“I will be calm. I will be mistress of myself.” – Jane Austen.
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I have random days when I am baffled and filled with anxiety, days when I am flustered between what’s relevant and what’s not. I search for peace so badly, at the same time I am always worried to lose myself.
These are the days when I am unhinged, days when I don’t love myself enough, days when I don’t know my worth.
I would tend to think of anxiety as an opposite of serenity. It makes everything seem like a waste of time, and makes me feel numb. When I’m feeling most anxious, a lot of my distress comes from the idea that I’m not motivated to do anything or rather feeling so useless. It’s especially frustrating when a day is filled with unproductive attempts and flat-out failure to accomplish anything.
I often think of serenity as a passive trait, it can accomplish more than some of the driven behaviors we fall into when stressed. I realized that to make right choices, to make yourself better you ought to get in touch with your soul and for that you ought to know and experience solitude.
It’s merely because there’s serenity in solitude, there’s freedom, peace and healing in solitude and you’ll definitely perceive your answers in solitude.
Just think about it, how can you hear your soul in chaos where there is no serenity?
Before I go, I’d love to wish Ruona of Ruonaahsculture a Happy Birthday. I love you babe. Never stop being an amazing friend 💜💜
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