We are often told in work reviews about the weaknesses that we need to concentrate on, but there is a view that says that to work on our weaknesses is a waste of time.
Sometimes, our attitude is all that stops us from achieving whatever it is that we are attempting.
I was thinking today about how important the little details in life can be.
Most of us have our hearts broken in a relationship at some time during our lives. We can either spend our lives grieving over it or find a way to heal our hearts and move on.
Most of us enjoy a celebration. We celebrate Christmas, (which prompted this blog), Easter, Birthdays, religious festivals, or cultural events, as well as successes.
When I go to the National Gallery in London I always have to take time to look at my favourite painting, The Execution of Lady Jane Grey, painted by Paul Delaroche. I always stand back and look at it from a distance to get a better view.
I guess that we all know really that nagging doesn’t work.
Last week I was thinking about how to give emotional support. It came about because that is outside of my remit in my work and it seems to me that there is very little emotional support available unless we have friends or family who offer it to us.
Today I had an encounter in Tesco, and I read one of the little snippets of news in the i newspaper, and I began to think about the food we waste.
In theory, we in the west have it all but in practice, depression in the Western World is growing and we need to ask the question ‘Why?’