Nationalities

Originally posted on Journey To Courageous Living:
For some, it comes easy to love the nationality they’re born into. For others, it can turn into arrogance. And then there are the likes of me, who don’t feel that nationality can define or limit them. In fact, for years, I worked on shredding my Hungarian-ness. I…

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Morning calm

Originally posted on Journey To Courageous Living:
We’re over Prague now where the morning’s just starting off. If it’s anything like Budapest (why wouldn’t it?), it’s with coffees and rush, yelling at the kids, putting on the make-up, running for the already packed tram lines, it’s screaming with stress. When my colleagues ask me how…

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The courage to be me

As a social species, our first instinct is to fit in, to find our tribe. It’s hard for us to accept any trait that does not serve this purpose.

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Remind the world

Don’t remind the world that it is sick and troubled. Remind it that it is beautiful and free. — Mooji

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Love yourself – do you?

“Worry about loving yourself instead of loving the idea of other people loving you.” (Unknown)

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Does my university respect me?

What was your school life like? Did it make you enthusiastic about (at least some of) the subjects, did it make you thirsty for knowledge, did you feel valued, respected as a student?

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Truth To Power

Truth often requires courage because it’ll divide people around you – some will take your side, some won’t. Some will attack you instead of accepting the facts, and it’s not always easy to handle that. For me it’s a lesson to learn.

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