Mindfulness: What it means to be free

Road in a beautiful forest in the morning

Road in a beautiful forest in the morning

Freedom is the will to be responsible to ourselves.
– Friedrich Nietzsche

When you choose to forgive instead of seeing the world through bitter eyes, you are free

When you learn from your mistakes instead of letting them define or cripple you, you are free

When you love yourself regardless of what other people think, you are free

When you accept uncertainty instead of stressing about what you don’t know, you are free

When you embrace chaos, instead of struggling for control, you are free

When you recognise that we all all imperfect, and then resist the urge to fight that, you are free

When you choose to appreciate what you have instead of crying over what you have lost, you are free

When you plant yourself in this moment, and do what you can to make the most of it, you are free

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