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Broken Is Beautiful

In our society we have a tendency to assume that when something is broken it has reached an end. A death of sorts. We habitually throw away instead of repairing. Our society has become ultra adept at discarding broken objects in favour of sourcing new ones. We are taught that if something is broken it has no value. The same is true of ourselves. When we experience the sense of ‘being broken’ we see those parts of ourselves as not good enough, not worthy of love. We try to push our pain down, discard it and abandon it. We become so distracted by trying to hide our brokenness that we become blinded to our beauty.
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Everyone Is Fighting A Battle

“Do not let the behaviour of others destroy your inner peace” advises Dalai Lama XIV. In the perfect world this would be a given but in our hectic, stressful and time pressured lives, how easy is it to do? We are social beings, we spend most of our days in the company of others. We work, eat, socialise and sleep with significant others. Our days are filled with interactions and impromptu meetings. This of course is lovely when we are surrounded by like minded, open and compassionate individuals, but chances are that at some point during the day we will meet with a situation that does not go as planned. Can we really remain calm in this kind of environment?
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Finding Your Passion

In the words of the great twenty-first century philosopher Jon Bon Jovi, “Nothing is as important as passion, no matter what you want to do with your life, be passionate”. Sure, we all need a bit of passion but it does bring to mind the question of why does our society lean so heavily towards the idea that each of us has one true passion and/or one true love? If only you could find your one true passion/love you would be successful / richer / thinner / happier (delete as appropriate). But is this really the case?

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Accept Yourself

The Dalai Lama is quoted from the Art of Happiness as saying “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive”. True words, and they also apply to ourselves. Loving and accepting ourselves is one of the most difficult challenges that we face. Often we treat others with compassion, we demonstrate patience and we help our friends when they are in need. Why is it then, that to ourselves, we often get angry with our actions, self-criticise and indulge in what we know are self destructive behaviours?
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