The power of being rooted | There is a certain type of gratitude that arises from the depth of appreciating a set of foundations that form our mindsets and direct our purpose in life. The heritage that every one of us is equipped with allows our decisions to be subconsciously guided by something framed as […]

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The power of being rooted |

There is a certain type of gratitude that arises from the depth of appreciating a set of foundations that form our mindsets and direct our purpose in life. The heritage that every one of us is equipped with allows our decisions to be subconsciously guided by something framed as upbringing, tradition or family roots. Those tiny moments of recognition that our precious self was being born out of a strong connection between two other beings gives us a feeling of a loving belonging. The understanding of closeness to people who desired to create something very special, me, you, her, him, opens up gates to the cognizance of our roots that accompany our story from the day we were born. The foundations of our own selves get stronger even at times shadowed by dark clouds above our heads or soaked by rain-stormy winds. The strength that flows from realising that our heritage will be always there with us, reminding the struggles and falls, dramas or successes, joys and satisfaction that our own life story is founded on, gives us a certain level of sensitivity to be the conscious writer rather than a supportive actor that plays somebody else’s parts |

Sometimes the act of realising the impact how much power our roots have on the way we are living our lives, doing things we do, behaving the way we behave, does not present itself with any easiness of perception. Allowing ourselves the time to experience events, happenings and people that appear in our life, followed by assessing its impact on our life gives us the precious moments of learning. This type of learning is created out of own reflection and a very personal interpretation … rooted in upbringing, tradition and foundations that allow our mindsets to grow. This kind of learning can only take place if strong attachments to points of view of our close circles or inherited traditions are not treated as constant doctrines. The processes of learning and growth can only be born out of the acceptance of diversity of thoughts, backgrounds, viewpoints and attitudes |

Living a quality life that allows our brains to feel inspired, our feelings to appreciate inspirations and our souls to create inspiring moments translates as “being open, respectful, fearless and curious not troubled by critics who stuck in their own rightness of viewpoints” | 

Remembering the roots that provided us with the unique foundations to grow prepares fresh fields for seeds yet to be planted by our own creative openness of mind… |

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