Wholehearted Living by J. D. Rockefeller
|Author||J. D. Rockefeller|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Most individuals envision themselves to be someone who will live with influence, success and significance. More often, they tend to concentrate more on what they want to be rather than who they really are. If you want to live a life with real happiness and meaning, you need to let go of who you think you are supposed to be, and embrace who you really are. This means you are embracing wholehearted living. What is Wholehearted Living? Wholehearted living is a way of engaging in your life in a particular state of worthiness. This kind of living means cultivating compassion, connection and having the courage to wake up each day and think positively. Regardless of what has happened or what you fear may happen, you need to think that you work hard and do your best. Yes it is true that individuals are sometimes vulnerable and imperfect, but these do not change the fact that every individual is worthy of belonging and being loved and experiencing wholehearted living. You are said to be a wholehearted person if you display the following: Courage to show up, tell your story and be yourself Sense of worthiness, believing you are worthy enough Have compassion for yourself and for others Ability of connecting with other people Embracing joy Practicing gratitude Practicing vulnerability and allowing yourself to be seen, to live and to love with your whole heart even without any guarantees.