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I believe there is a another world waiting for us – Cloud Atlas

“I believe there is a another world waiting for us, Sixsmith. A better world. And I’ll be waiting for you there” Robert Frobisher from Cloud Atlas. The world you see and the worlds you don’t. The fact that you can’t see them with your physical eyes, it doesn’t mean that they don’t exist. Each one of us holds a piece of truth, like a small window of the knowledge. Can you imagine what it would happen if one person held all the knowledge? There would be no communication between people since there would be nothing to be discussed. No knowledge would be shared and there would be no interest for life and no need for any experience.

Do you understand now why we are all connected? We are all small pieces of a big puzzle. Hold the hand of the person next to you and you are instantly connected. Maybe you can’t see the reason but you know that something is there. You “remember” this person, the attitude, the like or dislike towards their face. In that other world you were friends or the biggest enemies. When you came here on earth, you find this person again.

“We cross and re-cross our old paths like figure-skaters.”  Life lessons are not being learned in one lifetime, you have to come back and work on them again. When you have a “project” or “mission” to finish, you need to be present again and continue from where you had it left the previous time. No one forced you to be here. Neither a higher being or another external force. You came here by your own will. It would be easy to blame someone else for your own choices. Don’t expect a peaceful world when your soul mission is done.  A better world yes, a perfect world no. 

Work on that small piece of the puzzle you hold. Study it, understand it, figure everything out. You are not alone. You were never alone. Have faith on yourself and remember that knowledge is all you have. You can access it anytime you want. Or you can just quit. The power is in your hands. Are you ready to use it wisely?

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Roommates – How an awesome friendship can end up being a disaster

You have talked with your best friend so many times about how it would be fantastic that you two can be in the same apartment. Well you do share so many things, you laugh with the same jokes, you have supported each other so many times. After all these conversations and plans, you finally find this pretty apartment with all the comforts you need and you are ready for epic nights of fun. The first 2 months everything seems to be fine but a bit uncomfortable sometimes. She doesn’t dry her feet when she comes out of the bathroom, therefore you find water all over the floor. After being done with dinner, she will never wash the dishes. The bills give her a headache so she expects you to deal with it and her only give you the money. The worst is when she has issues with money and considers it normal for you to pay everything. Has a real nightmare just started? Your friend is not what you thought she is? What happened to her? What happened to you?

Every night before you sleep, you keep thinking about all these questions but you realize that it was not her decision, you both agreed on being roommates. You want to have a fight with her cos she’s your best friend. Now what? Well your friendship is being tested like a boyfriend – girlfriend relationship. You live in the same place which means that there should be some rules so as everything works fine. Have a schedule for what you both need, for example no intimate moments with your boyfriend in your bedroom when she’s in the apartment. Don’t make the rules by giving each other the look “i know that you are gonna do it and this rule is for you” cos in the end you will end up fighting and damaging your friendship. Keep the connection you had before you move in together, talk about things you love, about your issues and make that bond between you stronger. You should feel lucky for having each other, don’t let routine ruin your friendship!