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Postby AnthonyF » 16 Dec 2019, 07:44

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DAY 12 – WORKING WITH, INSTEAD OF AGAINST

Working with work. That’s my main thing that I want to work with the most. Earlier, I was thinking how I am not working with work/my job. When it’s the end of the working week, I’m still super grateful, ha. I’ve made progress with this from my earlier life, as in, I don’t see work as so much of a hindrance now, because I’ve accepted that we all must work, make money, survive etc, but I see that I can do more to accept a job as part of my life, and work with the job, as opposed to having any opposition to it.

I commit myself to accept work/a job as part of my everyday living situation and needs to be effective in life/in the system.

I commit myself not to hold grudges/anger at anyone for ‘needing’ to work.

I commit myself to appreciate that I have a job, and can make ends meet.

I commit myself not to take my job for granted.

I commit myself to work with my job, instead of against it.

I commit myself to respect that all need to work.



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Postby AnthonyF » 30 Dec 2019, 06:44

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DAY 13 – MOVING OUT?

I overheard someone I know mention they were moving to another property. In their list of considerations for a potential new property, I mean, apart from the common considerations such as price, practicality – another consideration was SAFETY.

Safety in terms of the neighbourhood, well – it just boils down to humans. Humans in the neighbourhood. Nobody/nothing else is causing potential safety concerns for others. It’s just humans.

Anyway, I heard this safety consideration, and immediately felt disappointed. I mean, it wasn’t a deep disappointment, it was just a realisation of disappointment. That one has to consider safety, and consider humans in that environment before potentially moving somewhere. And perhaps not considering certain locations due to fear.

Perhaps it’s known to some of crime in the area, or other various/similar incidents have occurred, which is perhaps how these people know of the potential issue of safety.

It can be seen as one being too fearful too, of course. Perhaps things being blown out of proportion, where the fear is irrational. Or can be a genuine concern for safety.

I want to focus on the genuine concern, and thus the fear of safety. As I said, that is super disappointing. I mean, it’s disappointing enough with the common considerations being price, practicality too. It’s hard enough finding a suitable premise in one’s income-range, and then also on top of that having to consider safety aspects.

It just reaffirms the need for us to change ourselves. Change our habits, patterns. And not to be hateful towards eachother. Not to discriminate. Accept eachother etc.

Let’s keep changing ourselves, and being examples towards others of the ability to change, and how to live kindness, love, appreciation, support.



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Postby AnthonyF » 04 May 2020, 08:53

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DAY 14 – MAMA MIA!

A videogame series I’ve always quite liked is the Mario Kart series. I like that it’s rather simple to pick up and play, and generally it is enjoyable no matter what your skill level may be. And it’s a laugh!

I want to share how I’ve assisted myself to implement certain changes through playing this videogame series.

Track selection

Previously whilst playing this series, I would always desire to choose a track that I felt I was quite adequate at. Basically, a track where I thought I had the best chance of winning. I realised that is not the point. I mean, looking at Mario Kart basically, that is the point, but it is NOT the point that serves my newfound purpose. That newfound purpose being to CHALLENGE myself. Challenge my skills. Learn. So therefore, now I often choose a track that I’m not so comfortable with, and that means less chances of winning a race.

Is that not a great way to go about it? To test oneself. Improve. Grow. I don’t want a potential cakewalk in this game, or in life. It’s also risky. We have to take chances/risks to improve, often. So, I do so by choosing a track which I am not so skilled in.

Use of items/to win

No, winning isn’t the most important thing, but if you’ve played Mario Kart before, you’d know that you can pick up various items to aid yourself whilst racing. In previous times, well, mostly when on the last lap of a track, I’d be trying to secure my place, whether that was 4th, 3rd, 2nd. These days, again, like the track selection, I take a risk by aiming my items/projectiles at the player infront of me, even if it costs me the position I’d previously just try to secure. Another risk. But hey, it pays off if it works!


So, there you have it. A few ways in which I’ve utlised this series to implement such changes within myself. And I mean, it’s a safe place to do so. It’s just a game. It’s not life or death. It’s a good platform to experiment. To try. To give it a go – and I have done.



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Day 1 - Lovin'

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fail in loving myself.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fail in accepting myself.

I see, realise and understand that without loving and accepting, and also appreciating myself, I cannot and won’t EVER give myself a platform, and an opportunity to exist as my true potential.

I commit myself to allow myself the platform to excel, to better myself, to be the best that I can be - through starting with accepting, loving, and appreciating ME.

I commit myself to accept all that I have ever existed as.

I commit myself not to be a downer on myself, and being my own worst enemy.

I commit myself to love and cherish me.

I commit myself to accept the sum of my parts.

I commit myself never to ignore self-love/appreciation/acceptance.



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Day 2 - Sharing

I’ve had quite a few resistances to sharing. I speak of sharing things publicly, mainly in relation to my writings/my perspective on things. Often, there’s that thought/fear of the typical what will people think-type of question. And how will it be received? And other similar thoughts/concerns.

I love it when people share what’s truly on their mind. There is a lot of pointless sharings on social platforms, but there are individuals that share, truly. I say share truly, because you can just tell they are not holding back. They are not compromising what they are saying/sharing. It is genuine. It’s a true expression of themselves, and it CAN be seen/noticed.

It’d be fantastic if none of us cared. If none of us cared how our thoughts/sharings would be taken. And not fearing potential outcomes that don’t necessarily work in our favour. That would make for some quality material, from all of us! I’d love to see that. But too often we don’t share that stuff. The stuff we’d like to share, but simply don’t. We’re constantly judging ourselves, and therefore judging others. Judging their sharing, judging our sharing.

It’s very tough to share a different side to ourselves, well, more like the true side to ourselves. We often want to be seen a certain way, in a certain light. I of course do understand why we don’t share more of ourselves, our true thoughts, intentions. I’m just sharing, ahem, about these facts.


I think we all have some awesome stuff to share. That can simply be a unique/original perspective, that is unique/original to EACH PERSON. We each have a unique voice, and so it’s always worth it to share one’s voice. That is education. That is growth. For the sharer and the receiver. It’s seriously a win/win situation.

I’d like to hear what’s truly on your mind. Don’t have that thought/perspective be necessarily formulated or clouded in news stories/what we see on TV. Yes, take that into consideration, but have the ability to think/share freely.

And we all have that potential, we just gotta do it! Start somewhere, and see what happens. See how we feel upon sharing more openly and freely. And be an example to others of this cool sharing.


It is a reminder to myself too. That I have a unique/individual and original voice. Sharing is fun, and going through with sharing, whilst being tough, is worth it, whatever the cost. Make those private perspectives, whether on paper/document, or mind...make them visible for all to see/breathe in!

We should all be sponges, soaking in everyone’s individual sharings/points, and become a ‘fuller’ person because of that.



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Day 3 - Superiority

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to desire to feel superior to another for whatever reason.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to desire to feel superior to another so that I can feel more confident within myself.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to attempt to heighten myself as a person, at the expense of someone.

Therefore I commit myself to accept my strengths/weaknesses, and myself in general, where I simply act upon what I currently am, without bringing a power struggle into proceedings within myself and others as if a competition is existent within my mind.

I commit myself to find confidence within myself through acceptance, value, appreciation, understanding, respect, and also realise that confidence/stability is never about anything or anyone outside of myself, and that confidence/stability is something only I can find, create, and keep, within myself.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to ever decrease another’s value/self/input/output purely for my own issues with confidence, and attempting to exploit another for my own issues.

I commit myself to be level with all beings, and therefore just correct my own patterns/thoughts, and self, without ever making my life about others.



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Day 4 - Celebrate good times, come on!

I commit myself to celebrate myself.

I commit myself to celebrate my victories in life, no matter the circumstances or the size of the achievement/win.

I commit myself to redefine victories/wins so that I can expand on what a victory/win can be, so as to give myself more opportunities to celebrate myself.

I commit myself to celebrate my change, my progress, my growth, my learning, my helping.

I commit myself to celebrate the times I don’t go into reaction, into fear, judgement etc.

I commit myself to give kudos to myself.

I commit myself to acknowledge my wins.

I commit myself to show myself love, value, and appreciation through acknowledgement and celebration of what I do well.

There is in fact a major difference between ego and confidence. Self-confidence, specifically. I realise that’s why I’ve had resistances to the above for example. Celebrating myself. Acknowledging. In my mind if I am to do that, I think “Wait, don’t stroke that ego..I don’t want to become one of those types.”

But there is an absolute difference. Which is why I commit myself to show myself value, worth etc. And this is a way I can do so. It's as simple as that. I am not celebrating myself to parade myself to the world as if I am better, best - of course not. I am building my confidence, my stability. It’s simply a means of accepting, of self-accepting. There is NO ulterior motive, which can exist by means of EGO.

Celebrating small/large victories - changes etc, it is just to realise that within myself. To be aware of this. That is all. I can also give myself a pat on the back, or a self-hug! No loss to anyone, just gain for myself.




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