Silence your ego.
Seems too complicated but indeed simple and true. Often, our false mind or ego leads us to destructive thoughts and actions. It is that little voice inside that pushes us to worry and even suffer. Ego simply locks us in our own little world.
This was the same difficulty Doctor Strange faced when he lost the use of his hands in a car accident. He traveled to Tibet in search of the mysterious temple of Kamar-Taj. At the start, he only had some selfish purposes. He wanted his hnds to function fully again. Eventually, though, together with a lot of intense fight scenes, our once egoistic surgeon faced some real character development. In the end, he immersed as a more compassionate individual and forgiving to himself as well.
#FreeTheJoy Nuffnang Contest
This is just one of the many learnings from watching “Doctor Strange” last Thursday. Momi Berlin was among the many lucky ones who got an invite from Nuffnang to watch this 2016 American superhero film. She won this exclusive screening perk after blogging about Cadbury Dairy Milk’s limited edition Christmas flavors. Together with husband, they headed to Shang Cineplex in Mandaluyong. And after the movie screening, they were even treated with big bars of the Limited Edition Cadbury Dairy Milk Christmas Flavors. Yey! Such a delightful pasalubong to their three boys who volunteered to look after their one-year-old brother so the dad and mom could have a date.