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A deeper life

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Meanness to others.

Shallowness, because we want to fit in, to be popular, to be in the crowd. This behaviour has to be learned.

We can choose as a human race to teach ourselves to live a deeper, richer life. To unlearn the mean society we have collectively created and allowed.

We could choose to be kind, be compassionate, be giving, be empathetic and be loving.

Think, say and do only good things.

After all, none of us like to be on the receiving end of shallow self-centred behaviour.

We can all choose to be strong and be the change we want to see.

Don’t fit in.

It takes courage but the world needs all of us to be part of the change, to do our bit.

We don’t have to be fearful of setting boundaries, being the person we really are, having the courage to be different. If we are brave and be ourselves, then the right people will be attracted to us and it will inspire others to follow.

No good waiting for others and no good being shallow just to fit in.

Who’s in for living a deeper life?

Don’t finish your book too early

In your head.

That’s is where life is.

It’s what we say.

We decide the narrative. We tell the story.

Good or bad.

Kind or hateful.

Love or hate.

Whatever opposites you want.

Fear or bravery.

Hiding or being open.

There are a million shades of grey not just the black and white options.

Whatever narrative you create inside your head, remember it’s you who creates it and controls it.

The story is ours and we get to write every line of every chapter, yet we often allow others to be the editors of our story.

Write it yourself, tell it as you want it, and the good news is you can always re-write the story, add another chapter, change the plot, even re-write a scene, change the characters. It’s completely the author’s choice.

However at the end of our story, the only thing we’ll regret is we didn’t keep writing more chapters.

Don’t get to the end of your book to early in life and settle for the book being done because it’s easy.