Monday, November 28, 2016

Life: Your Big Picture

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Siddhartha is life.

Most truths in life is relative. They are also not in-tuned with all aspects of life.

Throughout this beautiful journey we might encounter certain stages that reveal a higher level of thinking.

Not one with complex words or sophisticated language, but one that lets us understand "Self" or the art of living or the meaning of life.

You can say having deep self-awareness allows for peace which can equal happiness.

It doesn't take deep expertise to understand that life can be rough, confusing and a hard enough struggle can cause deep psychological issues.

Often, we follow Guru's blindly thinking that if I hear and do what they do I will achieve the same success. This isn't necessarily a bad strategy, I mean there is something to learn from them right?
Most of the time there is. But, we won't see the same results because one's life vision isn't something you can really teach.

It's just a piece of the puzzle.

There are many paths one can take.

You can follow societal norm's and fit in.
You can deny materialistic possessions and become an outcast.
You can chase every desire you ache for.
You can also question any of these paths as well.

One isn't better than the other.

The key is to know and recognize where you stand and not get sucked in too deep.

Life isn't just acting.
Life isn't just listening.
Life isn't just thinking.
Life isn't just binding to one source.
Life is unity.

Perhaps, there is no "Self."
Perhaps, following a thread of thinking, deep and long enough will allow you to find what you seek.

I think the key is understanding and binding all the emotions to align with your vision to live out your own personal philosophy of life.

Everything has some truth to the big picture.



My name is Romario Villanueva.  Entrepreneur & blogger. I'm a graduate from Rutgers University with several certifications from top schools through Coursera. I love all things business, psychology, and basketball. Feel free to reach out to me on Facebook and LinkedIn





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