Bible insights with a quit-pit of Jewish inspiration to gear the focus of mind and spirit. A combination of Physiological perspective and Weekly portion lessons for young and old the same.
To help move forward in our day with an extra dose of warmness and sincerity. Come get a look at a perspective that will have you inspired and rejuvenated.
An emotional world we live in, this we know. Attuned to the deepest of
wounds and the slightness of hurt. Most will look at it, as just a bad thing,
something that makes us weaker than the previous generation. Let’s take a more precise
look at our sensitivity. Say we didn’t follow through our feelings, let our mind be most of
our day and most of our lives. It’s a pretty dry place, there is little vitality
and less focus. Yet to lead a more meaningful life we must be more mindful and thoughtful.
As opposed to delving into our hurt and happiness, meeting countless therapist
to work their magic to fix our inner turmoil. I am coming and saying that this
may be a good thing, for we care, we want the feelings to be as much a part of
our life as our through intellect. It’s great to have the heart be a player
in our life, a player in our day. Let’s not forget that without the mind, the
heart is just an emotion machine with zero guidance and discipline which can result
in opposite desired effects. Bring the mind as the dominate and controlling aspect in
your life, of course don’t shut off the heart, for that is a very important
part of you. But, we don’t wake up because we always want to, we do it because
we choose to, whether or not the heart shows up. Take back control knowing that
that too much heart will keep us from pursuing a meaningful life and too little
will make it less meaningful.