Be Careful Who Your “Friends” Are…

Peace be upon you, beautiful human being!

Did you know? When you put an embryonic stem cell (taken from a baby in it’s mama’s belly!) in a culture (aka environment) that’s full of cancer cells, it transforms into one, too?

Or when you put that stem cell in a culture of heart cells (myocytes), it becomes one of them too?!

It’s pretty amazing what studying the world around us reveals to us about ourselves.

The most important change you can make in your entire life is to change your environment…if you want to become a super-cell, you have to surround yourself with super-cells! Obviously 8)

Super-self…super-cells…hehehe.

Take a look at who you hang out with. Are they helping you move towards your dreams or holding you back?

This is your sign to let them go if they are not helping you on the right path.

At the highest level of psychology, reality is simply a projection of what’s going on in your heart.

When’s the last time you decluttered your room? Is the bed made? Does it smell really good and make you want to come back?

Just like you would not want to breathe in polluted air, or live in a dumpster, you have to take care of your emotional and spiritual well-being, too. You absorb the energy of your friends…of the atmosphere you are in.

Also, this is PSA to spread kindness wherever you go. Maybe you are that super-cell. However, you will never find someone at the top 1% spending time with people that have no vision. They just can’t connect.

Make the most important decision of your life today. Leave those fake friends behind. Become friends with those you want to be like. Watch how your life changes for the better before your very eyes!

To your better self & your ever-so-bright future!

With love x gratitude,

Just Mishi

Published by Mishi

I am just your average twenty-something ordinary human girl, in continuous pursuit of a better-me, everyday. Researching, writing poetry and journaling have been hobbies of mine for as long as I can remember. So, I thought if I could help even one person with these reflections, why not share it on a blog?! #SocialMedia4Good And that's how these chit-chat sessions began, ladies and gentlemen...

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