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We have had some times when we feel ourselves in a weather that has been cut off from life, unwilling, unwilling, unhappy. Especially in today's conditions, it can be easier to get into these moods. At such times, we often hope that we will either find out about the people around us or the material things we have or are trying to be. By buying something new, consuming the things we buy quickly, constantly watching series / movies, going to the extreme points of socialization.
The distortion of the balance of the elements that affect our life holds an important place at the base of our lack of life or lack of something.
For example; when the air element is missing, we can be conditioned if we talk to someone else or if we get into trouble. Of course it's not wrong to share life with people, but when we start talking, we can tell us all the unnecessary things we need, share our secrets, and as a result we may be judged by the other party. Then this time, we can start to regret our remarks.
Similarly, if the fire element is missing, we may lack the feeling of excitement. Then, in a wave of excitement that does not work for us or will not make us happy in the end, we can have the flying attitude in it, we may be able to do a flood, we can exhaust our souls excessively.
When we start to spend time in nature, it is easier to balance. Nature itself constitutes the integrity of living things. But there is no mechanism to judge us like people. On the contrary, we feel that we are embraced with all our things, all right and wrong, with all our VARIATION. We were told that we should tell our dreams about water.
Since the equilibrium of the elements is long, we can summarize;
The next few months are going to be very challenging, so I decide to hire a Professional Mentor to help steer me into my next journey.
Trying to do great things is difficult. Trying to do them alone is, more often than not, impossible. That’s why all great leaders have mentors, and also mentor others. No matter how competitive you may feel - in your profession - success is, in reality, a team sport.
Steve Jobs had Bill Campbell as a mentor; Mark Zuckerberg had Steve Jobs; Bill Gates had Warren Buffett. It's reassuring to know you are never too successful to need a mentor.
Anytime you start on a path towards something new, there is going to be a lot of uncertainty within yourself along the way. That’s natural. Most people can overcome that uncertainty by themselves. Others like my self can use a little help. uncertainty becomes a heck of a lot easier to overcome if you have a mentor. Why? Because they help to build confidence.
I am very teachable ,because I am aware of my strengths and weaknesses.
Never Stop Learning!
As the flowers bloom and the spring sets upon the land, NUST Excursion Club brings you a
3-days stay trip to the picturesque Neelum Valley. Featuring a panoramic view, lush green forests, enchanting streams, and scenic comeliness, this area is a dream come true for
excursionists longing to get away from their hectic schedules and for a weekend full of fun.
Participants will get a chance to see the famous Kutton resort and Sharda on the banks of the
Neelum river. As the end of the semester is near, this is one of your last chance to go out with
your friends before ESEs mess up your schedules!
It seems like a premonition as I look back at this painting. I had no idea what I was about to go through. Through all the pain, I’m stronger now with resolve and growing in peace every day. “The unrelenting catharsis”
Oil on canvas