Is Aiming For Perfection A Beneficial Intention Or Is It A Setback?
Setting a beneficial intention for myself has always given me a hard time. From the simple ones - I want to have breakfast every morning or I want to dress myself prettier - to the gigantic I want to practice yoga every day, nothing was ever easy and smooth. Why? Because nothing was ever reasonable, although it may sound like it.
A beneficial intention is about change. About bringing something new and useful into our lives. It is about building a meaningful habit. Switching from black to white, from darkness to light, from bad to good. Or, at least, that's how . . .
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