Make Your Life Better!

Question by Dirty Parsnips: So sciences and education are evil tools that the devil uses to mislead people?
How exactly is education an evil tool used to mislead people. Just curious. I could quote some fundies here, but we have all seen this hype before.

Best answer:

Answer by Winston
I can think of a few reasons church leaders would want their subjects to remain uneducated.

What do you think? Answer below!

Self Improvement Tools

Making self improvement a part of your everyday life could be one of the best decisions you can make for yourself. When you grow as a person, you are at your happiest. Think about it. When you get a promotion, how do you feel? When you hit your target weight, how do you feel? When your relationship gets stronger, how do you feel? When you know you made a difference, how do you feel?

In life, you are either growing or you are dying. Why is it that when people have a birthday with a zero in the end of it, most of them see it as a lot more significant than most other birthdays? It is because they measure their life in terms of those numbers. When some people hit 30 for example, they will sort of freak out because they had certain goals they set when they were 20 but they are no where close to achieving them. For others, it’s when they hit 40, also known as the mid-life crisis.

You see, not many things will feel worse internally than knowing that your life hasn’t really gotten any better than it was 10 years ago, or 5 years ago, or even 1 year ago.

This is why you must dedicate your life to personal growth. When you are constantly improving all areas of your life, you grow as a person. You become more mature in terms of knowing and having what you truly want in life. Self improvement isn’t about being weak or seeking help because something is wrong with you. It’s quite the opposite actual. It’s about taking control of your life, your personal power, and making it the way you want. Statistics show that only a small percentage of people will read more than a book a year after they graduate from school. This is such a shame. There is so much one can learn and improve upon.

So what tools are available if you want to improve yourself? There are books of course.

What better way to learn how to improve an aspect of your life than to read the strategies of people who have mastered it? Another tools is watching videos or attending seminars. If you drive a lot, one great tool is audio programs. Many successful people recommend to use your driving time to learn by simply listening to an audio CD instead of music. If you have a library card, you can get most of this stuff for free. There really isn’t a reason why you shouldn’t make self improvement a part of your life.

Kelly T. contributes to a motivational website that provides tools and resources such as self improvement articles, quotes, songs, posters, motivational videos, and much more to help people achieve their goals.

DISCLAIMER: My series on mental health recovery. I am NOT a mental health professional. Any concerns you have MUST been seen by a psychiatrist or doctor. This is just a handy guide geared towards recovery and remaining stable and is COMPLIMENTARY to the work you do with your doctors. Not INSTEAD of the work you do with your doctors. I cannot offer advice or treatment. This series documents my own journey with an action plan given to me by the NHS…I simply thought I would share my journey with others so that you too could benefit from a recovery programme for free. I am not making any claims to be a therapist and any information provided in this series I will consult the correct professionals who are qualified. I just want to make it clear that this is not a guide to treatment or advocating abandonment of medication. In fact I encourage medication and treatment, instead the series will look at a variety of tools that can be used to promote a better way of being, and hopefully to help us remain stable. I do not work for the NHS and therefore am not qualified to advise you on anything. This is purely my own thoughts on recovery based on a action pack from the NHS. I hope you will find the series helpful. Thanks for reading.
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