Jul 012015

summer therapy is called holidays

Humans have a tendency to accumulate. We accumulate things, knowledge, money, affection, belongings, experiences … and also fatigue. When summer comes, the end of the school year, we have on our backs many hours of work, conflicts, and efforts to solve several problems. oh dear! Often we ignore our needs and our limits. We can’t cope with our lives. Perhaps it is then when holidays can offer more than just a break. They can be our self-therapy, the time we need to connect with ourselves, to realize how we take care (or neglect) ourselves, time to become aware of whether our life is the life we want. And so, be able to decide to act with us, taking responsibility for what we live, giving value and space to all what really makes us rejoice to be alive.


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