”UNDERSTANDING LETTING GO AND GOING WITH THE FLOW”

What has to happen inside a person before he can let go of attachments that are harming him? The attachment can be physical, such as a house or keepsake; it can be emotional, such as resentment about an incident or fear of an unwanted outcome. Attachments can be needs—the need to understand everything completely, or the need to force things into an order he can manage. Attachments can be relationships or jobs, or even dreams.

By the time we’ve reached midlife, most of us have had to grapple with an attachment that needed detaching. We will go through this many times before we’re done with our journeys. It might help us to reflect on what the process of detachment is for us because each of us has a process that is unique to our personality, history, and situation.

”When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. When I let go of what I have, I receive what I need”.

While sitting in a Tibetan temple sanctuary, after days of silence in a meditation retreat, I suddenly felt a strong flow of energy and awareness falling deep into the cave of the heart, that spaciousness to the right of the center of the chest that the great Indian sage ”Guru Rama” described as a connecting point with pure consciousness. Although I had been a meditator and a student of spiritual traditions for many years, there was still a twinge of fear, as the sensation was one of losing myself, my mind, my history — losing everything I knew if I allowed myself to fall.

Among the fearful impulses, there was a single thought that arose to support me: “I don’t care if I lose it all — I’ve wanted freedom all my life”. At this, consciousness began falling, falling through my body and into another space, one that had the sensation of ever-expanding light ether, the kinesthetic feeling of love, and the quality of no-boundary, no limitation and no me. Awareness was above a vast sea that I now feel represented human thinking and confusion, where arms were outreached to be pulled out. I had fallen out of my mind! The heart was so expanded with radiant love it felt as if it had burst.

I’ve no idea how long this vision lasted, or when awareness of separation returned along with my body. I had no interpretation at the moment, only the sensation of ecstasy. Later that night I was wired with energy and consumed by joy, so I sat in my car in order not to disturb all the people at the retreat who were sleeping, and I shouted my thanks to all the people and moments in my life that had led up to this experience. I felt completely graced and completely connected to every part of the universe.

This was the most profound letting go of my life.

Since that day I have found many other moments in which letting go was the only way to freedom. Every day there is an opportunity to hold on to a belief, a position, a painful memory or resentment, irritation, or having my own way. In spiritual circles, the focus is often surrendered, and students struggle to “surrender” themselves in hopes of discovering more of who they are. But this letting go is much more clear. It is simply not allowing a thought to control the moment, but instead to step aside and consider “Perhaps this does not matter.” To what degree is the belief, position, emotion or memory really supporting the Truth you are seeking, the spiritual depth you desire, the quality of life or relationship you have committed to? Aren’t most of the things to which you hold the only habit? Aren’t they just the patterns of an identity that defines you as separate?

We, humans, get caught in our conditioned systems, like computers that keep spinning at those moments we are seeking new information. As long as they spin we cannot see what we need. Our recycling thoughts hold us back from the grace of the moment, by generating fear, doubt, stubbornness, resistance, depression, anger — we each have our own unique patterns. The concept of surrender makes us feel we will completely let go of ourselves forever. The thought itself tends to cause resistance as all the other parts of us that want the expression to stand up to be counted. But letting go can happen at any moment, and needs to happen moment-by-moment when we are faced with the parts of our personal identity that are blocking our ability to be free. It is not a forever releasing, at least not at first. We can grow into it. It is in the small moments of taking a position we can learn to let go.

There are many opportunities to practice letting go. We can let go when there is a flush of anger when we are cut off by a car, or by someone in line. We can let go of resentment when someone gets a promotion we missed. We can let go of thinking about the time we said the wrong thing in an embarrassing moment. We can let go of believing we are not good enough to awaken or experience the truth of who we are. We can let go of beliefs about ourselves, about others, even about our spiritual traditions.

These kinds of letting go opportunities do not trigger a permanent shift at first, but are a practice. Some letting goes just happens, like a wave of energy that passes through and drifts into the ethers. At others we must sit with the energy of our feelings, allowing awareness to fully fall into and penetrate what is beneath, get at the deeper feeling or memory, and meet it with love and acceptance. Very often the hurt of the moment is simply a recycling of an event in the past that has not been released energetically. Meeting it with compassion opens our capacity to let it go and to be free to meet whatever will arise next with more openness and dispassion.

Letting go of an issue or position or feeling does not mean one does not respond. It allows the response to come from a deeper place with more clarity and less emotion, to see possibilities that did not exist before. I had a friend tell me once that her grandfather, an American, had taught her to always look for 3 explanations for whatever arises. I’ve found this an intriguing way to explore those things I might disagree about or fail to understand. It promotes openness, creativity and the willingness to let go of a locked-in point of view. It encourages looking from the heart and not just the head, which is primarily governed by those recycling thoughts of our history and conditioning.

”Holding on is believing that there’s a past; letting go is knowing that there’s a future”.

Letting go of the little things allows a quality of peace and appreciation to grow within because it opens up much space inside of us where we have been holding on to old out-dated experiences — much like a closet needs to be emptied out from time to time. Awakening to our true nature requires an empty closet, a quiet and open space inside, a fearless meeting of nothing. We can be filled with grace when we are willing to let go of what we think and feel even momentarily, and just be completely open to this very moment. Letting go of the little things is a way to prepare for the beauty of realizing what really matters to you if you are seeking spiritual liberation.

”The truth is unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.”

Pain will leave you when you let go”

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''UNDERSTANDING LETTING GO AND GOING WITH THE FLOW''

What has to happen inside a person before he can let go of attachments that are harming him? The attachment can be physical, such as a house or keepsake; it can be emotional, such as resentment about an incident or fear of an unwanted outcome. Attachments can be needs—the need to understand everything completely, or the need to force things into an order he can manage. Attachments can be relationships or jobs, or even dreams.

By the time we’ve reached midlife, most of us have had to grapple with an attachment that needed detaching. We will go through this many times before we’re done with our journeys. It might help us to reflect on what the process of detachment is for us because each of us has a process that is unique to our personality, history, and situation.

”When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. When I let go of what I have, I receive what I need”.

While sitting in a Tibetan temple sanctuary, after days of silence in a meditation retreat, I suddenly felt a strong flow of energy and awareness falling deep into the cave of the heart, that spaciousness to the right of the center of the chest that the great Indian sage ”Guru Rama” described as a connecting point with pure consciousness. Although I had been a meditator and a student of spiritual traditions for many years, there was still a twinge of fear, as the sensation was one of losing myself, my mind, my history — losing everything I knew if I allowed myself to fall.

Among the fearful impulses, there was a single thought that arose to support me: “I don’t care if I lose it all — I’ve wanted freedom all my life”. At this, consciousness began falling, falling through my body and into another space, one that had the sensation of ever-expanding light ether, the kinesthetic feeling of love, and the quality of no-boundary, no limitation and no me. Awareness was above a vast sea that I now feel represented human thinking and confusion, where arms were outreached to be pulled out. I had fallen out of my mind! The heart was so expanded with radiant love it felt as if it had burst.

I’ve no idea how long this vision lasted, or when awareness of separation returned along with my body. I had no interpretation at the moment, only the sensation of ecstasy. Later that night I was wired with energy and consumed by joy, so I sat in my car in order not to disturb all the people at the retreat who were sleeping, and I shouted my thanks to all the people and moments in my life that had led up to this experience. I felt completely graced and completely connected to every part of the universe.

This was the most profound letting go of my life.

Since that day I have found many other moments in which letting go was the only way to freedom. Every day there is an opportunity to hold on to a belief, a position, a painful memory or resentment, irritation, or having my own way. In spiritual circles, the focus is often surrendered, and students struggle to “surrender” themselves in hopes of discovering more of who they are. But this letting go is much more clear. It is simply not allowing a thought to control the moment, but instead to step aside and consider “Perhaps this does not matter.” To what degree is the belief, position, emotion or memory really supporting the Truth you are seeking, the spiritual depth you desire, the quality of life or relationship you have committed to? Aren’t most of the things to which you hold the only habit? Aren’t they just the patterns of an identity that defines you as separate?

We, humans, get caught in our conditioned systems, like computers that keep spinning at those moments we are seeking new information. As long as they spin we cannot see what we need. Our recycling thoughts hold us back from the grace of the moment, by generating fear, doubt, stubbornness, resistance, depression, anger — we each have our own unique patterns. The concept of surrender makes us feel we will completely let go of ourselves forever. The thought itself tends to cause resistance as all the other parts of us that want the expression to stand up to be counted. But letting go can happen at any moment, and needs to happen moment-by-moment when we are faced with the parts of our personal identity that are blocking our ability to be free. It is not a forever releasing, at least not at first. We can grow into it. It is in the small moments of taking a position we can learn to let go.

There are many opportunities to practice letting go. We can let go when there is a flush of anger when we are cut off by a car, or by someone in line. We can let go of resentment when someone gets a promotion we missed. We can let go of thinking about the time we said the wrong thing in an embarrassing moment. We can let go of believing we are not good enough to awaken or experience the truth of who we are. We can let go of beliefs about ourselves, about others, even about our spiritual traditions.

These kinds of letting go opportunities do not trigger a permanent shift at first, but are a practice. Some letting goes just happens, like a wave of energy that passes through and drifts into the ethers. At others we must sit with the energy of our feelings, allowing awareness to fully fall into and penetrate what is beneath, get at the deeper feeling or memory, and meet it with love and acceptance. Very often the hurt of the moment is simply a recycling of an event in the past that has not been released energetically. Meeting it with compassion opens our capacity to let it go and to be free to meet whatever will arise next with more openness and dispassion.

Letting go of an issue or position or feeling does not mean one does not respond. It allows the response to come from a deeper place with more clarity and less emotion, to see possibilities that did not exist before. I had a friend tell me once that her grandfather, an American, had taught her to always look for 3 explanations for whatever arises. I’ve found this an intriguing way to explore those things I might disagree about or fail to understand. It promotes openness, creativity and the willingness to let go of a locked-in point of view. It encourages looking from the heart and not just the head, which is primarily governed by those recycling thoughts of our history and conditioning.

”Holding on is believing that there’s a past; letting go is knowing that there’s a future”.

Letting go of the little things allows a quality of peace and appreciation to grow within because it opens up much space inside of us where we have been holding on to old out-dated experiences — much like a closet needs to be emptied out from time to time. Awakening to our true nature requires an empty closet, a quiet and open space inside, a fearless meeting of nothing. We can be filled with grace when we are willing to let go of what we think and feel even momentarily, and just be completely open to this very moment. Letting go of the little things is a way to prepare for the beauty of realizing what really matters to you if you are seeking spiritual liberation.

”The truth is unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.”

Pain will leave you when you let go”

”Live Your Life To The Fullest”

The desire for fulfilment is universal. From the moment we born we recognize within ourselves an insatiable hunger for more of life. We try to grasp onto every experience, enjoy every relationship, and maximize every opportunity. Yet even as we strive to fill our lives to the brim with adventures, we are never fully satisfied. You don’t have to look far before you run into a topic of living life to the fullest. Living a full and satisfying life is at the top of our inborn priorities, and yet it seems to be a goal that is impossible to reach completion

”Insatiable Design”

It is not a matter of chance that humans not only seek to survive but actually thrive. This desire to live rather than simply exist is what separates us from animals, and it is one of the many ways in which God made human being unique. We were created with the ability to feel emotions, and the hunger to grow and learn because we were created by God in his own image. God is the creator, source and definition of life and it is these characteristics of him that cause us to be creative and drive us to live enjoy and treasure life.

Recieve God’s powerful love-

God’s love is the essence of who God is, and his love is far more powerful than your circumstances or feelings. You can count on God loving you completely and unconditionally at all times and in all situations. God’s love is a free gift to you, so you don’t need to try to earn it. There is absolutely nothing that can separate you from God’s love, so you can’t ever lose it. Choose to base your hope on God’s love rather than on anything less than that. Open your soul to fully receive God’s love for you every day.

”Trust On God’s Goodness”-

God’s goodness is part of his character, so you can rely on his goodness in any situation. Incorporate regular giving time to god into your daily life, Can help to stay closely connected to God and keep his goodness at the forefront of your mind. When you encounter challenges, that brings your problems to God expecting that God will intervene to help you solve them, at the right times and in the right ways. Keeping in mind that God is always at work in your life, so something good can be happening in you at the same time even when trouble will be slapping you hard in life. Invite God to accomplish good purposes in your life; He will use even the worst circumstances in your life to bring about good when you trust him to do so.

”Tap Into the Holy Spirit’s power”-

Either You are Buddhist, Or Christian Doesn’t matter, ”God has given you the incredible gift of his spirit within your soul. Turn your attention to the Holy Spirit’s presence within you by regularly clearing your mind of what distracts you from God and seeking to enjoy God’s presence with you in the routine rhythms of life. As you seek to walk in step with the Holy Spirit, You’ll learn to recognize his voice speaking to you. As you listen to the spirit speak to you and yield your will to his, He will empower you to live a life that reflects what’s best for you.

”Change Your Mind By Changing Your Life”

Renew your mind daily by spending time reading, studying, meditating on, and applying God’s word. The more you read the more you get to know the God, the more it will impact your attitudes, which will help you make wise decisions that will lead you to an abundant life. Before you read any spiritual book, start by praying that God will help you be and do what he wants, as he calls you through his word. Expect God to change you from the inside as out when you interact with him through the spiritual book you’re reading or meditating.

”Choose faith instead of Fear”

Its natural to feel fear, but whenever you’re afraid, you can choose to respond with faith rather than focusing on the fear you feel. Every time you catch yourself feeling afraid of something, you pray about it, asking God to intervene in the situation and it gives you peace about it. Control your thoughts by shifting your focus away from what makes you feel afraid and towards the God truths that remind you of God’s promises.

”Never Give Up On God”

Keep renewing your faith in God as you move forward, especially when your faith is tested. Refuse to quit trusting in God, no matter what circumstances may come into your life. Remind yourself of who God is and experience his love for you in fresh ways every day by spending time with him meditating or reading spiritual books. Pass God’s love along to other people by serving them as he leads you, expecting him to bless both them and you in the process. Keep taking risks that you sense God calling you to take, believing that this will lead you deeper into the abundant life that God has planned for you. The more you remain focused on God, the more you’ll thrive in life.

Does this mean I’ll always be happy?

Happiness is one of the many emotions that we have been given by God and we can accept it as one of his good gifts. However, like any others emotion, it is dependent on circumstances and can quickly vanish. It fades when your child becomes sick, when the career of your dreams turns out to be the world’s worst job and when you age at an ever-increasing speed. God may not guarantee us constant happiness when we begin a relationship with him, but he does promise to be an ever-flowing source of joy. Joy knows and reminds us that our security is in our restored relationships with God and the eternal life he has promised us. It comes with knowing God and based on his faithfulness.

''Live Your Life To The Fullest''

The desire for fulfilment is universal. From the moment we born we recognize within ourselves an insatiable hunger for more of life. We try to grasp onto every experience, enjoy every relationship, and maximize every opportunity. Yet even as we strive to fill our lives to the brim with adventures, we are never fully satisfied. You don’t have to look far before you run into a topic of living life to the fullest. Living a full and satisfying life is at the top of our inborn priorities, and yet it seems to be a goal that is impossible to reach completion

”Insatiable Design”

It is not a matter of chance that humans not only seek to survive but actually thrive. This desire to live rather than simply exist is what separates us from animals, and it is one of the many ways in which God made human being unique. We were created with the ability to feel emotions, and the hunger to grow and learn because we were created by God in his own image. God is the creator, source and definition of life and it is these characteristics of him that cause us to be creative and drive us to live enjoy and treasure life.

Recieve God’s powerful love-

God’s love is the essence of who God is, and his love is far more powerful than your circumstances or feelings. You can count on God loving you completely and unconditionally at all times and in all situations. God’s love is a free gift to you, so you don’t need to try to earn it. There is absolutely nothing that can separate you from God’s love, so you can’t ever lose it. Choose to base your hope on God’s love rather than on anything less than that. Open your soul to fully receive God’s love for you every day.

”Trust On God’s Goodness”-

God’s goodness is part of his character, so you can rely on his goodness in any situation. Incorporate regular giving time to god into your daily life, Can help to stay closely connected to God and keep his goodness at the forefront of your mind. When you encounter challenges, that brings your problems to God expecting that God will intervene to help you solve them, at the right times and in the right ways. Keeping in mind that God is always at work in your life, so something good can be happening in you at the same time even when trouble will be slapping you hard in life. Invite God to accomplish good purposes in your life; He will use even the worst circumstances in your life to bring about good when you trust him to do so.

”Tap Into the Holy Spirit’s power”-

Either You are Buddhist, Or Christian Doesn’t matter, ”God has given you the incredible gift of his spirit within your soul. Turn your attention to the Holy Spirit’s presence within you by regularly clearing your mind of what distracts you from God and seeking to enjoy God’s presence with you in the routine rhythms of life. As you seek to walk in step with the Holy Spirit, You’ll learn to recognize his voice speaking to you. As you listen to the spirit speak to you and yield your will to his, He will empower you to live a life that reflects what’s best for you.

”Change Your Mind By Changing Your Life”

Renew your mind daily by spending time reading, studying, meditating on, and applying God’s word. The more you read the more you get to know the God, the more it will impact your attitudes, which will help you make wise decisions that will lead you to an abundant life. Before you read any spiritual book, start by praying that God will help you be and do what he wants, as he calls you through his word. Expect God to change you from the inside as out when you interact with him through the spiritual book you’re reading or meditating.

”Choose faith instead of Fear”

Its natural to feel fear, but whenever you’re afraid, you can choose to respond with faith rather than focusing on the fear you feel. Every time you catch yourself feeling afraid of something, you pray about it, asking God to intervene in the situation and it gives you peace about it. Control your thoughts by shifting your focus away from what makes you feel afraid and towards the God truths that remind you of God’s promises.

”Never Give Up On God”

Keep renewing your faith in God as you move forward, especially when your faith is tested. Refuse to quit trusting in God, no matter what circumstances may come into your life. Remind yourself of who God is and experience his love for you in fresh ways every day by spending time with him meditating or reading spiritual books. Pass God’s love along to other people by serving them as he leads you, expecting him to bless both them and you in the process. Keep taking risks that you sense God calling you to take, believing that this will lead you deeper into the abundant life that God has planned for you. The more you remain focused on God, the more you’ll thrive in life.

Does this mean I’ll always be happy?

Happiness is one of the many emotions that we have been given by God and we can accept it as one of his good gifts. However, like any others emotion, it is dependent on circumstances and can quickly vanish. It fades when your child becomes sick, when the career of your dreams turns out to be the world’s worst job and when you age at an ever-increasing speed. God may not guarantee us constant happiness when we begin a relationship with him, but he does promise to be an ever-flowing source of joy. Joy knows and reminds us that our security is in our restored relationships with God and the eternal life he has promised us. It comes with knowing God and based on his faithfulness.

”Life Should Have A Meaning.”

I have seen a lot a people running through the maze of life pausing to think of its meaning.

Does what I’m doing in this moment matter?

You know in life we see a lot of things that change your life, feeling that what you’re doing has a real purpose and meaning that matters to you can make a huge difference in your life. It makes getting up each day the most exciting things in the world. You cannot wait for the time, You are the one who has to decide that time. Now Forget trying to force yourself to work hard, it becomes more important to remind yourself to take breaks to eat!!

But !!Here is the real question?How can we cultivate a more meaningful life? An answer is usually Complicated. But I Think It depends on many factors. These are few of my ideas I believe that will help to find a meaning in your life every day, So Now, you can’t wait to get in the morning and see what the day will bring.

#Mark Things What’s More Important-

Start marking things whats more important to you. Write down your 5 things that you believe are the essence of how you want to live life. This can include things like giving time to family, or if you like singing songs every day.” It include more complex ideas, like ”honesty” and ”simplicity”’.

#Life Give One Chance Don’t Waste it-

I believe everyone has right to pursue their passion in life. It’s what makes life worth living, and gives our lives a true meaning and purpose. Each time you work on something you love, it creates joy inside you like nothing else. Finding a way to use your passion to give back to the world will give your life ultimate meaning. If you can’t manage or you are not ready to work on your passion for a living, be sure and make time for it every day who knows working on your passion and becoming an expert in it, will eventually have the opportunity to make money from it. Don’t Miss this time, utilize it, trust me, you will enjoy life by doing what you like to do most.

Discover Your Life Purpose-

If you had to give yourself a reason to live, what would it be? What would you stand for? What principle do you hold highest? Is your life’s purpose to help other people? Is it to inspire others with great work or arts or your words? Finding your life’s purpose is a daunting task, and when I first heard the idea, I had no idea where to start. For methods on discovering your life’s purpose, So I started reading different articles and book on this topic. You get lots of idea for discovering your life purpose.

# Focusing on One Goal:-

Rather than chasing 3 or 4 goals and making very little progress on them, place all of your energy on one thing. Focus. This is the other way to be much more successful. Try and align your goal with something you are passionate about so that there will be an intrinsic drive to work hard and do well.

#Value People More Than Things:-

Often, we waste money to buy material goods. I recommend you consider carefully what you purchase, and think more about spending your money on experience with friends and family. Not only will this give deeper meaning to your life by focusing on your relationships rather than material wealth, but you will be a happier person as a result.\

#Living Life with Compassion-

I remember a proverb-‘‘ One must be compassionate to one’s self before external compassion.-Dalai Lama.

For some, compassion is the purpose of life, what gives it meaning, and what leads to ultimate happiness.

#Finding A Way To Give Back:-

Do something that both honors your belief and passions while giving something back to the world. By giving something back, we inevitably find purpose in the act. By cultivating more of these activities, you will find your life has more meaning and purpose behind it.

# Setting Goal On Daily Routine

In the morning, before you start your day, create a list of 3 Goals that you find fulfilling and meaningful. Make sure they adhere to set of principals and beliefs. Start Tackling the hardest things first!! Make Your list look Short and Sweet to avoid Confusion. By trying to do less, you’ll end up doing more.

''Life Should Have A Meaning.''

I have seen a lot a people running through the maze of life pausing to think of its meaning.

Does what I’m doing in this moment matter?

You know in life we see a lot of things that change your life, feeling that what you’re doing has a real purpose and meaning that matters to you can make a huge difference in your life. It makes getting up each day the most exciting things in the world. You cannot wait for the time, You are the one who has to decide that time. Now Forget trying to force yourself to work hard, it becomes more important to remind yourself to take breaks to eat!!

But !!Here is the real question?How can we cultivate a more meaningful life? An answer is usually Complicated. But I Think It depends on many factors. These are few of my ideas I believe that will help to find a meaning in your life every day, So Now, you can’t wait to get in the morning and see what the day will bring.

#Mark Things What’s More Important-

Start marking things whats more important to you. Write down your 5 things that you believe are the essence of how you want to live life. This can include things like giving time to family, or if you like singing songs every day.” It include more complex ideas, like ”honesty” and ”simplicity”’.

#Life Give One Chance Don’t Waste it-

I believe everyone has right to pursue their passion in life. It’s what makes life worth living, and gives our lives a true meaning and purpose. Each time you work on something you love, it creates joy inside you like nothing else. Finding a way to use your passion to give back to the world will give your life ultimate meaning. If you can’t manage or you are not ready to work on your passion for a living, be sure and make time for it every day who knows working on your passion and becoming an expert in it, will eventually have the opportunity to make money from it. Don’t Miss this time, utilize it, trust me, you will enjoy life by doing what you like to do most.

Discover Your Life Purpose-

If you had to give yourself a reason to live, what would it be? What would you stand for? What principle do you hold highest? Is your life’s purpose to help other people? Is it to inspire others with great work or arts or your words? Finding your life’s purpose is a daunting task, and when I first heard the idea, I had no idea where to start. For methods on discovering your life’s purpose, So I started reading different articles and book on this topic. You get lots of idea for discovering your life purpose.

# Focusing on One Goal:-

Rather than chasing 3 or 4 goals and making very little progress on them, place all of your energy on one thing. Focus. This is the other way to be much more successful. Try and align your goal with something you are passionate about so that there will be an intrinsic drive to work hard and do well.

#Value People More Than Things:-

Often, we waste money to buy material goods. I recommend you consider carefully what you purchase, and think more about spending your money on experience with friends and family. Not only will this give deeper meaning to your life by focusing on your relationships rather than material wealth, but you will be a happier person as a result.

#Living Life with Compassion-

I remember a proverb-‘‘ One must be compassionate to one’s self before external compassion.-Dalai Lama.

For some, compassion is the purpose of life, what gives it meaning, and what leads to ultimate happiness.

#Finding A Way To Give Back:-

Do something that both honors your belief and passions while giving something back to the world. By giving something back, we inevitably find purpose in the act. By cultivating more of these activities, you will find your life has more meaning and purpose behind it.

# Setting Goal On Daily Routine

In the morning, before you start your day, create a list of 3 Goals that you find fulfilling and meaningful. Make sure they adhere to set of principals and beliefs. Start Tackling the hardest things first!! Make Your list look Short and Sweet to avoid Confusion. By trying to do less, you’ll end up doing more.