Conny Jasper

The way we engage with ourselves has an effect on how we interact with others. Just as your perceptions and actions influence yourself in your daily life, this activity influences how you relate to other people.

Naturally, your thoughts and behaviors shift according to what is happening at any given moment. Each day and each minute is different.

The events of a situation have an effect on us and we have an effect on the events. With that in mind, we can be more aware of how we are feeling and what we are doing. And we can choose to relate well to ourselves and to improve our interactions with others.

Convenience is a prominent concept in the modern world. As we take on more activities and use more technologies, we seek the means to gain more convenience.

This is supposed to make our lives better. But we often find our lives becoming more complicated.

Genuine convenience is something that gives us some comfort and saves some time and energy, not something that makes life more stressful. Remember this when making decisions about what you commit to and what you purchase.

Wisdom and success are found in simple strategies such as doing something one step at a time. Everything you achieve happens in increments.

Even when you fly a spaceship to the moon, you have to build the spaceship first.

Never try to bypass a step. You will fail.

Why would a spaceship to the moon blow up? Because somebody neglected a very important step in the process.

Do not blow up your spaceship. Better yet, do not sabotage yourself by missing or bypassing any part of the process.

We all want to feel content and comfortable with our lives. So we look for ways to gain fulfillment.

Often we rely on external sources of solace that give us fleeting satisfaction. While certain resources and supports are necessary for security and stability, they do not complete our inner selves.

Personal fulfillment is based on inner fulfillment. Inner fulfillment is what gives you the energy to handle the challenges of life and succeed in your goals.

The path of life presents many challenges as we journey toward our destinations. The way is rarely simple or easy.

Even when we use a map for guidance, we encounter changes and events that are unpredicted. How we manage these challenges is up to us. Those who have prepared themselves by building their inner strength and life skills will manage them best.

How do you handle the challenge of challenges?

We all have a burning desire to achieve our aspirations and be successful with our goals. We all have creative ideas for accomplishing what we want.

Yet, so many of us let things get in the way of making it all come true. When the action begins to happen, we do not follow up or follow through. We create our own roadblocks.

If you really want to fulfill your dreams, learn to read the signs and signals. Keep your commitments and follow up and follow through.

When you are unclear about what you really want, you are likely to meet with frustration. Be aware that frustration is quite keen at keeping its appointments. It will continue to meet with you until you have made a clear assessment of what you really want.

What you “really” want is the key here. It is not what you have some general idea about or what someone else wants for you. It is a very lucid and focused realization of what your mind, body, and soul require for a life of fulfillment.

What do you really want?