What does it mean to take one self seriously?!

When I was a child I was always blamed for not being serious. I would get enthusiastic about learning knitting and after making few rows I would drop it. I would express an interest in a book but would leave it unfinished. Needless to say that blaming me for not being serious didn’t cause any change in my behaviour - only in my self-esteem. Little did I know that what I was following was something much deeper. So how do you know if you’re seriously not serious, or if your take your self-seriousness seriously?? Here are a few pointers to know that you are not serious: You know what’s good for you, you say you’re going to do what’s good for you - and you don’t! There’s no clear thread in your

Finding a voice in the world. Pain and the relationship with spiritual warriors

When the pain speaks we need to give it some room. When the pain speaks we need to let it deliver its message. Only we’re shadowed by the fear that the pain will consume us, will define us, will wipe from the face of the earth all the courageous moments we have demonstrated. Mostly we’re afraid it will flush out the doubt that have we in ourselves. Pain holds some promise for us. It may not be the promise we looked for but it might just be what we need. Pain asks us for a good amount of honesty. Honesty entering through the door of pain comes with humility, groundedness, with a tender yet powerful heart. It shows us mysterious landscapes that are not found in the familiar maps.These are the

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