We believe that we are all creators of our own realities.
Everything is possible and impossible at the same time.
If we change our perceptions, the world around us will change.
In this podcast, we examine everyday life situations using a practice of honest self-reflection, clear communication and optimistic realism.
Our goal is not to tell you what to do as we cannot claim to know the solution to every problem.
We can only demonstrate our approach to living and express what we believe.
Hosted by Daria Hackenberg and Hollis P Monroe.
"Looking at a beautiful woman is like looking at the sunset." Hollis P. Monroe.
In this episode: we share our views on how a man feels when he looks at an attractive woman and why it is so fascinating. As well, we discuss what it feels like for a woman when she meets an attractive man.
We talk about whether this "first" impression can be preserved and how long it might last...
Would you consider yourself a lazy person? At times, do you feel as though you have no energy to accomplish the day’s tasks or even the inspiration to get out of bed in the morning? Do you get down on yourself because of this lack of enthusiasm?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this episode is for you!
We will question the preconception of laziness and even challenge its actual existence...
As children, we are in a rush to grow up, but once we reach adulthood, we very often regret that we didn’t fully appreciate our fleeting youth
We do indeed grow up but at some point we recognize that we are also starting to grow old. The body looses the strength, speed and resilience it once had as the first wrinkles appear and the gray hair splashes. Most of us fear of aging...
In this episode, we examine a letter from a person who seeking advice from relationship philosopher and YouTuber, Alexander Grace.
In short. he was asking for guidance on what he should do about his seemingly one-sided relationship. And although it was posted over 8 months ago, in our opinion, this topic will always be relevant to many and therefore still worth exploring...