When we constantly look outside ourselves for happiness we become shadows of what we truly are: unfulfilled hollowed spirits with no real sense of purpose, desperately in search of an ever-elusive happiness.
Nature quite simply has a way of making all of that chaotic energy melt away when we begin to embrace, reconnect and appreciate the peaceful and healing qualities to be found there.
When Kylen learned her four-legged soulmate Aries was terminally ill, she knew the loss would be devastating. What she didn’t expect was Aries’ final gift.
As the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games open in Vancouver, Life As A Human is proud to feature athlete Aimee Mullins’ talk at TED about embracing adversity. American Aimee Mullins is a record-breaking Paralympic athlete (breaking sprinting records in 1996) who was born without fibular bones. As a result both her legs were amputated below the […]
Impulse for change is our intuition telling us that we want more from our lives. However, impulses are fleeting by nature and thus do not last. Without seizing the opportunity when it arises, our natural tendency is to let these impulses fade and keep our old patterns alive despite our desire for change.
When life throws you an unexpected obstacle that forces you to rethink your entire life, it can definitely leave you feeling at a loss and potentially depressed. Depending on how you choose to look at the situation, it can be a devastating, life-altering problem or an amazing opportunity for growth.
Being alone on Valentine’s doesn’t mean you have to be lonely. Kylen O. Lefave reveals ways you can feel the love, by giving love to an important person — you!
Believe it or not, Elizabeth Gilbert was a name surprisingly unfamiliar to me. Prior to having seen her inspiring video on creative genius last year, I had only ever heard about this author’s “freakishly” successful non-fiction book Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia. The book was a prominent […]
For most of my life I had been consumed by negative thinking. This was part of who I was … or rather, who I believed myself to be.
I began my test by simply smiling and saying hello to strangers…No matter how uncomfortable it felt to put my shy little self out there, I would do it anyway.