The mind is "complex."
It keeps running until I die.
Writing a blog post about it is "incomplete."
Well, here it goes.
Now, I am thinking about writing whatever is at the top of my head.
To this day, I have negative thoughts in my head. They come and go.
Before, the mind would completely take over me.
For instance, if I had a bad day, I would scapegoat. I would use all my anger to everybody else near me. Then, I would completely shut myself down.
Another thought in my mind.
I never trusted my jump shot in basketball. I have confidence in it now. Before I would beat myself up, every time I missed a jump shot.
Now, I tell myself, "I am alive and breathing."
If it gets worst, I take 3 deep breaths. Every time my mind is all shaken up on something, I do that. (Find an alternative instead of worrying about the situation.)
Again, the mind has thoughts in my head.
I used to like social media attention, such as growing followers, getting likes, receiving comments, and etc.
Now, it is okay. I enjoy blogging, hiking, and traveling. If I ever get famous, that is a kudos. Most importantly, I enjoy what I do.
I have discovered my true-self.
The mind never ends until I die. It is being able to train the mind.
When I go "rock-bottom," the mind is fully tested. Mental-toughness comes in.
Label the emotion. (It is fine. We are human. We have feelings.) For example, I feel angry. "What can I do to make it work out?" I ask myself. I cannot control the outcome. I can only go with what I can control. Let it be. Be free.
Alright, I will end it here. Remember, the mind is "complex."