Encouragement

Sacrifice In Order To Succeed

In order to grow and succeed we must be willing to let go or “cast off” those thing which hinder us. Support my work on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/clarityoutreach -Michael Thacker

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philosophy

Growth Is A Byproduct

Growth is a byproduct of time and experience, not of normality, but of that which is unknown. Only by stepping into the realm of chaos with the desire to create order do we find growth. During the encounter with chaos, we only witness the chaotic state of being. As time progresses and order begins to… Continue reading Growth Is A Byproduct

Encouragement, self improvement

Dealing With Setbacks

Setbacks are sometimes very tough to deal with and can cause negative feelings to arise. We can get the feeling that we can not make it and that the setback was a reality check as to the wrong path we are really on, which this can sometimes be true. But many times setbacks are only… Continue reading Dealing With Setbacks

Encouragement

Sometimes It Is Best To Just Be A Turtle

In a world of offense and cry babies, it is sometimes best to just be a turtle. Of all the animals, why a turtle? Turtles are tough buggers with a soft inside, but a hard exterior. Many today could learn a lot from examining a turtle. They move slow, and yet continuously progress. The most… Continue reading Sometimes It Is Best To Just Be A Turtle

self improvement

Three Things To Help You Improve For The New Year 2017

Another year has come and gone with a lot going on world wide. A new president has just been elected, stock markets are up, terrorist are on the rise and technology is rapidly evolving into the terminator, but with all that is going on in the world the real question to ask is, "What in… Continue reading Three Things To Help You Improve For The New Year 2017

Encouragement, self improvement

When You Add, You Must Also Subtract

As a kid I did alright when it came to math, but I was no genius either. You learn that two plus two equals four and that when you subtract you must take away. The teachers would always throw a tricky one in that went like two plus four minus two equals what. I always… Continue reading When You Add, You Must Also Subtract