Who is normal? Who is neutral?💭 To me, humans are like art. Unique stories, in different colours, different letters and designs, organized into unique chapters with all kinds of images and combinations, unlike anyone or anything else I have ever seen or experienced. ✨💫🌍 To me, no human is blank. No human is neutral. No … Mer Who is normal? Who is neutral?
School is the place where you get called crazy ADHD child, or perhaps weird, stupid, bipolar or autistic kid, if you have more important stuff happening in your brain than how many watermelons Donna gave to David. School is the place where Creative kids get labelled and hated. Education is how creativity is killed. And this is … Mer Killing Creativity – Creative Kids and Making Money
Winter is coming. And with winter comes autumn rains and a bit of a dive down in the mood, that can be lifted with some good old endorphines, serotonine, dopamine, creativity and adventures! 😜 The best thing is that after a while you get addicted. Only 21 days of consistency in doing anything, and that … Mer Get Motivated to train! – Addicted and avoiding Depression
Training. I believe spiritual, mental and physical training should be exercised every day, in that order. Spirit-Soul-Body. If you want to be physically fit, ”body-fit”, it’s not just about physical fitness, but mainly about how far you can push yourself spiritually&mentally. Training always starts with a spiritual energy-Feeling, moves into mental Thinking and lastly physical … Mer Spiritual-Mental-Physical training
“The best athletes are people who don’t let anything stand in their way””…”There are no excuses” saysMichael Phelps. My experience of athletic humans says the same and more; Athletes have the best work ethic I have ever seen. Athletes are often hard trainers and workers that never give up, respect uniqueness and different ways of … Mer The Athlete-lifestyle
Shy. Sensitive. Careful. Those words were me. And then I found my passion, and my identity, in sports. But what happens when you get injured? Or quit sports? Who are you then, when you can no longer call yourself an “athlete”? I used to get pissed if someone said: “you are not an athlete”. It … Mer Who am I anymore? – Athletes and quitting Sports
My year of 2014 was the year of celibate. Around one year actually. Probably not what most 22-yearolds decide to do during a year of travelling and studying in a foreign country, in my case Australia. But I did it, still do it – or should I say don’t do it – and the experience … Mer One year in Celibate – What is it like?