.......and that's because wild things live lives of pure action. In his book, Reinventing Yourself, Steve Chandler writes......
Today, the more I remember to live like a wild thing, taking action instead of brooding on my sad self, the faster self-pity drops away. Chronic sadness seems to become a thing of the past. Sadness is almost never anything but a form of fatigue. And fatigue, paradoxically, is almost always a result of living a life of too little action. The more action I build into my life, the better I sleep, and the less self-pity I feel. The better I sleep, the more energy I have. The more energy I have, the more will I have for taking action. And the more action I take, the happier I feel. The happier I feel, the better my relationships. The better my relationships, the better I sleep. It's the cycle of self-reinvention.
From the book
by Steve Chandler
"Sometimes you just gotta give yourself
what you wish someone else would give you."
Dr. Phil McGraw
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by Anirudh Koul