha was right when he said desiring and attachment are the primary cause of unhappiness.
It’s all in our heads, but it doesn’t have to be this way. The key is to see life as it is, without all the ideals and fantasies you’ve created in your mind. Let go of all those stressful distractions and just accept and experience the moment.
Considering this, now would be an opportune time to remind of yourself of some hard truths about life that will benefit you in the long run.
Here are 20 truths that you have to embrace!
Source: 20 Inconvenient Truths About Life No One Wants to Admit – Hack Spirit
The nature of consciousness seems to be unique among scientific puzzles. Not only do neuroscientists have no fundamental explanation for how it arises from physical states of the brain, we are not even sure whether we ever will. Astronomers wonder what dark matter is, geologists seek the origins of life, and biologists try to understand cancer—all difficult problems, of course, yet at least we have some idea of how to go about investigating them and rough conceptions of what their solutions could look like. Our first-person experience, on the other hand, lies beyond the traditional methods of science. Following the philosopher David Chalmers, we call it the hard problem of consciousness.
But perhaps consciousness is not uniquely troublesome. Going back to Gottfried Leibniz and Immanuel Kant, philosophers of science have struggled with a lesser known, but equally hard, problem of matter. What is physical matter in and of itself, behind the mathematical structure described by physics? This problem, too, seems to lie beyond the traditional methods of science, because all we can observe is what matter does, not what it is in itself—the “software” of the universe but not its ultimate “hardware.” On the surface, these problems seem entirely separate. But a closer look reveals that they might be deeply connected.
Source: Is the Hard Problem of Consciousness Connected to the Hard Problem in Physics?
Some amazing thoughts that will help jump-start 2017!
More than intelligence or wealth, what separates the truly successful individuals from the rest is the fact that they never give up. They never give up no matter how they started or how many times they
Source: 7 Tips to Master the Art of Never Giving Up
So often we focus on what we dislike when we look in the mirror, but we are so much more than our “flaws.” Show up, shine your light, let yourself be seen.
Source: Stop Focusing on Your “Flaws” and Let Your Light Shine Bright
I have a question for you.Why are you doing what you are doing?Right now, at this moment, if you have a job, or are an entrepreneur – running your own business, why do you have that job? Why are you running that business? Have you thought about that recently? Now may be a good time to do just that.
Source: Why Are You Doing What You’re Doing? | Brett Blair
Change is the essence of life. Be willing to surrender what you are for what you could become. ~ Rumi
via change… — Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean