I want to start my post of with an excerpt of poem, that I came upon.
"In the world of fear,
Listen for the voice,
The one who hears,
Before fallen were your tears"
Quote via "the poet" @jixifox
In the world we live in today, and even in the past, who is that voice for you that shines a light on your day. When the world is uncertain, is there someone that brings you to ease? Even if it was to get through one day at a time.
I can say for me, it’s a my brother & a friend (I feel I know like forever) that I feel we can chat about anything. It’s usually a pleasant talk of openness. Of course mostly the conversations starts a bit on edge, as passengers awaiting to board a train. The conversation then starts to head into a direction and follow a route as things begin to roll on track.
Just the voice alone does it for me. It’s like a calming feeling that if I am going through something it makes me just forget about it and get back on course to be myself.
*If you need a voice to speak to you, hit me up. I am always open to talk and always been a person to help and assist other calm their fears, doubts and anxiety.*
Finding clarity in life is a quest. We all have a purpose, or a reason for being here. Our times may be short or slightly extended, so are we keeping tabs on who we are, or will we continue pretending? Self love is the key. What do you think of yourself? Does others thoughts about you matter? What is the inner you like?
I trust this post reach you well, as I too have had these questions. Mentally I had to tackle my thoughts, memory with reflections, as I aim for clarity. On a mental note, I practice self love much more this days. I treat my mind and body as special vessels that carries me through the day.
My delivery of words have change, I listen a lot more than I speak. My mood with language has adopted new highs, for with reading my books and unlock the knowledge of others, I have became a better version of me. You can do it too.
Read for 10 mins a day
Go for a walk for 15-30 mins (just get up and go)
Meditate for a few minutes per day (just a few minutes of silence will help your nerve)
Be sure to breathe (inhale and exhale)
Drink more water
A big opportunity for you to do, is find things that inspires you. Just think of things you adore, you love, that might make you smile. A simple google share can do. Or step it up a bit more, search for inspiration on instagram and pinterest.