I strongly think believe there is nobody out here who enjoys dwelling on their past misfortunes, mistakes or failures…no-bo-dy. There is a simple reason as to why such a habit is not enjoyable: it robs one off of the preciousness of their present. Simple. This post will be as brief as a yawn as it simply but deeply highlights this assertion.
“Holding on to your unhappy past robs you off of the preciousness of your present”
Like I said last Friday, today we unveil the second category of what should be regarded as pointless things; things that rob you off of your precious time and energy. You can never succeed in life if lots of your time is spent on valueless things hence this second part of this third essential focuses on the behavioural part of the valueless:
Stop with the whimpers! Stop with the freaking complaints!
How many times are we going to kickabout the things we do not possess? How long do we have to bollix up our happy moments by feeling down because we ‘are not’ where we think we have to be in life? How much yawping must our souls endure before we take a look at the good things that we are blessed with?
We all have this self-judge, the inner critic, the ‘guy’ behind pretty more of the bad feelings we undergo in our daily lives. As human beings, we all are natural judges, but what differ are our levels of judging (as I pointed out in Being Judgemental). But the inner critic needs to be obliterated if one is to live a happier life. Being well aware that we (probably) have all read or heard about silencing the inner critic, I will make this post as compact as possible.