Tag: Gratitude

Materialism and Spirituality – Can They Co-Exist?

For a very long period of time, I was convinced that materialism and spirituality cannot co-exist. In fact, I thought that materialism is the direct opposite of spirituality, and that all materialists are inherently “shallow people”. With age, though, came new experiences and a new realization that the world is not as black and white as it may first appear to a teenager with a maximalist view of the world.

As a person that is very passionate about self-actualization, I believe that the topic of materialism and spirituality cannot be put aside. Self-actualization is all about becoming better and finding harmony, a balance in life between everything that it offers. Therefore, both, materialism and spirituality, should be handled with equal importance.

The aim of this post is to help those that might be having the same inner struggle that I once had. A struggle regarding the question of can materialism and spirituality co-exist in one person or can they not?

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What Is the Law of Attraction and How to Use It to Achieve Anything You Desire

The topic of this post is going to be the “Law of Attraction”. Some of you may immediately then ask, what is it? Worry not, I will explain what it is and how you can use it to change your life. But before I get into that, I want to mention that the Law of Attraction is something that has played a very significant role in my life. I also strongly believe that absolutely anyone trying to make their life better must know of the concept and take advantage of it.

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10 Quotes About Why You Should Never Chase Happiness

We all have moments in life when things do not go as planned. It can be a broken relationship, loss of our job or the discovery of a new disease in our body. These things often come suddenly and catch us off guard. We simply cannot anticipate them.

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Learn to Give and Get Constructive Criticism the Right Way

Life without criticism is not life, especially when you are trying to develop and improve yourself. In fact, criticism is one of the biggest factors pushing us to change. The only problem with it is that often we are attacked with criticism when we do not need it. At other times, criticism is nothing more than a “diss” aimed to hurt us. This is called destructive criticism. As a result, we want to defend ourselves whenever we are criticized, even when real constructive criticism is offered.

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6 Reasons Why We Should Be Thinking About Death…

Before you go on reading this text, I want to make it clear that I in no way have the intention of making you feel sad, dark, or even frightened. On the contrary, the purpose of this is to make you feel motivated. I want to point out to you that by thinking about death, at least every now and then, you allow your mind to wonder and feel things that you normally wouldn’t. Because death is such a powerful and an intrinsic to our nature concept, thinking about it has an infinite potential.

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