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Your Wednesday Wisdom!
20 December 2023
An Activity To Do / A Question To Consider / An Idea To Ponder
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1 Activity To Do
Each day this week…
Notice how you celebrate your achievements and those of the people around you.
Really notice and capture the impact it has.
What additional rituals or practices can you incorporate to enhance the joy of success even further?
1 Question For You
Each day this week, ask yourself….
“How does giving contribute to my sense of purpose, and how can I integrate more intentional acts of kindness into my daily life?”
(LL has been such a great reminder to me this week about the power of giving – thanks!)
1 Idea To Consider
Consider the idea of embracing discomfort and conflicting beliefs to foster personal growth.
This aligns with the beliefs and principles of Jean-Paul Sartre, a prominent existentialist philosopher. He explored the concept of “bad faith” and the discomfort that arises when individuals avoid confronting their authentic selves.
Sartre argued that people often engage in “bad faith” by adopting societal norms and avoiding the responsibility of making authentic choices. He believed that confronting the discomfort of conflicting beliefs and acknowledging one’s freedom to choose can lead to greater self-awareness and positive personal transformation.
What are your thoughts on adopting societal norms?
(Thanks David P for the conversation this week that proved a great reminder about societal norms)
Quote of The Week
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
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