Everyone has their own personal style or identity. What makes your identity? It is the clothes you wear, the hairstyle you have, or is it the attitude you exude. We all look for our identity through material things. These things give us a since of who we are, but it's not the true-self. Our identity is not our astrological sign, though it gives insight to our personality. Then the question is raised, "who am I?" Just be who you are, but then ask yourself "who am I now, in this moment?"
What is Oneness? This has been a question that has been a part of my journey for a few years now. Personally, I understand it, know what it means, and even experienced it. I will do my best to articulate it.
What is Gratitude by Default? This is when we give thanks without awareness, by being unconscious of what we create. We go through each day making wishes and carrying on with a routine, and some of us give a form of thanks for manifestations or the ability to see a task through
When we think of the words hope and trust, we think the words have the same meaning. Hope give us an emotional since a situation will improve and keep offering the like emotion until the undesired situation has dissolved.
Our human design like other species on Earth serves its intended purpose. We have the physicality to do what we desire, if we want to or be anything from a scientific genius to a pro-athlete, we can choose to through the desired purpose of enjoyment. The two previous mentioned professions are polar opposites, yet they severe the same function in each human life. Each human is built the same, yet each performs different and similar roles.
Kindness is another form of gratitude. When we perform genuine acts of kindness, they lift us to place of joy. This joy carries us to continue these acts and opens us up to receiving kindness from others. These acts can range from simple politeness to complements. Think about how it feels when someone complements your appearance, opens a door for you or lift you up when down. Kindness is disappearing in our culture.