Some people are born with innate skills, a predisposition, for the career path they are to eventually take. Others have to toil a little harder, to put in more work in order to develop skill in the direction they wish to go.
Wherever you fall on the continuum one thing is certain - everyone can, and needs to practice, in some shape or form, if they want to move forward and evolve in their line of work.
Known skills can always be polished further.
New ones adopted into your routine.
The potential for growth is always there, no matter who and where you are.
All members of the capsicum genus (from bell to habanero) are rich in the vitamins C and A, and the mineral silica, making them great for improving skin elasticity and shine. What makes the Scotch Bonnet stand out in particular though is its exceptionally high heat (Scoville) rating. Clocking in with between 100,000–400,000 Scoville heat units (SHU), the Scotch Bonnet adds a formidable punch to your meals.
Try them chopped fresh into guacamole or even in sweet desserts with chocolate, their fruity bite works well in both sweet and savoury domains alike.
If you have had the pleasure of being around me in person over the past half year to a year ;) you may have equated me with a zombie who has had his face constantly in the computer, with little to no time for anything or anyone else.
The explanation for this, aside from my general usual enjoyment of isolation from people ha ha, is I have been working pretty intensely on some new projects which are finally starting to come to fruition and hopefully, will be seeing the light of day soon if all goes to plan.
I won't reveal too much at the moment as things are still taking shape, other than that they involve the coming together of some interesting worlds and philosophies (one being chocolate and nutrition) which when combined together have the potential to create some pretty radical change and transformation.
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Finally, and most importantly, I apologise for not showing up as fully as I could in supporting you in your life recently, and probably in general. I am recommitting and striving (again lol) to being better and improving at this. There is a definite big chink in my armor here.
Courage is not the absence of fear, says Osho. It is, rather, the total presence of fear, with the courage to face it. This book provides a bird's-eye view of the whole terrain-where fears originate, how to understand them, and how to find the courage to face them. In the process, Osho proposes that whenever we are faced with uncertainty and change in our lives, it is actually a cause for celebration. Instead of trying to hang on to the familiar and the known, we can learn to enjoy these situations as opportunities for adventure and for deepening our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
"The word courage is very interesting. It comes from a Latin root cor, which means heart. So to be courageous means to live with the heart. And weaklings, only weaklings, live with the head; afraid, they create a security of logic around themselves. Fearful they close every window and door - with theology, concepts, words, theories - and inside those closed doors and windows, they hide. The way of the heart is the way of courage. It is to live in insecurity; it is to live in love, and trust; it is to move in the unknown. It is leaving the past and allowing the future to be. Courage is to move on dangerous paths. Life is dangerous, and only cowards can avoid the danger - but then they are already dead. A person who is alive, really alive, vitally alive, will always move into the unknown. There is danger there, but they will take the risk."
-excerpt from 'Courage The Joy Of Living Dangerously' by Osho