Archive for the 'Forgiveness' Category

Superiority Complex: Why Do Some People Think They Are Better Than Others?

Friday, March 20th, 2015

If one was to watch athletics on TV or at a stadium, they would soon see that not everyone is on the same level. Within each race, there will be some athletes who are at the front and there will be others who nowhere near the front.

In this instance, it is clear that some of the athletes are better than others. One is not being ‘politically incorrect’ by saying this; they are making a simple observation. Very few athletes break records or win medals and even if they do win a medal at one event, it doesn’t mean they will go on to win anymore.

Human Beings

Needs: Why Do Some People Feel Guilty For Putting Their Needs First?

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

There are some people who are able to put their needs first and to be there for others when it is possible. In this case, it shows that they are comfortable with their own needs and don’t feel the need to ignore them.

Just as there are going to be others who only feel comfortable when they are taking care of others needs. As a result of this, one is going to be there for others but they are not going to be there for themselves.


To have needs is part of being human, and this means it is not something that one can change. What is going to cause problems is when one doesn’t feel comfortable with their needs and always ends up putting others needs before their own.

Emotionally Undeveloped: Why Are Some People Emotionally Undeveloped?

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Not every part of a human being develops at the same rate, and this is to be expected. If one was to look at nature and see how a tree grows, they will soon see that the branches are not all the same length. Some are longer than others and at the same time, it hasn’t affected the tree. It is still strong and the shorter branches are not causing any problems to the rest of the tree.

There are going to be differences when it comes to someone’s physical, emotional and intellectual development. This is because each one doesn’t grow at the same rate or in the same way. And if one is primarily focused on one area, it is only natural that another part of them is going to end up being neglected and will stay stuck at a certain level and even start get worse as time goes by.

Comparing Yourself To Other People

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

It is the height of madness to try to be someone else yet when we idolise someone else that is, to an extent, what we are doing. By idolising someone else, we deny who we are and diminish ourselves. We try to be the other person instead. We think to ourselves, if only I was that person, if I looked that way, if I could speak that way, if I could think that way…then I would be a worthwhile person.

Here’s the irony though: you can never be that person and they can never be you, but you can be a version of yourself that will be so amazing you dazzle whomever you come into contact with. In order to do that, however, you have to let go of who those other people are and the comparisons you make between yourself and them and find amazing things inside yourself.