image credit I recently learned that self-help is not only about things you do such as positive thinking and making mindful actions but mostly, it's about avoiding things that do not work for you and the end goal of this will be positive growth. Can you identify any of your habits that are working against you? If yes, this… Continue reading Why we struggle with positive thinking
We attract what we are into our life not what we want. To manifest something, we have to become it first. We have to be in alignment with the thing desired. Connecting to God, strengthening our faith, and ability to believe change's our awareness. We then become certain of what we want to manifest. “All… Continue reading You Manifest Who You Are
We live in a world full of choices. Our beliefs are one of the many choices we have. We can choose to build empowering beliefs and remove all limiting beliefs for growth or remain the same. Beliefs are very strong and our internal behaviors or patterns are created by our beliefs. The only beliefs that… Continue reading Choices
From 12 am PST to 11:59 pm PST- In your time zone Juma the dreamer book will be free on 6th January 2021. It is my wish to share the book as widely as possible. Spread its value to as many people. I hope that you will be able to buy the book for free… Continue reading Free Book on 6th Jan 2021
The book will be available for free on 25th December from 12am Pacific standard time. Amazon Kindle edition. Gift a child and remember to review. Merry Christmas. The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.– Dr Seuss Growing up, we adopt the… Continue reading Christmas
Photo by Rene Lehmkuhl on Unsplash You cannot give what you do not have. Have you ever heard of the orange fruit metaphor about its juice? Of cause you have. But in case you haven't. It goes like this. Imagine you have a fresh succulent orange fruit, or maybe you have one already in your hand. You want… Continue reading Oranges
Have you ever second-guessed yourself? I do from time to time, especially on decisions that I know will affect a substantial part of my life. The second-guessing might be a gut feeling warning of a possible mistake, which is a good thing. There are, however, unhealthy indecisions. Where you stall from moving forward or towards… Continue reading Indecision
Every week I assess my productivity for the week and the growth I have achieved. Stalling is usually one of my biggest worries. We live in a world where change is the only constant that we cannot avoid. It follows us in every decision we make or action we take since the decisions lead to… Continue reading Stalling
Courageous conversations are a series of articles on Anomaly blog by Moreblessings. The blog is home to eye-opening stories, inspirational posts, and beautiful poetry. Moreblessings aims to bring to light the key topics in our society that are usually suppressed or ignored. The courageous conversation on identity tries to show the separation from the self. That is further separating us from ourselves, creating chaos and disunity in today’s society. The solution hides in plain sight, but we often miss it. I hope you enjoy the article. Your thoughts and comments are much appreciated.
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Tribalism is described as the state of being organized by, or advocating for, tribes or tribal lifestyles. Human evolution has primarily occurred in small groups, as opposed to mass societies. People naturally maintain a social network, according to Wikipedia. In Africa, it is a case of having a strong cultural or ethnic identity that separates one member of a group from the members of another group. For many years, the human population has evolved. Growing from small groups into larger accommodating groups as the population…
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Struggle Quotes Have you ever found yourself wanting something for months? Then months turn to years? You then start wondering whether you want it or it’s just another wishful desire or fantasy? It is probably due to the lack of action that you dedicate to the achievement of the desire or goal. Or maybe you… Continue reading What Struggle is worth Your while?
We think, thus we all talk to ourselves. Although most of the self-talk is mental, we also talk to ourselves out loud. Through words because what we say is an expression of our thoughts given energy. Sadly, for many, self-talk is usually predominantly negative. This is very damaging, with often alternations between positive and negative… Continue reading Self-Talk
Photo by Lina Trochez on Unsplash Forgive. This word is often heard but misunderstood. Most of us understand only the surface meaning, and we struggle practicing it. The reason is it carries several notions. Such as; when we forgive, we are pushovers, labeled weak, and gullible. Then from an personal perspective, we wonder; what happens to… Continue reading Forgiving