The greatest liberation is when you realize that you don’t have to do anything anymore.
You don’t have to prove yourself, to confirm your worth, to conquer, to convince others that you are right, to be afraid of what someone will say, to care what someone will think.
Now you already know what pleases you, so do it as often as possible.
Now you already know how much you can do, so don’t push yourself beyond those limits. Because you can’t, you don’t have to, and no one will say “thank you”.
And that “thank you” should not be said to you by anyone but yourself.
When you go to bed at night, you close your eyes and thank yourself because that day you loved yourself enough and took care of yourself and respected the limits of your possibilities.
And you didn’t go to bed too tired and dissatisfied and crushed by countless obligations that you mostly imposed on yourself.
“There is obviously no more running in life.” Nicely, slowly, moderately… to last as long as possible for ourselves and others.”
How to get rid of negative thoughts?
These thoughts not only spoil the mood, but also impair concentration, motivation and a person’s sense of self-control.
In addition to being negative, these thoughts seem uncontrollable to the person because the more the person struggles with them, the more persistent they become.
By constantly evaluating yourself, other people and the circumstances in which you live, you come to a series of wrong self-condemning conclusions.
The tendency of human beings to use the power of language to create inaccurate and negative thoughts is simply innate.
It only gets stronger during childhood and growing up, stimulated by the educational influences of culture and the environment in which we live.
Negative thoughts are characterized by their occurrence, duration and persistence beyond human will.
Our life depends on that thing we call “self”. In case we want to have a different life, relieved of negativity, the first thing we have to do is to understand what kind of life we have right now.