sda

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  1. I don't drink coffee because I notice that it negatively impact my consciousness. I don't notice any health benefits from my experience. So I would not recommend people to drink coffee/caffeine.
  2. You start by planning and make sure that you narrow all the things down to one at a time, in your plan. Then you take action on your plan and have a vision with it to motivate you. Also, make sure that you prioritize all the things in your plan.
  3. I think I can relate to this because I was also born from a very religious musilim family in the middle east and my life purpose is currently in the domain of Science. (It might change in the future. I am still finding out more about myself.) My advice to you is, only, you can decide what skills you want to build. You will have to figure out what are the necessary skills for you to develop and master in order to complete your life purpose. I would say to you to develop this list of skills for now as you figured out: As you will be exploring your life purpose, you will know which skills you would need, including all the sub-skills to conquer your life purpose. You will know which skills are important, which ones you are neglecting and which you have missed as you gain more experience in your domain of life purpose. However, if I were you, I would develop the below skills to help me in my life purpose endeavor: 1- Persuasion skills. 2- Communication skills. 3- Creativity skills. Also, you may want to check out this thread as well. It may help you: Good luck on your life purpose endeavor!
  4. Today, I had a conversation with one of my Math teacher current student in the youtube comments section. I thought I would post it here because it helps me to heal:
  5. @Jon_Bundesen Thank you for sharing this. I fell off track too. I will watch the video which you shared to help me be back on track again. Edit: I thought I would add my experience with this too. So I just wanted to add: The below video has also helped me to be back on track with self actualization path.
  6. "There are no limits to what you can accomplish, except the limits you place on your thinking." Brian Tracy
  7. From the lens of Maslow hierarchy of needs, kids ridicule other kids in order to give them a sense of security. Since, they lack a sense of security in their life so they ridicule others to get that sense of security. Once, the sense of security need is mastered on the Maslow hierarchy of needs, then children will less likely ridicule each other.
  8. Hi, Since my previous journal was deleted due to a bug on the forum. I decided to make this journal again. When I was in grade 6, my Math teacher physically and emotionally abused me which left me in a severe state of trauma and dysfunction. So now I met with my Math teacher 6 years later and we had a short dialogue in the youtube comment section. I edited and deleted some of my comments due to personal reasons. I decided to make a journal about it because it heals me and I want to remember my Math teacher words.
  9. "Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful." Albert Schweitzer
  10. Another cause of suffering is "misalignment with Truth".
  11. Same. I lost one of my journals and I also lost a couple of my posts.
  12. My methods about how you can get motivated: - Find intrinsic reasons to accomplish a task. - Vision. - Align it with the things I love. - Affirmations.
  13. "Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking." Marcus Aurelius
  14. @JosephKnecht I will try, thanks for your advice.