I’m sure you’ve already heard this expression “there are no problems, there are only solutions” and either it was in an inconvenient moment which got you to dislike this expression or you resonated with it right from the beginning. Recently I thought about this expression again and it’s merely another form of saying “the glass is either half full or half empty” because every situation truly changes depending on how you look at it and what your given perception of reality is.
Who am I? What am I? Why am I? Ever asked yourself these kind of existential questions? Good, me too. Why do I even put forward the question “who are you? What are you? And why are you?” Well, we live in a society which can no longer continue the way it is, and in order to make global changes which benefit humanity as a whole, it is crucial we go back to the basics and ask ourselves some questions to understand what the human being even is. Know yourself in order to decrease
The mind is like a field. Vastly grand, even endless at the first glance. Pause for a moment and imagine this: The sun is shining, the wind blowing, a few clouds hovering over the field in the sky, emphasizing the beauty of the big blue sky. You stand in front of all the endless possibilities of different seeds you can plant, in your hands. You can plant whatever you wish to plant! And so you start, you plant so many various things from crops to flowers, everything! Then you