Lessons From Communicating With Your Environment

I’ve always believed the complexity of our own psychosocial state is our mental’s biggest destructive challenge. To simplify it, perfect mutuals are not so easily achieved as individuals never have the same complete set of values. You can never live a life without having a relationship with your environment. It is the sources of your strength, it can be your weakness. In reality, you will always be anchored by responsibilities, and you invest in your environment since you were born. And once you made this certain investment, you are bound to your own mental destruction, although this investment gives you happiness. Families are the earliest form of investment, and because of it, even Petunia Dursley couldn’t leave his wizard nephew out to the streets and die – it was the responsibility of family ties and also a little but of love that have kept Harry in. Human relations are so complex, they are beyond love and hate only. There are important influences such as energies, responsibilities, and sacrifice. At most times I believe it’s unhealthy because your decisions will never truly be your decisions due to your psychosocial degree or level. Your decisions will always be influenced by the energies surrounding you, the responsibilities you carry and the love you’ve given away.

There are three things that I have learned from realizing these, though:

  1. Select and surround yourself with good energies. Your decisions will always be influenced by the energies surrounding you, the responsibilities you carry and the love you’ve given away.Making the most out of your environment is a way to make the best out of your life.
  2. You are one with the environment. Always remember that what you give, you will get back. Give away good things, and good things will reflect back to you.
  3. Be kind and strong. You influence the people you surround, so make sure you’re not giving them a larger burden or a heavier responsibility. Different people have different amount of mental strength and self-acceptance. Be kind, for some people may already have the self-negativity they never needed. Be strong for them, so they do not have to worry for you.

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