Here in Change is Perspective: You’re More Than What You Were Yesterday lies the answers of what you changed. This quote has depth and a level of consciousness that holds you to asking questions about yourself.
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Did You Add to Your Joy Meter Yesterday?
Change is perspective.
There’s a few simple questions one can ask themselves at the end of the day.
- Did my day end on a positive note?
- Did I think in the perspective of learning and growing?
- Did I resolve an issue my soul has been challenged with?
- Did I display happiness and peace throughout my day?
- Did I alter my negative thinking to one of acceptance and peace?
These are just a questions I ask myself, why, to keep life in perspective.
Everyday we can make one small change for a better outcome.
When I want to raise my level of consciousness, I, soften my thoughts especially if my body is feeling agitated, or anxious. I deep dive into my being and ask why am I feeling this uneasiness, worry or fear.
Back in the day my first response would have been to stress more about a situation than to find peace in it. Now, I, soften it with words like “Calm down,” then I think back as to what caused me to feel this way.
It’s too easy to fall back on old habits. The outcome is described below.
Anxiety is a feeling of uneasiness, worry, or fear that is often accompanied by physical symptoms such as sweating, increased heart rate, and rapid breathing. It is a natural response to stress and is often experienced by individuals when facing new or challenging situations.
While anxiety is a normal reaction, excessive anxiety that interferes with daily life and functioning can be a sign of an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are a group of mental illnesses characterized by excessive and persistent worry and fear that significantly impact a person’s ability to function in daily life.
There are several types of anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
You’re More Than What You Were Yesterday
This quote has such profound meaning to me. I had to do some serious work on myself. Yet, it wouldn’t have been possible if I didn’t take it in slow and steady step-by-step progress. It wasn’t an overnight change. See, change is perspective.
You might ask what is perspective?
For me, perspective refers to a particular point of view through which someone perceives or interprets information or ideas. It is a subjective way of seeing things that is shaped by an individual’s experiences, culture, beliefs, values, and background.
Perspective can significantly influence how people understand and interact with the world around them. For instance, someone’s perspective on a political issue might be influenced by their political party, their culture, or their past experiences. Multiple perspectives can exist on the same issue, and understanding different perspectives can help individuals gain a more comprehensive understanding of a situation or ide
What is change?
Change refers to any process or event that alters the current state or condition of something. It can be intentional or unintentional, positive or negative, and can be brought about by internal or external forces. Change can occur in various aspects of life, including personal, social, economic, technological, environmental, or political.
Examples of changes include changing jobs, moving from one city to another, the birth of a child, a major illness, a new law, or a technological breakthrough. While change can be uncomfortable or unwanted, it is often necessary for growth and progress.
Change is Perspective.
When I wake, I choose how I want my day to be. Now, I realize I cannot controls certain aspects of my day like how traffic behaves or other peoples behavior. But, I can control my response to situations or people. I respond in a manner that could possibly stimulate a positive response from another when they could be have a bad day or not feeling well.
I look at it this way, am I adding to the toxic ness that I see on the evening news or am I encouraging a positive movement to my day. When I speak my words of kindness and compassion throughout, show the world there’s to life than living in hatred or bitterness. I can agree with “I More Than What I Was Yesterday.” Do ask yourself the questions above?
Where’s Your Joy Meter at Today?