Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week.
This week we cover “F” for Freedom
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Freedom is a highly sought state. Expressing ourselves, thinking for ourselves and BEING ourselves is a cherished place to be. We desire greater expression, thinking and being at peace with our own self and others.
Freedom comes in many stages, however the environments we become familiar with tend to shape our feelings of Freedom. Our expectations of Freedom in any given moment are shaped by our past Freedom and our future ideas of Freedom.
Here at MOST LIFE we cover of our eight themes each week
This week we cover “I” for Intelligence
Intelligence is a great asset, it allows us to think through problems, avoid problems and construct new solutions to make a problem obsolete. Intelligence has caused human kind to evolve and survive. Ah, but what about when we think we know something, but we don’t? Isn’t intellect a crutch? We hang on to our thinking because it got us where we are today. For the most part we like where we are, we know it, we understand it, it is comfortable.
It is comfortable to think what we are eating is right and good for us.
This week is “F” for Freedom. I recently interviewed two fantastic people who are exploring the freedom of their hearts.
Please visit their open hearted, honest writings at www.theunguardedheart.com
Nicole Xiques and Brian Carter open up and share what do men want? What do women want? For themselves and each other. I really enjoyed talking with them on “Ahead of the Curve” Mo Chats!
Nicole and Brian reveal some of their relationship secrets and how they have opened their hearts to greater freedom.
Thanks for visiting MOST LIFE! I know all of us here will be inspired by your openness.
This week it’s “S” | Speaking
“Hello! Can you hear me?” we have all felt that from time to time. I have stood at counters at stores, feeling invisible. I have had to look down and check to see if I have entered an alternative universe. This may be a small irritation at a store, but in life when we need to show up and be visible, when we NEED to be heard, we must be heard!
For years I have helped my team learn some simple aspects to “SPEAKING”. We confuse talking with speaking and we often think of the words we say as our communication to others.