Guest Post: Falling Out Of Love With Doing What You Love

MiddleMe

They say if you do something you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.

Sorry, but that just can’t be true. Because even if you get employed with your dream job, it’s still a job. There are still days where you’re going to want to sleep in or play hooky and can’t because you have to work. You may love your job, but it’s not always rainbows and butterflies.

Sometimes we like our jobs, but then other times we fall out of love with it. We get tired of monotony or we just lose our spark or we’re not doing as well as we used to. It gets to us. It takes away the love and we forget all the reasons we jumped into the position in the first place.

It’s okay to not always be 10000% thrilled with your occupation. It’s okay to go home and…

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F/Lt František Truhlář suffered severe burns during WW2.

Aviation Trails

A documentary about a very brave young man who fought for his country and was then rejected by the very same people he fought for.

Video biography of F/Lt František Truhlář who was to suffer sever burns in two separate aircraft crashes during WW2. The first when he was an air-gunner with 311 Sqn when Wellington N2771 crashed at Bentley Priory 16 October 1940. His extensive burns caused him to become one of two Czechoslovak RAF airmen who required plastic […]

via Frantisek Truhlar — Free Czechoslovak Air Force

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To break patterns

Annas Art - FärgaregårdsAnna

This painting is for me about breaking patterns. Do you have that expression in your language? In Swedish break patterns is “bryta mönster”.

By that we mean break old and maybe even bad habits.
You have probably felt stuck in old habits sometime, or felt anxious about doing something else than you usually do. I think you know what I’m referring to.

But what if we all one day should wake up and crash that old boring and locked pattern. What if we all wake up and open our eyes and see our need for nature instead of that pieces of paper we call money.

How would we change our thinking then? What if we all realized it’s not that piece of paper that’s gonna save us from huge climate changes. What if we could see it’s the trees that provides us with the material to the money that will…

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