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Be Willing to Be a Beginner Every Single Morning - Meister Eckhart

Be Willing to Be a Beginner Every Single Morning – Meister Eckhart

Sometimes we feel stuck in a rut with our day-to-day life. Other times we may feel worn out or stretched thin from the constant motion of a busy schedule. These moments can really wear us down both emotionally and mentally, especially if it feels like there is no breaking out of the cycle.

This is when it’s best to take a step back whenever possible and spend some relaxing, personal time. Whether you have to cancel plans or find a babysitter, self-care is an important part of being a human being. Without self-care, we eventually become no longer able to go back into our lives and daily battles with fresh, open eyes.

But when you take care of yourself, you can feel a noticeable difference when waking up the next day…and the day after that. You’re willing to become a beginner again with the new day — meaning you can look at the world and your life in ways you never have before, come up with new solutions, and take joy in the little moments of happiness and progress

 

Be Willing to Be a Beginner Every Single Morning – Meister Eckhart
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  1. I believe if people [male or female] didn’t feel it’s selfish to spend time enjoying a bit of relaxation time all their own, they would be more willing to do more of it. It doesn’t have to be scripted, just pull over and sit in a deserted parking lot if you have to. Build yourself a treehouse, find a quiet corner in a restaurant or coffee shop. Just do it. The end will justify the means I figure, and the world [less resentment] might benefit too!

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