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When we see that our plans, relationships or assets have been swept away by some crisis, we normally feel worried, overwhelmed, disappointed and even go into depression.
When we attach ourselves to things, ideals, fantasies and other people's expectations, we are bound to feel like it’s the end of the world when disaster strikes.
Whatever miserable situations have arisen due to the ongoing pandemic and the resulting hardships like disease, loneliness, loss of job, or loss of a loved one, is not a reason to give up, or to cloud your vision.
There is love, hope and self-care that is still there. If you are alive and healthy, that is a big reason to celebrate right now.
Revisiting our past for a specific bad situation can sound like something that will stir your negative emotions. Even if it does, one can see that there has been undue self-blame, and other feelings bottled up in that memory, which need to be released.
We need to think better about our past and present circumstances, and live on. Everybody has scars.
Grief, especially when it concerns losing a loved one, is a burden that is devastating, but can be an anchor for our self-healing and growth in the long run.
One can slowly get over the pain of the loved one and use constant memory as a driver towards a better life.
Life will only get better when we respond to it in a better way.
We need to respond better towards our life situations, as that is also part of our growth, learning, and the wisdom we have attained. Life is not static, and neither should be our response towards it. Our weapons are our ability to pause and witness life, and the choice we have over our response.
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Although we perceive that our creative right side of the brain is solely responsible for all of our creative ideas, it is not. Creativity requires a particular level of understanding of the knowledge at hand. Our logical side analyzes the situation, defines the problem, and hands over the data to be expressed by the creative right brain.
Being creative requires you to do things you've never done before or seek the unknown. It is a risk in itself and a lot of people are not willing to accept the risk that comes with the creative process or are just afraid.
Confidence is the key. Having confidence in yourself and your ideas will allow yourself to accept the risks, calculated or not.