Moral Philosophy

Moral Philosophy

06-02-2022

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If you lack Self-Discipline read this; | Thread

1. Real Gratitude Takes Time Gratitude is good medicine and is always time well spent. It helps relieve stress and build positive energy, and it gives us great perspective on life.

2. Nature Is Our Guiding Light In nature, things move with the sunlight and the seasons. Society artificially compresses time. Tapping into nature’s rhythms will connect us with life around us and feel more energetic and productive.

3. There Is a Time to Hustle and a Time to Chill If you’re hustling 24/7, it wreaks havoc on your mental and physical wellbeing. It’s crucial to carve out down time to slow down and breathe.

4. Anxiety Is Mostly a Waste of Time and Energy Worry steals joy and negatively impacts decision-making. It’s understandable to often feel overwhelmed by life’s unknowns, but spending all day worrying about something that “might happen” is a waste of time and energy.

5. Discover What You Want Make a list of all the things you want to do, including exercise, personal time, family time, reaching, yoga etc. Take a look and make sure it reflect your desires for self-care. If you did these things, would you feel calmer and happier?

6. Exercise Doesn’t Have to Be a Grind Exercise isn’t about quantity—it’s about quality. Are you focused? Can you breathe into and slow down that bicep curl? If so, then a few solid reps do the trick, and you can move on with your life.

7. We Need Space to Digest Thoughts and Emotions. When you aren’t digesting your thoughts, you create a backlog of mental suffering that keeps you from being present with your friends and family.

8. Sitting Is the New Smoking Numerous studies are linking a stagnant lifestyle with a high rate of mortality. Get up and move around frequently throughout the day to improve your body’s functions and overall sense of wellbeing.

9. Meal Time Should Be Ritual Time Our ancestors spent hours preparing meals and enjoying them with loved ones. Today, we scarf food down in our cars in between meetings.

10. Cut the Fat We all have people in our lives who sap our energy without giving back. Draw boundaries and take your time back.

11. Family Time Means No Distractions Instead of multitasking on work emails when you’re with your family, give them your all. Walk the dogs together or have dinner without devices. Work to get in quality time with your family every day, even if it’s just a few minutes.

12. Communication Isn’t What It Used to Be Today, the vast amount of our communication is electronic. But it’s important to interact face-to-face to really connect.

13. Make Hay While the Sun Shines Not all time is created equal. There are times of the day, times of the week, seasons of the year, and even eras in your life when you need to lean into things and devote more hours to your career or projects.

14. Mix up Your Workspace Work can suck our time and prevent us from properly caring for ourselves. If you rearrange your workspace a bit, you’ll give yourself more room to think outside the box.

15. Daydreams Give You New Insights It’s healthy to daydream, but it can also become disruptive. Time debt has us constantly catching up on yesterday’s thoughts. Block off some time to think about a trip you’d like to take, and imagine the sights, sounds, and textures.

16. Trading Time for Money Is Limiting, but It’s a Necessary Evil Modern society puts a dollar amount on our time. Can you do a project online to earn more money on the side and buy back some of that time?

17. Music Is the Space Between the Notes Pick an instrumental track you love and make some space to sit with it. Then see if you can sync your breathing with the song’s cadence. If you master this, you can learn to slow down in your regular life.

18. Our Time-Saving Devices Are Actually Draining It. We created technology to help us save time and energy, but constant alerts, reminders, and notifications take us out of the present. Take a hard look at your relationship to technology and see where you can cut back.

19. Don’t Let Social Media Become a Tick I get it. Social media is a way to feel connected to your world and in the loop. But checking it can become a social tick that completely removes you from the world around you, and it’s time to break the habit.

20. Five Deep Breaths Can Help You Think More Clearly Set a timer for every 30 minutes. Whenever it pings, stop what you’re doing and take five deep breaths down to your lower abdomen.

21. Many Big Life Decisions Are Made Under Duress, Slow down and Stop Reacting If you think through your history of big decisions, you’ll realize how many you made when you were stressed and under the gun.

22. The Sun Isn’t Your Enemy We all need sunlight to trigger vitamin D synthesis and balance our neurotransmitters. Make a concerted effort to spend time in the sun to reap the benefits.

23. Give Yourself a Break Take a 5-minute break once every 25 minutes. Get up and stretch, or do some squats—whatever gets your blood flowing. Listen to your body and let it decompress. Practicing this throughout the day will keep your oxygen pumping to give you more energy.

24. Sleep is Crucial In today’s busy world, there’s less time to build recovery into your schedule. But sleeplessness makes us tired, weary, moody, less enthusiastic, and unfocused.

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