"Feeling Positive" versus "Making Positive Changes"

Let's interpret how Godman thinks. They are great psychologists, who understand how to manipulate humans. I respect their brilliance 100%.

  1. They share vague statements. That makes you feel positive and special.

  2. Promises a super rosy picture of the future.

It's not just Godman. We also get lost in the same maze. Due to a lack of awareness. In a sense, we are our own Godman. [:p Mei bhi Krish]

It's going to be tough to continue this blog without examples. I am afraid I may expose my real thoughts. Let me share few examples [changing the language to be anonymous]

  • Don't have any fear in life. [Join telegram channel, Invest all your money in F&O]

  • Don't think of yourself as poor. [I identify as Ambani]

  • Friendships are unconditional. [Am I in heaven?]

  • Truth is in your inside. [It's good, I haven't studied biology]

  • Have the devotion to be top 1% skilled [As per Jyotindra Dave, "Did successful people were successful because of following time table or did they make a timetable to be successful"]

  • I only fear unknown dogs [A very famous and my dear friend cum philosopher]

  • A date is an experience you have with another person that makes you appreciate being alone. [Greate thinker of the late 20th and early 21st century: Larry David]

Let's say, you are stuck in your career. It's a common life story for almost everyone. What are your first thoughts?

  • [Rosy future] I am going to work hard. I am going to get lots of rewards in the future.

  • [Feeling positive] I am smart. Stupid people are getting promoted or earning more money.

What's wrong with any of the 2 statements? If you know, you don't need to read further.

"Life is not linear" Being true to thyself. Acknowledging any mishaps. Change starts with understanding your mistakes. Rather than being brave and devoted to external entities.

Quote by me, "Have a hero or victim syndrome in real life." Either take everything on your shoulders or others' shoulders to move on with your life.

It's a stupid stupid quote. But you will appreciate the hero's comment. That's how our brains are wired due to media. It only leads to frustration and a life of loneliness.

Getting help from friends and family is a good step. Letting go of things out of your control. Focusing upon small incremental change is the way to go. Don't be a hero. Don't be dependent.

Being venerable versus being too strong. Being accountable versus being a victim. Making small changes versus feeling positive. That's just little things I have learned from life's mistakes.

You must be wondering. What's the point of this blog? There is literally no point. I am just exercising my brain after ages. It's the first blog I am publishing after ages [more than 5 years]. I am writing this blog to clear my mental block. This blog is vague, 0 % controversial [99% mellowed down thoughts]. It's boring basically.

For the end note. "Be the best version of hypocrite." Why not?