When facing emotional despair, hopelessness, or physical anguish, going into the darkness helps us to ﬁnd our self and renew our life. It is in the nothingness that we can stop and ﬁnd peace and answers. When we see our true potential, we can then create ourselves anew.
As we get older, it is important to maintain a childlike sense of humor and to let your inner child express itself; otherwise, life can become oppressive and difficult. I know from experience how easy it is to focus on what is troubling me rather than on what heals and sustains me.
Your life depends on your brain. To be the ethical, engaged, creative, successful, and lively human being you intend to be, you need your brain. You need your brain and you also need to use your brain. It is not enough to possess a perfectly good brain—you must also use it.
Healthy human development requires knowing that physical and emotional needs are met. During childhood, this reassurance comes from parents. During adulthood, it can come from personal and romantic relationships.
The information offered here is not a substitute for professional advice. Please proceed with care and caution.