By Diana Morais
“The most exhausting thing in life is being insincere.” Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Our human condition is to operate on a single minded mode, towards one goal: survive and that means to protect the current order of events in our lives. We let our minds work as an automatic belief tag: good vs bad, positive vs negative, right vs wrong. That is its function: to put reason in everything. But what is behind this reasoning?
Our rationale is the outcome of a second layer: our attitudes. It is not our thoughts that makes us fall. It’s our actions, that are either based on a spectrum of maintaining the order or going beyond, commonly known as ‘the unknown’. Our thoughts follow accordingly. But it is never that simple because we struggle with our beliefs in the process of changing. That means changing the perception about who we are and our chunk of responsibility in the events that unfold before us.
It requires a great deal of courage. Courage of facing ourselves in the mirror and asking the questions to the answers we don’t want to hear. But the truth is that the answers do not matter. It is the question, that are raised by the way we currently behave, that will shift our perception to seeing a new angle,or unlimited angles. We decide.
Change now and live a different effect.