I’m starting to be mindful as I navigate life with my anxiety and depression. I feel myself noticing things and adding to my knowledge when I’m not stuck in the past or anxious about the future. Whatever I am and have been has contributed to who I am now and I’m very grateful for all my experiences. I know I will look back and feel proud of myself for battling through some difficult phases when my mind wasn’t feeling it’s best. Life is pretty cool.
I get moved by kindness when some random stranger finds it in his/her heart to help another person without expecting anything in return. To not be noticed by anyone, to not seek validation for his/her act of kindness from other people, but to just going out of your way to help a person when no one is watching. Each act helps the world become a better place. And knowing that people do that moves me.
There is nothing as majestic and wondrous as nature. Everything is designed to absolute absolute perfection.
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