“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.” ~ Confucius
Why a Weekly Thought?
I don’t believe in lessons learned from stories. I love reading stories; I am addicted to listening to people’s stories, but… rather, I am the type who needs to crack her head open by hitting a wall, to understand that doing so, will be painful.
Yes, I know. I am stubborn. But… I have to admit that for exactly this reason, my life is so interesting and wonderful… plus, it is never boring!
Being a firm believer in this saying, “Never do to others what you would not like them to do to you”, I will never tell you what to do.
Regardless, I don’t believe in the power of telling you what to do.
Rather I will provoke you to tell me what you think you can do.
Or… I will dare you to ask yourself questions about what you think you can do.
Yes, this is how I am. In life, I learned that it is not the answer that matters, but rather the question.
It is a real art knowing how to ask a question. Because… The answer always lies in the right question.
If you have some time to feed your soul, I dare you to read the questions that lie between the lines and behind the words… in my Weekly Thoughts.
Why Weekly and not Daily or Monthly?
Well… because I noticed something else in this life.
I love change. According with this passion, I have observed that if I deeply believe that at a specific moment in time I know an answer… the next time the question appears, a different answer will jump out from my heart.
Because everything is changing, even our perceptions of what we think is the ultimate truth will also change.
Therefore, I have decided not to concentrate on a Daily Thought. It is more fun to concentrate on a Weekly Thought. In this way, each day when I replay that thought… The heart will perceive another answer.
I also decided not to concentrate on a single Monthly Thought. Because… as I said, I like change, and all that is not changing even a little bit… becomes boring for me.
It’s similar to questioning why I am using three dots after writing a word…
Well, let me give you the answer. Simply because two dots are too little, and four would be way too many.
Check it out for yourself. Can you prove me wrong?