Mistakes are part of life. We are all human, and to err is to be human. Recognizing our mistakes and not beat ourselves up is a healthy way to live. We try to learn from mistakes, but often do not. Still, not beating ourselves up is a healthy way to live. Yet becoming complacent to our mistakes is negligence. Thus, we try to find the middle ground, once again. Not beating ourselves up when we make mistakes, yet not becoming complacent when we do.
Letting go is an awesome healthy attitude. It frees us up for the important stuff, like bringing decency and integrity back into our country and world. Letting go is like a solvent that unsticks. It […]
We often hold ourself to unrealistic high standards. If we’ve done 10 things (actually hundreds or even thousands!) in a day, and feel good about the 8, what do we remember and ponder over at […]