This is a reason that when I give people tips I try to give generalized yet helpful tips, because there are alot of elements that I dont know, elements that are individual from person to person.
I've talked to people over twice my age who never experienced love. They see the world as I used to see it before I experienced love myself; they see the world as if love does not exist.... How peculiar.
So this leaves me with the question: Do we as humans only make decisions based on the combination of our past experiences? And if so then doesnt that mean that most of our decisions would be the wrong ones because we have experienced so little?
The idea that helps me every day, is the idea that there is something bigger than myself guiding me to make the right decisions. I always felt like I knew how to make decisions for myself, even before I knew myself.
Maybe we can seek guidance turning our gaze to what is outside of ourselves... older or more experienced people, historical people we read about, or maybe through religion for those who believe, or want to believe.
Perhaps then we could know how to make the right decisions, where the word "right" would apply deeper than just what feels right there and then.
I know that In a lot of other cultures of the world the younger generations have a more respectful relationship with the elders, The younger people listen to the elders and take advice from them. In these countries the suicide rates are a lot lower and people seem to find their own purpose easier. In Norway however we have the highest suicide rates, even though we have THE highest living standard in the world and even though Norway is considered best country to live in,
And I see that every day that people are unhappy here.... They are angry and mean and dont want good things for people. And they make decisions that end up hurting them.... and wake up at the age of 55 thinking they wish someone had told them whats really important in life. Ive known many lost people like that. Maybe thats one of the reasons why I made this blog... Anyways enough philosophy for the day:)
Hope you have an awesome time today and here are some photos of my week!