Look back and reflect what made us better during 2013.
How many times will you have hide?
How many times will you have to lie?
How many times will I have to cry, cry, cry?
And now I pray in the Lord up high
For me to gain my strength and fight
And I bid those fears and tears good bye, bye, bye.
I’m actually planning this as a lyrics of a song. However, I’m having a difficulty in finishing it. I think I’ll just let it be a poem for now.
I got to be stronger from the strongest that I am now.
Hope for Love
I always dream
Of having the best things in life
But life has taught me
That not everything
Not all person
Live like in the fairytales.
I have learned to accept
That not everyone will treat you right
That not everyone can reciprocate
That not everyone can respect.
Despite of this imperfections
I have learned to love
To love my mother
To love my husband
To love my kids
To love my friends
To love everyone
To love myself.
Photo Source: Erwin Maique
“I’m a winner! I’m a winner!”
– Spongbob Squarepants
Let’s befriend stress and have good vibes. 🙂 This is very helpful.
Is stress always bad? We answer that question in this post by drawing distinctions between distress and eustress. One stress empowers us, excites us and motivates us; while the other evokes fear, worry and weakness.
Let’s dive right in!
2 Reasons to love stress? What? Huh? This guy must be crazy!
Let me explain…
Many times we lump the feelings of discomfort, anxiety, uncertainty, procrastination and nervousness as stress. Right? Also, many times we look at stress as FULLY and SOLELY negative. Which, believe it or not, couldn’t be further from the truth.
Let’s take a closer look!
Science shows us that there is actually two forms of stress. The bad kind, distress, and the good kind, eustress. Distress is what we feel when we have procrastinated, lack s
elf confidence, get yelled at by a boss or a loved on
e or go through a traumatic experience. Distress distracts…
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