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#25 Q. SACRIFICE FOR WHAT MATTERS #365daysofsoulsearching

This is the another question of the 365 day challenge. After replying to these 365 question on soul-searching you would certainly come out decisive, confident, and much more hopeful with yourself than ever before. And, I will help you to know yourself more every single day for the next 365 days.


What does “soul-searching” accomplishes? Where do you end up with it? It is digging deep and focusing on oneself to lead a contended life. Because, soul-searching could create a visualization of your much achievable future by giving you an insight of what one is today, in the present.

“A situation does not attract any misfortune of life. It’s the way you perceive the solution does.” And, this is where “soul-searching” backs you with.


#25 question
How do you sacrifice your needs, time, or emotion to prioritize someone else’s needs?

Know! Your selfless traits.

“The best way for your sacrifices to be valued is to sacrifice for the right person.”

– Farheen Dhanjal


It is always your choice to help, back, support, and provide an easement to someone. Just like that when you spread yourself too thin to help someone you can’t blame anyone for your actions.

Spreading yourself too thin to provide comfort to someone is not a wise act. Not only because you suffer from the excess giving. Also, when you go beyond your giving limit you certainly start giving from the place of unwillingness which directly affects the intent of your bestowing. You need to stop sacrificing beyond the limit not only because it harms you mentally and physically. Also because it distresses your soul by reacting all the awful energies within you.

One of the most important things a highly effective person does is to say no over and over and over again. At any given moment you can literally do hundreds of different things. You have to sacrifice wisely in order to get down to the most essential items for you to live the life you want to live. In the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the word “artifact” is defined in one instance as “something characteristic of an individual.” Over the course of your lifetime you will collect artifacts that say something about you. What do you want them to say about you?


Each question would consist of 3 parts:
Part 1: QUESTION – It would determine the path of knowing you as an individual.

Part 2: KNOW – It would let you know what you learned about yourself.

Part 3: QUOTE – It would depict the righteous approach to the concept being asked in the question.


You just have to reply to Part 1, and just read, learn and reflect on Part 2 and 3.

Grab a pen & paper and start writing your reply. Remember! Nothing is tough when it comes to doing it for yourself. And, you just need to be truthful to yourself.

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Happy “soul-searching”



I am besides being a self-help writer and podcaster am a lawyer as well. I sense an intense inclination towards the power of words; their placing, usage moreover the power of interpretation they possess in law as well as philosophy. My writings are an outcome of great mind processing, notion understanding, and articulation skills as I write: – Concrete and straightforward, – Therapy and self-help, and – Professional and guidance.

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