Well, this is not really a wikileak but it might come handy :)

We so often long for change but at the same time, we apprehend it, because changing, even for better, means loosing what we were used to, and what was at least giving us a sense of security, at least an impression, that our world was stable, even if it was not working well.
There is a perfect quote to motivate oneself to move on: “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
If we are true to ourselves and we feel, that this resonates with us, it could mean, that there is a suitable ground for change, bringing us a higher self-esteem as a reward for being frank to ourself.


Nous désirons de changer certaines choses dans nos vies, mais en même temps, le changement nous fait peur, parce que le fait de changer, même dans le but d’améliorer les choses, nous fait perdre nos vieux habitudes, qui nous donnaient l’impression de sécurité, l’impression que notre monde intérieur était stable, même s’il y avait des choses qui ne marchaient pas.
Il y a une citation parfaite pour se motiver à avancer: “La vie commence au bout de votre zone de confort.”
Si nous sommes vrais envers nous-même et nous sentons que cette phrase a fait résonner une corde en nous, cela veut dire qu’il y a du terrain propice au changement, qui apporte une estime de soi plus élevée en tant que récompense pour avoir été franc envers soi-même.


About atreewalker

It was a warm spring morning in the olive grove. The breeze was gentle, the air was fragrant, the time stood still. High grass, sprinkled with colourful small-headed flowers, was gently tickling my knees. Poppies were about to splash their intense red on the antic ruins. 'Look how beautiful it is all over', I whispered to the olive trees, 'a perfect time for a stroll.' I slipped my fingers into the open palms at the end of their branches and I took them for a walk. View all posts by atreewalker

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