Thinking is like an achievement that has to be made if you want to reach a goal without luck.
If emotions are anchored in us,
we can influence this anchoring by thinking about the past.
Nothing is permanent, everything changes. This applies to ourselves as well as to the life around us. Whoever understands this can look for possibilities to draw new strength from his own reality. For example, by renewing old friendships, or by looking for new hobbies to gain new experiences. In the end, however, it is always up to you to change yourself. External influences control your life only as long as you allow it. There is nothing more important in life than discovering and learning to appreciating one’s own self, because those who can no longer count on themselves will begin to lose their own ego over time.
One cannot deceive oneself all one’s life long,
and expect life itself to be honest with one.
Who spends too much time thinking about other people loses sight of his or her self.
More often than we think, people are faced with the choice of whether they want to suffer themselves or let others suffer. One should decide for oneself from time to time, because one has often helped to create the situation.
We see what we feel and feel what we see.
In theory, no one is better than another, reality only creates an illusion that makes us believe so.
The more you believe in this illusion, the more true it appears to you.
Whoever tries to create something by force is always exposed to the danger that the goal will break in front of his eyes,
through his own behaviours, before he reaches it.
Those who think about how others perceive their own occurring can prevent causing displeasure in others. Humble behaviour is usually not a bad habit.