Are you willing to make the sacrifice 🕊
When something bad happens, it is easy to fall prey to going down a negative spiral. I used to do that with every little thing that occurred that was not in my favor. Luckily, I continued to grow over the years and have come to a realization that not all bad things are solely negative. I honestly believe that all bad things are a sacrifice or offerings for a good thing to happen in the future. Like planting a seed and waiting for it to sprout and eventually grow into a living organism.
Don't let this philosophy of mine deter you from watching my latest video, I promise to provide many points from human history that encourage my way of thinking. I won't be able to provide any one thing to 100% validate that sacrifices will enable good things to happen, but I believe that after you hear what I have to say, you will at least consider the potential.
In this video, I mentioned a few other users and some bad things that have happened to them recently (@simpleeme and @flowerbaby), be sure to follow both of them if you aren't already. They may not be daily posters like a lot of us are, but they do still exist and I believe both have a lot to offer this world.
I feel pretty lucky to have found a way of thought that allows me to stay happy during harsh times. Even if this process is not always accurate, it at least provides me peace of mind. My goal is to lower my stress levels to a minimum to maximize my life span. Let's see if I am able to help you do the same.
Thanks for stopping by for another video. I will be bringing more content like this on a daily basis, so if you aren't already following me be sure to do so. I also really appreciate anybody willing to reblog my posts to help more people see what I have to share. Comments are great too, I will always take the time to get back to you at some point.
Information about the painting used in my thumbnail:
Kloek, Wouter. “Sacrifice of Iphigenia” (2017). In The Leiden Collection Catalogue, 3rd ed. Edited by Arthur K. Wheelock Jr. and Lara Yeager-Crasselt. New York, 2020–. https://theleidencollection.com/artwork/the-sacrifice-of-iphigenia/ (accessed June 23, 2022).
My NFTs: https://inji.com/@daltono/nfts
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