Think Like A Monk by Jay Shetty (In-Depth Summary)

Have a monk mindset rather than a monkey mindset. Breath is the most important thing in our life, breath changes along with emotions, once you know how to breathe (meditate), you can go deeper with yourself. Training your mind with positivity, self-control, gratitude, discipline is very crucial in making a more fulfilling life.

One Percent Rule

Every year, we set out new goals to be achieved by the end of the year, and yet most of us could not achieve them. There are two plausible reasons out of many that render our goals useless: one, we set goals that are too unreasonable to achieve; two, we set goals which are reasonableContinue reading “One Percent Rule”

The Question Is: You Want Or Not?

Life is filled with decisions upon decisions, we have to make those decisions at hand in order to proceed with our lives, not making the decision is one of the choices too. However, we often ask ourselves the wrong questions when it comes to making a decision. “Can I do it or not?” Definitely!¬† “AmContinue reading “The Question Is: You Want Or Not?”

Intention

The intention behind this post is to share how powerful intention can be used to tap into the untapped resources in ourselves. It is imperative to start and do everything with intention as it acts as a beacon of light that guides us even when there appears to be no viable routes available in frontContinue reading “Intention”

Like A Child

Inquisitiveness basked the field in the evening when the russet crimson contoured across the skies as well as the grass where two little children were frolicking in their imaginative world. They were innocent, younger than most of us, chasing each other like there were no tomorrow and worries. One of the boys pointed to theContinue reading “Like A Child”

“align me, i want to fly.”

do the right thing, at the right time, at the right place, for the right reason. – Mr. Leong Youth is never waiting, so as time. I am not any younger than I was yesterday, I am letting time slip away from time to time. Countless opportunities that laid right in front of me areContinue reading ““align me, i want to fly.””

be-lie-ve

Sprawling across the field covered in sweat as the sun dipped into the horizon, contouring the skies in a russet gold that illuminated the limelight of the dawn. I was exhausted, lethargic and wearied, wasted by the greed inside me, I thought I could do more, and my body did not reciprocate well, I wasContinue reading “be-lie-ve”

This Is How I Read.

I have read not more than a hundred books up until now, this is considered ridiculously low compared to other proficient English users. Although I read significantly lesser than average, I do appreciate the time that I spent reading, I take them very, very seriously as a time for me to learn. For months, IContinue reading “This Is How I Read.”

Two Sides Of The Same Coin

What is your motivation of waking up the next morning? Answer this and you will be able to cut down on your toxic life style and make the most out of your time.¬†This question hit me right home. I did not have an answer for that, realising that I just woke up for the sakeContinue reading “Two Sides Of The Same Coin”