Looking Into Your Inner-Self

How many times have you actually asked yourself who you really are? How many times have
you defined yourself as what you do for a living or how you're behaving for your mates,
family and friends? Is that really who you are? Or perhaps you should take a good look into
your deriving power?

Exploring what derive us

Looking into ourselves doesn’t mean to start throwing up the air all kinds of definitions. It
means to explore the deepen meaning of being who we really are – we are looking to get
better, get better at life, feeling better.
One of the most profound ways to achieve this goal is only to be motivated. Motivated? But
how would that assist my journey? Well… motivation have it power to derive us in many
ways, and on a vast aspects in life.

Looking for a better path

Being motivated is the power that derive us through our most difficult ways. It is what
makes us stronger each and every time we’re feeling down and defeated. Always remember
that feeling defeated, isn’t who you are.
Or as the author Zig Ziglar once said: “Remember that failure is an event, not a person.”

Inner self for better forgiveness

Being true with your self doesn’t always mean you have to be harsh with your goals and
achievements. It is sometimes being more compassionate – is that failure is yours as a
human being? Or perhaps you can see that that exact failure is nothing but an event. NOT a
way to describe your inner self.
There is no better example to emphasize the meaning of compassion, rather than the
famous quote by Dalai Lama: “Compassion and tolerance are not a sign of weakness, but a
sign of strength.”

Our inner self can be brighter

Sometimes the background noises of our friends, family, co-workers, bosses and everyone
around, are keeping us away from being more true to who we really are, and what we really
can be.
Our advice to you, is not only to read the motivating quotes, but also achieve their real
meaning by trying to lower the sounds around you. As Steve jobs once said: “Don’t let the
noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.”
Try to avoid being affected by others by meditate, by connecting to the “here & now”.
Meditate every morning for only 5 minutes, and you’ll discover your inner self in a profound
silence.
Here on Sentence club we’ve gathered quotes and sayings from all around the world. Every
time you’re feeling down, take a short break, and reload yourself with strength.

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