This is post is to tell you that the “Chrysalide” adventure is over! This blog no longer reflects the person that I am now, therefore, this journey has come to an end.
This blog was written while I was trying to know who I was and where I was going. It was about my personal and miscellaneous toughts.
Now that I have found who I really was, it’s time to write a new chapter and if you are curious about it, you can head over there: Shema.
There you will mostly find my journey being an imperfect christian. You will find some post written in French also, I hope that won’t discourage you to read but I will still keep writing in English also.
It’s been a while since I have written a post. Not that life has been that busy. What have changed since then? I grew more mature (I guess), still making mistakes (we’re mere humans after all) but there is so much I’ve learn.
I have learn that you cannot run from your responsibilities. As much as you want to be a carefree person, sooner or later, “life” will catch you. There will be tough decisions to be made, people to confront, dilemmas, etc. but there will also be joys, happy and pleasurable moments that you must learn to enjoy and cherish. Those will be good memories that you’ll want to hold to.
I have learn that Confidence is important. Confidence will lead you to that next step. Confidence is not only for life big challenges (getting hired, buying a new house, travel the world, leave your job, starting your business, etc.). Confidence is necessary even in the small acts (buying a dress that people think is too bold, getting to know this new co-worker, changing your hairstyle, and so on)
I have learn that living up to your convictions help shape the person that you are and you have to stay true to yourself.
I have learn that it is important to interact with all kind of people. Not the one you feel secure with, not the one you are comfortable with, not the one you feel good about. Enlarge your circle, get to know those that are older and younger than you, from a different country, different culture. You’ll be amazed about what you’ll learn.
I have learn that you have to break the routine. Yes, after doing things the same way for a while, it can be a little daunting to break the cycle. But do it!
I was thinking about the progress I have made in self development and I am quite happy how it is going along well. I have learned that I do not have to tolerate things that are bothering me and the best thing to do is to get rid of them and this applies to all aspects of life.
For instance, my wardrobe was full of clothes, hanging in a disorderly fashion and each time I got out from work and saw it , I knew I had to do something about it but I did not. Then, last weekend I finally decided to end its suffering, so I took all the clothes, and sort them, what I intend to keep and what I should get rid of or give away. After that, all the clothes that I kept I hung them in the wardrobe and I would swear I heard it say: Oh, My God, thank you, I am finally breathing! loool.
I also did some decluttering at work also, get rid of papers, stuff I did not need anymore, and I am more enthusiast to work now.
This is also apply in your social life, you do not have to be friends with everyone, specially the people that are always trying to bring you down, the hypocrits, the free riders and even some family members, yes, if you see that they are having a bad influence, stay away from them. Life is much better without them, trust me, the only person that is essential is JESUS.
The idea is to keep it simple in every aspect of your life, you do not need the whole wide world to be happy.
I am happy today! This is special because I do not feel this way very often. You know those days where you feel good in your own skin, you’re smiling, you’re laughing, joking around and everygthing seems lighter and you want that feeling to last always. Hmm, I like that.
Some great things are coming ahead too, I have promises that are about to be achieved….
Until then, I am enjoying those blissful moments, whether they are short or long, it’s all about living the present moment.