I read a lot; it’s my favorite pastime. It’s also my favorite form of learning. And as a recovering perfectionist, people-pleasing, perpetually guilt-ridden type of person, I like to learn about self-improvement. I’m drawn to philosophy that focuses on self-actualization, growth and kindness, and this led me to Buddhism almost two decades ago. Since then, I’ve come across a recurring idea in its beautiful philosophy: we learn through action.
Finish reading on MomsDon’tHaveTimeToWrite here: https://medium.com/moms-dont-have-time-to-write/embracing-my-imperfection-allows-me-to-be-a-better-person-2abcbba45d32
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Really nice piece. A few of your points really resonated with me. Thanks for articulating some of my inner dialogue!!! Faiza
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Thank you Faiza, it’s the most meaningful thing for me to hear that I’ve connected with someone 🙂