Don’t be satisfied with stories…how things have gone with others. “Unfold your own myth.”
Every person’s value is the thought they hold.
If you are looking for a friend who is faultless, you will be friendless.
Only if the heart gets rusty with grief, (without signs of presence) do not stay longer. That is the only difference between faultless and friendless.
Life can be ironic sometimes;
It takes sadness to know what happiness is.
Noise to appreciate silence.
And absence to value presence.
Every bad situation will have something positive.
Resilience will teach you that as we grow older you look for very different things in people:
Which are three Army Values alike to three of the five Yamas:
from the Eight Limbs of Yoga’s structure.
There is so much parallelism within the Military and Yoga communities.
More than many people in the world would ever imagine.
Starting with basically being two subcultures, with the exception than yoga is exclusive and the military inclusive.
Which sustains a longer structure of discipline within the Eight Limbs of Yoga.
You must be member of both (myself) simultaneously in order to share such analogue perspective.
The synthesis of this resilience’s tip is to look for someone who will stand right by your side when the walls start crumbling and the fires rage within. They are right there, and in that moment you know they got you.
That is true representation of a military buddy’s system and Acroyoga’s (partnership) team work.
Last but not least;
Choose the way that will fill your heart with love, and hence enlighten your Soul.
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.