As Buddhism has always taught: Let go and we become free. Let nature takes its course and we live a free life.
Is that the game the game master wants me to play? I wonder at times. And if it's not, then it's LOA in action. How then can I use this knowledge to my advantage and practice Buddhism?
Trust me, my dear me, we will come out better as we move through this tough period. We will be stronger and wiser as we learn the truths of this world.
My dear me, it looks like there is room for improvement for me but I am not going to be too hard on us. I just need you to know that I am doing my part to create a peaceful environment for you, for I really wish that you will walk out of the current situation stronger and with wisdom.
I constantly remind myself to face my fears with courage and don't allow my ego to manipulate me. Even if I still can't make a decision yet, at least I won't feel as lost as before.
Loving myself is to let go of all these limiting beliefs that have no concrete evidence and by doing so, I can then offer my service to this society, even though it may be just a small contribution.
After doing some soul searching for a couple of years, even though I’ve just touched the tip of the iceberg, I’ve already witnessed the truth of many people (including myself) not loving themselves. And thus, I gave this blog the name of Loving Myself.