I guess it's all about your perspective...your view...

Maybe this is the way you rationalize your thoughts...

You might view things as black and white and then see different shades of gray


then you might be able to see color


or

suddenly a branch from a neighbor's tree breaksand your view of the coast gets a little better!





you can see little bit of Burleigh 1o kms down the beach just through the opening of the trees..

I think we sometimes don't see the forest for the trees... our views can be blinded




Maybe we don't open our minds up to all the alternatives...

I realized very soon what I was missing out by not living here...
I felt myself getting into the rat race...
instead of really finding happiness...
Now I finally I feel like I am on my way to happiness...

but it's a roller coaster along the way!

but I have to learn how to live in the now and change my perspective on life just to open up the branches that are blocking my way...




It is a total mindset that we as a family need to get into...

the last few days have been so much better... I feel more of a purpose as a father...I have seen how I can get things done ...I see with the right nutrition, the right vitamins and herbs and the right amount of sleep my wife can be so much of a nicer , more effective and happier mother!




Angel is so pleasant and happy, especially after she eats a nice meal that I fixed for her :)



"You are unique. There is no one else like you in the entire universe. In honor of your unique self, it is good to acknowledge and embrace the special qualities that make you the person that you are. One way to do this is to not compare yourself with other people. ...

It is sometimes almost easier to look outside of ourselves and feel like we are deficient in comparison to other people rather than taking responsibility for our own progress in relation to the fulfillment of our life purpose. It actually takes more courage to be self-referential and look at ourselves to see whether we are measuring up to our standards or meeting our full potential. Each of us has very special gifts, and we are here for very specific reasons. We each have a life purpose to fulfill and with this come the lessons that we must learn and the circumstances that we must go through in order to evolve as spiritual beings. To compare our lives to other people’s lives when we have no idea of what they are here to learn or fulfill doesn’t benefit anyone – especially you. Instead, if we can accept ourselves, appreciate the special talents and qualities that we alone possess, and realize that each of us is going through certain kinds of experiences for a reason, we are less likely focus so much on what other people have or are doing. Realizing and valuing our uniqueness enables us to bring out the best in ourselves so we can get on with living rather than preoccupying ourselves with meaningless comparisons. Try to not compare yourself to others, and you will see how much you have and how special you are."

FROM THE DAILY OM"

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